SpaceX's success is paving the way for private companies to drive space travel.
NASA's inspector general is investigating an allegation that a high-ranking NASA official earlier this year improperly guided Boeing Co. regarding an agency competition for lucrative lunar-lander contracts.
Amateur astronauts, private space stations, flying factories, out-of-this-world movie sets — this is the future the space agency is striving to shape as it eases out of low-Earth orbit and aims for the moon and Mars.
The asteroid, which is known as 163348 (2002 NN4),?will come within 3.2 million miles of the Earth.
This weekend's full Moon will be a “strawberry moon,” according to NASA.
Gen.?John Raymond and Chief Master Sgt.?Roger Towberman wrote that "we are all hurting."
NASA has yet to decide how long Hurley and Behnken will spend at the space station, somewhere between one and four months.
SpaceX delivered two astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA on Sunday, following up a historic liftoff with an equally smooth docking in yet another first for Elon Musk's company.
The launch marks the first time a spacecraft built by a business has carried humans into space.
When two brave American souls lift off from Apollo 11’s historic launch pad on Saturday the feat will mark the first time that the private sector blasts humans into orbit.
The mission’s first launch try on Wednesday was called off with less than 17 minutes remaining on the countdown clock due to stormy weather.
The prototype spacecraft, which appeared to be destroyed in the blast, is unrelated to the SpaceX Crew Dragon slated to launch in the company’s first crewed mission Saturday
Billionaires Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson have set their sights on space to make their next fortune.
The postponement means you may be able to watch history in person at Kennedy Space Center.
SpaceX?delayed its historic astronaut launch that was set for Wednesday afternoon due to unfavorable weather conditions and will try again on Saturday.
SpaceX, which is planning its first?astronaut launch?Wednesday, has had a big impact on two small Texas communities.
The orbiters from NASA's retired space shuttles have been on public display?since 2013. Here's where you can find these pieces of history during your next road trip.
NASA will host a virtual tour for viewers to get a behind-the-scenes look at the launch.
Traveling to outer space isn’t as simple as booking a flight – though there are several businesses working with that goal in mind.
Forecasters put the odds of acceptable launch weather at 40 percent