The US space agency's Juno spacecraft flew over the storm July 10, offering humanity's closest look yet at the iconic feature of our solar system's largest planet
An unmanned NASA spacecraft is about to fly over a massive storm raging on Jupiter, in a long-awaited journey that could shed new light on the forces driving the planet's Great Red Spot
How will the United States' space program play out under the leadership of US President Donald Trump?
'It was OK to touch the surface. Those are just day-to-day reminder signs. We were going to clean it anyway. It was an honor to host you!' says NASA in a tweet
The 10 new Earth-size planets bring the total to 50 that exist in habitable zones around the galaxy
The Parker Solar Probe will become the first to fly directly into the sun's atmosphere, known as the corona
If all goes as planned, a Falcon 9 rocket will propel the Dragon into low-Earth orbit, where it will eventually connect with the space station, circling the Earth at a height of some 250 miles (400 kilometers)
The unmanned test flight had been scheduled for November 2018 but was pushed back after the White House asked for a feasibility study
Scientists have been surprised to find that not all that much – not even space dust – lies between Saturn's iconic rings.
The Cassini spacecraft skimmed closer than any previous spacecraft to the sixth planet from the Sun, and lived to tell the tale
The Cygnus spacecraft is packed with 7,626 pounds of crew supplies, hardware, and dozens of experiments aimed at studying fire, growing food, and cancer therapies
(UPDATED) The Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft with Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin and NASA's Jack Fisher onboard successfully docks to the ISS at 1319 GMT, Russian space agency Roscosmos says
There is no possibility for asteroid 2014 JO25 to collide with Earth, says NASA. The asteroid will fly at a distance of about 1.8 million kilometers.
A report by NASA's Office of Inspector General cited technical as well as budget challenges behind the delays
The moon is now high on the list in the solar system for showing habitable conditions, scientists say
Its final goal is to sample Saturn's atmosphere and particles coming from the main rings for the first time, while also capturing the closest-ever views of Saturn's clouds and inner rings, NASA says
US President Donald Trump signs a law that says manned missions to deep space, including to Mars, will be the US space agency's main goal in the decades to come
Private sector companies in particular are energized by the prospect of future space exploration missions beyond low-Earth orbit, where the International Space Station circles the Earth
"The results indicate that our efforts to breed varieties with high potential for strengthening food security in areas that are affected, or will be affected by climate change, are working," says International Potato Center staff Walter Amoros
Koleksi baru LEGO itu berjudul "Women of NASA" yang terdiri dari 5 perempuan yang dianggap berperan penting dalam sejarah NASA.
Orion is being built with an eye to one day ferrying astronauts to Earth's neighboring planet, Mars, perhaps by the 2030s
A nearby dwarf star is orbited by at least 7 exoplanets, a number of which have the potential to sustain life, scientists announce
NASA will hold a news conference 'to present new findings on planets that orbit stars other than our sun'
These strange ancient microbes have apparently evolved so they can survive on a diet of sulfite, manganese, and copper oxide
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(UPDATED) The launch of the Falcon 9 rocket carrying the unmanned Dragon cargo ship pushes through after the first attempt was canceled
The proposed joint European-US mission, dubbed AIDA (Asteroid Impact and Deflection Assessment), aims to 'redirect' a 160-meter moon – the first time humans would have altered the course of a Solar System body
Temperatures spiked to new national highs in parts of India, Kuwait and Iran, while sea ice melted faster than ever in the fragile Arctic, says the report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Cernan was the spacecraft commander of Apollo 17 – his third space flight and the last scheduled US manned mission to the moon – in December 1972
The January 14 launch is the first in a series planned to upgrade Iridium's global communications network
The astronauts' spacewalk is expected to last six-and-a-half hours, during which the pair will install adapter plates and electrical connections for 3 of 6 new lithium-ion batteries installed on the station's truss
The public memorial will be in the Ohio State University campus
Here are the feats the Original Seven or 'Mercury 7' are best known for
(UPDATED) The US space agency NASA is among the first to pay tribute to the legendary astronaut who went on to serve as a lawmaker for more than two decades, calling him 'a true American hero'
Donald Trump's stay of execution for pulling the United States out of a landmark climate pact is welcomed by diplomats and experts, even as they fret about appointments and decisions yet to come
When you've got to go, but you're out there in space, zipped up in a spacesuit, with no toilet in sight and a crew of other astronauts around, what do you do?
How does fire act in space? Researchers will soon find out by trying to ignite 9 different materials aboard an unmanned spaceship on its way to a fiery re-entry
The 9 samples of materials to be set ablaze include 'flame retardant fabrics used for astronaut clothing, station Plexiglas window samples with edge variations and structures used for storage containers and silicone composites,' says NASA
A NASA commentator calls the GOES-R 'America's most advanced eye in the sky'
Thomas Pesquet, Oleg Novitsky, and Peggy Whitson join 3 other astronauts already staffing the International Space Station
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On Monday, November 14, the full Moon's relative proximity should make it appear about 14% bigger and 30% brighter
The unmanned cargo ship successfully brings 2.5 tons of food and supplies to the 6 astronauts living in orbit
NASA's Shane Kimbrough and Andrei Borisenko and Sergei Ryzhikov of Roscosmos blast off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan after a one-month delay
(UPDATED) 'These missions will teach us how humans can live far from Earth – something we'll need for the long journey to Mars,' US President Barack Obama says
The latest finding gives scientists fresh hope that a robotic spacecraft could one day fly past these potential plumes and learn about their contents without having to drill miles deep into the moon's icy shell
The US space agency has already proclaimed that Europa has 'strong evidence for an ocean of liquid water beneath its crust and which could host conditions favorable for life'
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Scientists from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies reveal that the previous month was the warmest August in 136 years