Scientists finally confirm the presence of water ice on the moon's surface. A new study reveals evidence of water's existence in the darkest, coldest regions of the lunar poles.
Decades after one of humankind's greatest achievements of getting a man on the Moon, trips there remain surprisingly rare. Former astronaut Chris Hadfield and others explain why.
NASA's LRO spacecraft observing the moon beamed back a jittery image to Earth. This led researchers to discover that it was hit and survived a meteoroid impact in 2014.
China will conduct an experiment to test their space cabin designed for their mission to the moon. Volunteers will spend 60 days up to 200 days inside the cabin.
NASA may conduct a yearlong manned mission to the moon before its scheduled Journey to Mars in 2030. The lunar mission will test equipment and technology intended to be used for the red planet.
China is developing a lunar spacecraft that's capable of carrying astronauts to the moon. Aside from that, their space agency is also working on a permanently crewed space station.
Elon Musk is sending two humans to the moon in 2018. The two person team allegedly paid a significant amount of money to get the seats.
NASA and ESA are working together for another historic mission the moon. ESA will help provide the modules for the Orion spacecraft that will take humans to the moon and beyond.
The group is planning to send a pair of rovers to check on the lunar buggy left behind by astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt.
A team of Germans competing at the Google Lunar X-Prize has already laid out plans for their first mission. What exactly is it? They plan to send out two probes to the Moon, all in hopes of proving that the Apollo 17 mission was truly successful.
China’s Long March-5 rocket has recently made its maiden voyage into near-Earth orbit. According to scientists, this rocket alone is powerful enough to land people on the moon.
The Russian space agency announced its plan to launch a manned mission to the moon and starts simulating lunar landing.
The European Space Agency (ESA) plans to work with the Russian space program in exploring the moon.
A team of students is developing a CubeSat propelled by water and armed with an ambitious goal: to launch to the moon.