It’s been nearly nine years since astronauts blasted into space from American soil. Thanks to Mother Nature, it will be at least three more days.
It will be the first astronaut launch from Florida since Atlantis closed out the space shuttle program in 2011, and the first American-made capsule to carry people into orbit since the Apollo-Soyuz mission in 1975.
It will also mark the first attempt by a private company to send astronauts into orbit. Only governments — Russia, the U.S., and China — have done that.
Astronomers say the sun goes through a period about every 11 years in which sunspots fade away, bringing a period of relative calm, known as a solar minimum.
It’s the first official flag of a new U.S. military service to be unveiled in 72 years.
The new military branch was formed in December 2019.
The last supermoon of 2020 will be visible on May 7.
Blue Origin, Dynetics, and SpaceX have been selected to design and develop human landers to take the first woman and the next man to the moon by 2024.
The mile-long asteroid will safely pass by Earth, the space agency said.
After almost nine years, astronauts may soon blast off from American soil once again.
Stargazers are in for a special treat this week with the rare opportunity of basking in the glory of an astronomical alignment eons in the making as the moon lines up with Saturn, Mars and Jupiter.
NASA said the “Super Pink Moon” will be full at 10:35 p.m. EDT on April 7.
Entertainment options are slim, but luckily for parents, some area attractions are coming to the rescue.
The astronaut flew to the moon in 1971 and appeared on episodes of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."
Perseverance — that's officially the new name of NASA's next Mars rover!
Virginia-based Space Adventures wants space travel to be a common occurrence.
There are concerns that the efforts to bring high-speed internet access to all parts of the world are coming at a price. SpaceX launched 60 satellites Monday as part of its Starlink project.
If weather permits, you may be able to see a rare celestial event with your unaided eye before sunrise on Tuesday, February 18, 2020. That's when Earth, the Moon, and Mars will all be in alignment, and you'll be able to watch Mars "go behind" the Moon.
Calling all space lovers - NASA is hiring for its class of Artemis Genesis astronauts.
Michigan native turned Galveston transplant Christina Koch has completed the longest mission ever by a woman, for a single space flight.