While many nations are sending technology and now people into space, none appear to be anywhere close to America's capability to get people to the moon.
There's a lot to be frightened of in the great infinite nothingness of outer space.
NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine confirmed that Cruise is working on a project that would involve the International Space Station.
The Russian Foreign Ministry chastised the U.S. State Department after failing to mention Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin in a Facebook post Sunday marking April 12 as the International Day of Human Space Flight.
When the U.S. Space Force revealed what their uniforms would look like on Twitter, the internet roasted them for using camouflage uniforms.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz doubled down on his calls for a U.S. Space Force to take on extraterrestrial pirates and existential threats.
This is the second time Trump has publicly said he wants to develop a U.S. space force.
Christa McAuliffe was planning to film lessons aboard the Challenger for classrooms all over the country to use.
Despite the backlash, Rocket Lab may do it again.
"Whatever this object is, I think there's a good chance it may not be a meteor at all."
By 2040, the population may reach 100.
Users can now explore the ISS in a 360-degree view, courtesy of an astronaut at the European Space Agency.
"Finding a star can at times be harder than finding a planet."
"We will return our nation to the moon, we will go to Mars and we will still go further to places that our children's children can only imagine."
Life on one planet could easily spread to another, according to the numbers.
The International Space Station is going through one of the busiest times in its traffic history.
Hidden volcanoes and greenhouse gases mean if you were standing on the Venusian surface it would be like swimming 1,000 metres below sea level—if the ocean was scorching hot.