NASA Won't Say If or When Private Citizens Can Visit the Space Station
Commercial modules are coming, but who will occupy them?
Watch Blue Origin Crash a Rocket In the Name of Safety
This test is a key step on the path to putting people in space.
How a Solo Cup and an Air Filter Became an Asteroid Collection Tool
Channeling his inner MacGyver, one engineer developed the innovative tool the OSIRIS-REx mission relies on.
Chernobyl Microbes Are Heading to the International Space Station
Studying the effects of microgravity on these fungi may lead to new radiation therapies.
Watch as NASA Tests the Rocket Motor that Could Take Us to Mars
Scientists will test the motor that will power the Space Launch System rocket booster.
Check Out These Images of Jupiter’s Glowing Cloud Layers
The new images give us a sneak peek at what Juno will witness as it orbits the gas giant.
Why Blue Origin Plans to Crash-Land Its Reusable Rocket
The vehicle will land with one bum parachute to test its safety systems.
Is the Universe Expanding Faster Than We Thought?
Hubble Data Provides New Insight.
NASA Spies Churning Waves of Ammonia in Jupiter’s Atmosphere
Astronomers peek below the clouds to produce the most detailed map yet.
Watch NASA Try to Inflate Its Expandable Space Module Again Today
Will the second time be a charm?