SpaceX and NASA will get two chances this weekend for historic launch.
Scientists reported Monday that the seismometer from the InSight spacecraft has detected scores of marsquakes.
After years of waiting, Virgin Galactic is close to flying tourists to the edge of space.
On a spit of Texas land past the Border Patrol checkpoint, where the Rio Grande meets the Gulf of Mexico, there is a spaceship being assembled off State Highway 4 just before it dead ends into the sea.
The Air Force X-37B is classified, but analysts have speculated its development heralds big advancements for reconnaissance satellites.
When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped out of the capsule and stepped foot on the moon, it shaped the careers and lives of two Texas A&am…
Luna 15 plummeted toward the moon on July 21, crashed into a mountain and cratered near the aptly named Sea of Crises — all before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin even left the surface.
Space agency had vision, genius and dash, but a strategy of incremental progress won the race.
A successful test of Orion's emergency abort system is a crucial step in the plan to ferry astronauts to the lunar surface by 2024.
HOUSTON — In recent months, NASA has explored the smallest object ever orbited and the most distant body ever encountered — and found that both worlds are weirder than anyone could have imagined.
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. - The Securities and Exchange Commission is all over him. The Air Force inspector general is auditing his launch certifications. And even NASA, one of his most ardent supporters, is reviewing the safety culture at SpaceX after Elon Musk smoked a joint on a podcast.
Rolling up to the crater's edge, the Opportunity rover took in a landscape unlike anything any Earthling had ever seen. A vast, meteorite-blasted expanse of volcanic rock and iron oxide extended for 15 miles, ringed by rugged mountains under a dusky orange sky. In months to come, the enterprising robot would uncover signs that warm, liquid water had altered these ancient rocks - evidence that the conditions for life once existed on Mars.
Astronauts, tourists and tiny rockets are poised for liftoff in 2019.
The pioneering landing demonstrates China's growing ambitions as a space power.
No human being had ever been beyond low Earth orbit when Frank Borman, James Lovell, Jr., and Bill Anders blasted off on Dec. 21, 1968.
OSIRIS-REx faces a whole new kind of challenge: exploring the smallest object ever orbited by a spacecraft.
For the first time since the Apollo era, NASA aims to land a spacecraft on the moon. But this one will developed by a private company.
The interminable stretch from the moment a spacecraft hits the Martian atmosphere to the second it touches down on the Red Planet's rusty surface is what scientists call "the seven minutes of terror."
Scientists have been puzzling over the cigar-shaped comet, dubbed ‘Oumuamua after the Hawaiian word for “messenger,” since it was first spotted swooping past the planets at an odd angle.
They was the first movements made by any human-made spacecraft across the surface of an asteroid.