Resveratrol might mitigate the muscle loss seen in low-gravity environments.
It's a groundbreaking step, but hardly surprising.
But Blue Origin has a lot of work to do before its lander can touch down.
The Crew Dragon's engine test anomaly this past weekend will have dramatic consequences over the next year, and beyond.
Results show the human body changes, but not dramatically.
One more thing to worry about in space.
Get ready to stay up past your bedtime for this historic moment.
If it's not delayed again, that is.
We've only scratched the surface.
It's not just a big deal for future space tourists, either.
Researchers are testing how life on the International Space Station affects the microbiome.
In 1966, the Air Force sent an uncrewed space station into orbit
It all depends on who you ask
Just months after Sputnik's launch, the USAF had a manned lunar landing program all figured out.
Researchers monitored microbes on a mock flight to Mars.
My, what big windows you have
Blue Origin could bring Bezos's shipping empire to deep space
The Space Launch System could carry astronauts as soon as 2019
Must-see destinations out beyond Mars
Because long-term spaceflight has known and unknown risks
Before women started flying in space, NASA was a little worried they might die having their periods
7 vehicles that will carry humanity into orbit and beyond very soon
Mars500 crew members, in their own words
To take us to Mars and beyond
Next year could be a milestone in the private space race
Reach out, touch space
Why a worn out space suit got an orbital burial
They're launching to the International Space Station next week
Plus, 9 simple ways to move in zero gravity
And it wouldn't actually be that expensive, thanks to robots, 3D printing, and SpaceX
Stephen Hawking wants a ride. Do you?
A moment of silence
The 1986 Space Shuttle tragedy killed all seven crew members, but their legacy lives on
It'll look even prettier when there's a real Dragon 2 attached
Hopefully NASA's new budget will turn things around
Q&A with Amy Shira Teitel on 'Breaking the Chains of Gravity'
There's a good reason why all of today's manned spacecraft look pretty much the same
How much space does each astronaut really need?
Says he's saving a seat aboard his Blue Origin rocket
New space race gets a little heated
Before we built the International Space Station, these concepts promised incredible futures.
A gorgeous new view of the test from May
Our solar system is pretty familiar by now, but even the Moon was shrouded in mystery just 50 years ago
Almost as good as the book
A controversial bill would give companies the right to own natural resources in space, and it may pass in the Senate by the end of September
Welcome to the big leagues, Blue Origin
The deadly crash killed co-pilot Michael Alsbury and cast a pall over commercial spaceflight
And that in turn could help us get to Mars, says NASA-commissioned study
Going to space in a way that no one has gone before
"We'd like one crew rotation mission, please"
Many hopefuls have signed up for a one-way ticket to the red planet. But if they aren't prepared, the trip may be a short one.
Apollo 13 was famously crippled by an explosion on its way to the Moon, but how did it launch with a faulty oxygen tank in the first place?
A unique study will measure how the human body reacts to a year in space
For a small, remote site in the desert with a modest staff, the High Speed Flight Station saw some incredible advances in aviation's that ultimately led to spaceflight.
The ISS is about to get some company
NASA will attempt to launch the unmanned capsule again on Friday morning
With no plans for future upgrades, the telescope faces a fiery end
Festivities in free fall
Astronaut Leroy Chiao explains what it will take for commercial passengers to fly into space
One professor says an asteroid survey would be a better use of NASA's time and money.
A new vehicle design could enable same-day shipping from the ISS to Earth, making science experiments in microgravity cheaper and easier.
Human hibernation could be a great way to get to Mars (and beyond), but a few big questions remain.
A less common reply against Moon hoax theorists: the way dust behaves in Apollo videos is proof we landed on the Moon.
Space gets a little more crowded
The Rogallo wing was NASA's multi-million dollar 1960s attempt to stop ending its missions with splashdowns. It didn't work.
The space race is officially back on, but slower and steady may win the race