The space agency’s upcoming lunar mission will launch the ambitious Artemis program, building on the landings 50 years ago.
While Roscosmos will likely continue its commitments on the ISS for at least a few more years, it’s not clear what comes next.
Heavenly bodies are always in motion: Pushing back the asteroid probe’s blastoff date could require a new trajectory, longer travel time, and much more power.
The documentary scrutinizes the former NASA administrator’s role during an era of homophobic policies.
The cosmic probe’s long-awaited images will kick off astronomers’ science programs.
Scientists show how microbes living in a salty spring near the North Pole might resemble those that could have survived on the Red Planet—or in ocean worlds.
The tiny spacecraft is set to explore an orbit for a planned space station that will travel around the moon and serve as a staging point for future missions.
After three aborted attempts, engineers successfully completed a practice countdown that included filling the tanks with liquid oxygen and hydrogen.
WIRED spoke with the agency’s former deputy administrator about how she architected a major shift to working with the fledging private space industry.
Researchers say that the rising number of space launches around the world will warm parts of the atmosphere and thin the ozone layer.