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Venus and Jupiter, the two brightest planets in the sky this month, will be joined by tiny Mercury for a rare celestial show this weekend.
Someday astronauts will find themselves deep in outer space, in need of spare spacecraft parts on an inhospitable place like Mars.
There's a Clay County traffic alert that commuters will need to be aware of Friday morning.
When this image of the Ring Nebula was captured in 1998, it was the sharpest view yet of the famous nebula.
The orbital camera on the GOES-13 satellite imaged the movement of the supercell thunderstorm that erupted Monday afternoon in the south-central United States and as they developed into the Moore, Okla.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden visits the National Center for Advanced Manufacturing Rapid Prototyping Facility at the Marshall Space Flight Center to view some of the cutting-edge technology being used to create parts for the engines of the Space Launch System .
Forget Little Caesar's Hot and Ready, in the future you'll be able to print your own pizza at home.
I love everything to do with space and space travel. I remember the hairs standing up on the back of my neck when I watched the first men land on the moon in 1969 .
When a deadly tornado tore through the central Oklahoma city of Moore, many survivors emerged from their storm shelters to see their homes blown away.
Maureen Clemmons, "Aunt Mo" with her telescope in Reseda. Clemmons regularly pulls out her telescope for neighborhood kids to look at the sky with.
The Pentagon on Thursday told Congress that a recent restructuring of its heavy rocket launch program to add 60 more launches and extend the schedule for a decade would more than double the program's projected cost to $70.7 billion.
Air Force pilot Scott Powell returned home three weeks early from a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan, surprising his children at school.
Human exploration of deep space is looking more and more like a tag-team affair, with NASA jetting off to asteroids and Mars while the private sector sets up shop on the moon.