Three students will get the chance to watch the first uncrewed Artemis mission launch to the moon after winning an essay contest about their visions for lunar exploration.
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The Ingenuity team is preparing the little chopper for its sixth Red Planet flight, which is expected to take place in the next week.
A strange consequence of Lynn Rothschild's current research is that she ends up snapping photos of the more exotic mushroom offerings she encounters in the grocery store's produce aisle.
"Clyde's Spot," a feature discovered on Jupiter in 2020, has a strange new look, NASA's Juno spacecraft reveals.
It appears that China will be one of the first challenges for NASA's new leaders.
Four private astronauts have been training for Inspiration4, the first-ever crewed space mission without any "professional astronauts" on board.
Halfway through a series of opportunistic Venus observations, scientists say that a NASA sun spacecraft's success studying our strange neighbor will pave the way for future measurements.
New NASA administrator and long-time politician Bill Nelson addressed concerns about China and NASA's Artemis moon program at his first Congressional hearing as agency head Wednesday (May 19).
The original headset used by NASA's first flight director has been given the "go" for auction. The Western Electric headset worn by Christopher C. Kraft in Mercury Mission Control is among the items being offered by Heritage Auctions on behalf of his estate.
Bacterial compounds could provide antimicrobial protection in undergarments shared by astronauts during spacewalks.
China is preparing to launch a rocket carrying supplies for its new space station just days after landing a rover on Mars, as it hustles ahead with its extraterrestrial ambitions. The latest cargo launch will come just days after China landed its Zhurong rover on Mars, becoming only the third nation to successfully land a craft on the red planet.
A suborbital launch created violet and green lights in the sky this weekend in a larger effort to understand spaceborne energy transport.
Discovery Channel's 'Who Wants To Be An Astronaut' will launch a contest winner into orbit with Axiom Space
The Discovery Channel has teamed up with Axiom Space to launch a contest winner into orbit in a competition series "Who Wants To Be An Astronaut."
Rocket Lab is diving into two big jobs, one of which is much more pleasant than the other.
A small NASA sounding rocket will launch Sunday night (May 16), creating a brief, colorful light show over the U.S. East Coast. Here's how to watch.