The launch will take place Monday at the Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. United Launch Alliance is targeting 2:11 p.m. EST for liftoff.
The Space Force unveiled a new prototype uniform this week — which immediately drew comparisons to the uniforms worn by officers in the 2000s TV series “Battlestar Galactica.”
The first private, all-civilian crew to go into orbit is back home on Earth.
Weightless flips and a ukulele performance were among the highlights of a live video feed from the first all-private astronaut crew as they orbited Earth on Friday.
Whether you call them civilians, amateurs, tourists, or astronauts, four private citizens – strangers to each other and the public a year ago – have now joined an exclusive club, looking down at Earth from orbit.
NASA released stunning video of a lightning storm over the Midwest recorded by the International Space Station.
"Can you find Miami, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, Atlanta?"
Satellite images taken in the days after the 9/11 attacks reveal the sobering impact on all three sites.
Inspiration4 will blast off Sept. 15 from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Alright, future astronauts, NASA has a challenge for you.
SpaceX has launched another Falcon 9 rocket into orbit carrying a Dragon cargo capsule on a resupply mission to the International Space Station.
Jupiter reaches its biggest and brightest point in the night sky tonight. Here’s how to view the gas giant.
SpaceX boss Elon Musk tweeted Starlink will land humans on the moon "probably sooner" than 2024.
NASA warns that the next Perseid meteor shower may not be visible until 2024. The agency expects the sky in 2022 and 2023 will not be ideal during the Perseids’ peak.
A European-Japanese spacecraft snapped 89 images of Venus in a close flyby on its way to Mercury.
Scientists have fine-tuned the path of the asteroid Bennu and say the odds of it smacking into Earth are higher than previously thought but still quite low.
The mission will try to stimulate problems that astronauts might encounter getting to and living on the Red Planet.
The launch of a United Launch Alliance rocket carrying Boeing's Starliner capsule has met another setback.
A failed mission to the International Space Station in 2019 created a lot of disappointment for Boeing. Almost two years later, their Starliner space capsule is getting ready for a do-over in space for their un-crewed mission this Friday.
To celebrate the snack’s first trip out of the Earth’s atmosphere, Mars Wrigley is releasing a special edition Skittles pack. The candy will come in a special packaging to look similar to the food astronauts eat.