This mission will be the second of three Mars living simulations Crew Health and Performance Exploration Analog, or CHAPEA.
SpaceX launched Intuitive Machines' Odysseus lunar lander on Thursday. The U.S. hasn't returned to the moon's surface in more than 50 years. Here’s when the touchdown attempt is planned.
There’s no risk of it hitting our planet since it will pass seven times the distance from Earth to the moon.
On this day in history, Jan. 28, 1986, the space shuttle Challenger — scheduled for a routine launch from Cape Canaveral in Florida — exploded after just 73 seconds in flight, killing all seven Americans on board.
The image of MACS0416 was produced using observations from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope and Hubble Space Telescope.
This new free app allows you to monitor the space station wherever you are.
NASA officials said they are targeting an April launch for Starliner, to "better accommodate upcoming crew rotations and cargo resupply missions this spring."
Axiom Space revealed prototypes of the AxEMU spacesuits earlier this year. Now, Prada engineers will join the team working throughout the design process on the Artemis III spacesuits.
NASA's report on UAPs — short for unexplained anomalous phenomena — has been in the works for more than a year.
NASA astronaut Frank Rubio now holds the record for the longest U.S. spaceflight. Rubio surpassed the U.S. record of 355 days on Monday at the International Space Station.
NASA has shared this week the first images from TEMPO, the agency’s first space-based instrument designed to continuously measure air quality over North America, and do so with the resolution of a few square miles.
A NASA spacecraft around the moon has found the likely crash site of Russia's lost lunar lander.
Last year, nearly 2000 tree seeds traveled to the moon and back to Earth aboard the Artemis I, Orion space capsule.
Boeing officials say corrective measures and testing will be complete by next year, but that does not mean the Starliner will launch then.
The new service is part of several upgrades for the space agency's digital platforms.
Flight controllers accidentally sent a wrong command nearly two weeks ago that tilted the spacecraft’s antenna away from Earth and severed contact.
“After more than 11 years of designing and developing Euclid, it’s exhilarating and enormously emotional to see these first images," said Euclid Project Manager Giuseppe Racca of the European Space Agency.
The findings stem from a nine-year survey known as the Microlensing Observations in Astrophysics, and according to researchers, they have already identified at least one planet that is roughly the size of Earth.
The arrival of the new vehicles furthers NASA's goal of returning astronauts to the moon under the Artemis program paving the way for more missions to space.
Globular clusters such as the one captured by the Hubble Space Telescope can contain hundreds of thousands of stars.