Ever wanted to own an American flag that flew to the Moon? Now you can, thanks to a law passed by Congress enabling the sale of space memorabilia.
Through innovative imaging technology, NASA scientists are able to take a 3D look at parts of the Moon's surface that has remained in darkness for 2 billion years.
With their budget growing ever smaller, NASA announced March 22 their decision to eliminate public outreach and education programs until further notice.
Researchers at Georgia Tech are pioneering an area of science that may one day become a field of its own.
Jeff Bezos oversaw a team led by Rory Golden in order to uncover the engines used in Apollo 11's takeoff.
The FBI recently arrested a NASA employee suspected of smuggling confidential military secrets and rocket technology into China.
NASA is not keeping up with congressional expectations to monitor the skies but help may be coming from other sources.
Despite several technical failures, Curiosity continues to find more evidence of water on Mars.
SpaceX's second cargo flight to the International Space Station (ISS) will be launched Friday at 10.10 a.m. EST.
Curiosity has ingested portions of the first sample of gray rock powder collected from the interior of a Martian rock.
Antares rocket, developed by Orbital Sciences, has successfully passed an engine test at the country's newest launch pad.
NASA is planning to launch the next cargo resupply flight to the International Space Station (ISS) March 1.
NASA is hosting a Google+ Hangout live with astronauts aboard the space station, orbiting more than 200 miles above Earth.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has sent new images showing the first sample obtained from the interior of a Martian rock.