NASA Needs 'Multi-generational Commitment' for Space Mission DEI: Report
Changes are needed at NASA now to impact proposed space missions decades in the future, researchers said of their Wednesday report.
NASA Set to Launch $981M Lucy Mission, First of Asteroid-Bound Spacecraft
The Lucy mission will be the first spacecraft to visit a group of asteroids around Jupiter known as "the Trojans."
Astronaut Blood, Sweat, Tears, Urine Could Be Used To Build Mars Homes
The new space-age building material that could be used for colonization of the Moon and Mars is based on a concept that is "literally blood-curdling."
India's Space Agency Loses Contact With Chandrayaan-2 During Moon Mission
"Since the launch of Chandrayaan-2 on July 22, 2019, not only India but the whole world watched its progress from one phase to the next with great expectations and excitement," India's Space Research Organisation (ISRO) wrote in a statement Saturday.
ISS Astronaut Tim Peake to Control Robot on Earth
The British astronaut will run an Earth-bound rover from the International Space Station.
Schools Take Part in British Astronaut's Experiment
Schoolchildren grow seeds as part of the British astronaut's project.
Calling All Aspiring Astronauts: NASA Is Recruiting
The next class of astronauts could head to the ISS, fly on NASA's Orion or embark on a commercial crew spacecraft.
NASA Mission to Jupiter's Moon Edges Closer
With Obama proposing a $18.5 billion budget for the space agency, a mission to Europa is edging closer.
SpaceX Mission Canceled One Minute Before Takeoff
The rocket was meant to bring crucial supplies to astronauts at the International Space Station.
European Space Probe Safely on Comet's Surface
"Philae," the probe launched by the Rosetta Mission Wednesday made history when it landed on the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.