In space, no one can hear your sabres rattling
(WASHINGTON) — NASA is plotting a daring robotic mission to Jupiter's watery moon Europa, a place where astronomers speculate there might be life. The space...
In a galaxy far, far away
Up, up and away
The Orion crew vehicle is set to fly in the fall. Is this the start of an American resurgence in space?
Scientists analyzing images from the Mars Opportunity Rover are flummoxed after a rock mysteriously appeared in the rover's field of vision last week.
Though it won’t come near Earth for at least a century
Congress ordered the space agency to complete a $350 million structure that may never be used
Orbital Science Corp.'s delivers 2,780 pounds of astronaut supplies
Move will maximize station's usefulness, NASA says, and boost fledgling commercial space industry
NASA has been communicating with astronauts and spacecraft via the Deep Space Network for over 50 years.
Singer’s new song “XO” includes the recorded words “major malfunction” taken from the 1986 space shuttle disaster
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — NASA officials say the 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger accident "should never be trivialized" in response to a new song from Beyonce that...
U.S. astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Michael Hopkins are making a rare Christmas Eve spacewalk to fix vital cooling systems on the International Space Station. ...
A malfunctioning pump has halted research and left the International Space Station vulnerable
Problems in the sky and on the ground are not necessarily signs that NASA is blundering again
After cooling system breaks down
The asteroid-hunter could be responsible for saving the entire planet
But that's no indication of alien life
The Planetary Science Program is facing steep budget cuts in 2014