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Because of anticipated delays in spacesuit development, it is "not feasible" for NASA to land humans on the moon by the agency's hopeful deadline of 2024, a report has found.
NASA's sun-grazing spacecraft is making its ninth daring dive past our neighborhood star in a continuing quest to puzzle out secrets of how the sun works.
NASA has approved the Near-Earth Object Surveyor space telescope to move into "preliminary design," its next phase of development on the road to a planned liftoff in 2026.
Russia's space chief is threatening to leave the International Space Station program in 2025 unless the United States lifts sanctions against the Russian space sector.
NASA will land the first person of color in addition to the first woman on the moon with the Artemis program, NASA's Acting Administrator Steve Jurczyk revealed today (April 9).
NASA conducted its second major test of its powerful new moon rocket, the Space Launch System, and it was mostly a success.
Two of the world's most powerful spacefaring nations are teaming up for their most ambitious project yet: a Chinese-Russian research station on the moon.
Tackling the climate crisis is one of President Joe Biden's top priorities, and NASA has created a new role to match.
Space.com caught up with NASA Planetary Defense Officer Lindley Johnson to discuss recent events and what's on the planetary-defense agenda in the coming year.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon capsule launched its first operational space taxi flight for NASA Sunday (Nov. 15).
We're likely just days away from the first fully-crewed SpaceX launch, after SpaceX fixed engine problems that cropped up in October.
Artificial intelligence transformed NASA footage of Apollo missions to the moon, making decades-old events look like they were shot on high-definition video.
A robotic Cygnus spacecraft successfully blasted off from Virginia today (Oct. 1) carrying nearly 4 tons of gear, including a new space toilet, to the International Space Station.
A long-retired NASA satellite burned up in Earth's atmosphere over the weekend, the agency has confirmed.
NASA will discontinue the use of certain nicknames for astronomical objects that are considered to be racist, the space agency said Aug. 5.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter Wednesday (Aug. 5) to announce that he brought NASA back from being "Closed & Dead."
This proposed mesh telescope would let us gaze out into the dark cosmos, unhindered by our planet's atmosphere and radio interferences.