3 hrs ago | Space Ref
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity used its front left Hazard-Avoidance Camera for this image of the rover's arm over the drilling target "Cumberland" during the 275th Martian day, or sol, of the rover's work on Mars .
7 hrs ago | Houston Press
We're a long ways off from the days when JFK told the nation that the United States would put a man on the moon, and in recent years, what with the Great Recession, space exploration seems to have taken a backseat.
10 hrs ago | Freshnews
NASA Television will provide extensive coverage of the launch and docking of the next crew members who will fly to the International Space Station on Tuesday, May 28.
The much-anticipated incoming Comet ISON, which some scientists hope will become the "comet of the century" later this year, may not be visible to the naked eye yet, but you don't have to wait months to see this icy wanderer.
An asteroid as long across as the Golden Gate Bridge will be making a relatively near pass by Earth on May 31 - thankfully, staying far away enough not to be worrisome.
A meteoroid struck the surface of the moon recently, causing an explosion that was visible on Earth without the aid of a telescope, NASA reported Friday.
Recently my mom found a deal on a NASA Space Shuttle kite and snagged it up for the grand kids to enjoy.
Swinging around the Sun's eastern limb last Monday was a group of sunspots labeled active region AR1748.
And electric engines could turn out to be a key element in NASA's goal of sending people to Mars, experts say.
A nice look at the surface of Rhea, the second largest moon of Saturn. Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute Sorry to see this the last targeted flyby of Rhea.
Florida teen Kiera Wilmot , 16, deserved some good news after being the target of a racist legal system, arrested and expelled for causing a small explosion during a science experiment.
Image Caption: Pascal Lee and Sgt Andre Pearson conduct "small body" geological sampling in simulated spacesuits while anchored and tethered on a steep boulder slope at Asteroid Hill, National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California.
Compared with the newest quantum computer from D-Wave Systems of Burnaby, British Columbia, even the world's most powerful supercomputers are ploddingly slow, The New York Times reports.
Charles Bolden, NASA's chief and a self-described dreamer, says there is a line between dreams and reality when it comes to what the space agency can do, especially in light of current budget constraints.
That was the farthest total distance for any NASA vehicle driving on a world other than Earth until yesterday.
An artist illustration of a meteor impacting the moon and resulting in an explosion that can be visible from Earth skies.