The search for new NASA astronauts is still open, but closing soon.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory releases this amazing animated flyover of the major features of the dwarf planet Ceres, the largest single object in our star system’s Asteroid Belt.
The crew of the Challenger made the ultimate sacrifice for space exploration on this day in 1986. The world will always remember.
“Our plants aren’t looking too good. Would be a problem on Mars. I’m going to have to channel my inner Mark Watney. ” – I.S.S. Station Commander Scott Kelly
Some strange things are going on at the bottom end of Uranus. Okay, so we’re still 12 at heart. We regret nothing.
Ever wonder if you had the Right Stuff? You might.
In Space, no one can hear you scream – but on Comet Lovejoy, at least, there is Happy Hour.
NASA JPL’s Open House is a victim of their own success. Read our new managing editor’s report of her experience.
All these photographs have been released before, but never in one place like this. Welcome to the majesty that was Apollo.
The commander of the crisis-struck Apollo 13 has been awarded the first Neil Armstrong Outstanding Achievement Award.