A lesson from the Apollo missions
Where no yeast has gone before
Going to Alpha Centauri "within a generation"
The news isn't great, but it's not a showstopper either.
The next big step towards sending humans to Mars
For the moon, Mars, and beyond
Astronauts could call one of these home sweet space-home
Rodents suffer from cognitive problems months after encountering space-like radiation
Full steam ahead for Mars
Shooting for the stars.
It's a groundbreaking step, but hardly surprising.
The first time we've caught a baby black hole in action.
But it's not time to panic.
We all like having options.
Not quite ready for takeoff
This isn't good news for a future Mars trip
Lucy in the sky with nanodiamonds.
To gain an edge here on Earth, China is pushing ahead in space
Can gardens help astronauts go farther?
NASA's second attempt to fly a capsule that could take us to Mars was a success
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
Deep Space Industries' Prospector-1 will hunt for valuables and land on an asteroid
Deep Sea Meets Deep Space
One boring task for machine, one great leap for robots
Astronaut poop could help create a weird yet nutritious bacterial Vegemite.
Robo space miners, deploy!
Reflections from a prodigious force in space exploration.
Slow but steady sun-powered spacecraft could transform space travel
A daily dose of beautiful from the DSCOVR satellite
The Dawn spacecraft could change the shape and scope of future missions
A raisin in the sky
Before we built the International Space Station, these concepts promised incredible futures.
NASA successfully blew up the BEAM module over the weekend
You've likely outlived the company that wanted to film you dying on Mars.
Eyes on the skies.
Would you prefer antiseptic smoke to cedar wood?
Reusing a reusable spacecraft design
Here's how it all began.
Now it's up to President Obama to decide whether Earth businesses can own pieces of asteroids
One step closer to owning pieces of asteroids?
Life on a pale blue dot
When you're traveling this fast, every little speck counts
The story of heroic fasteners that will get us to the moon and back.
Orbital manufacturing is already paving the way for better solar panels, faster internet, cleaner computer chips, and lab-grown human hearts
And other Tiangong-1 facts.
The mystery of Martian farts won't be solved overnight.
Doesn't seem too fair.
New high-res images from New Horizons reveal a very blobby space rock.
Fluid dynamics on the International Space Station makes growing tomatoes difficult.
Microbes on ISS are changing their genes, but don't worry.
Earth isn't flat, but this strange world might be.
In one of the most isolated places on the globe, the 'Spacecraft Cemetery' provides a watery grave
New Horizons will soon find out what's up with MU69.
We haven't seen a rock like this in 50 years.
James Webb is now slated for a 2021 launch—only a bajillion years late.
And the rockets' red glare...
Imagine the space-scuba diving potential
But it isn't water
There's still more to explore after Pluto.
In space, no one can fix your toilet for you.
Astrobees could help free up astronauts' schedules.
I is for interstellar.
The spectacular scope launches in 2019.
How much are you willing to pay to become an astronaut?
Divest from Russia, with love
The greatest hits of Earth's unmanned spacecraft
Q&A with Amy Shira Teitel on 'Breaking the Chains of Gravity'
Human hibernation could be a great way to get to Mars (and beyond), but a few big questions remain.
Space gets a little more crowded
MU69 is far from your run-of-the-mill solar system object.
To take us to Mars and beyond
This probably isn't covered under Elon Musk's warranty...
These ships catch waves (and rockets) instead.
Are your molecules lefties or righties?
How private corporations are using the station's lab for research and development
In 1952, the Hayden Planetarium offered applicants the trip of a lifetime
Spaceborne just landed in book stores
The record-breaking rodents will travel to the International Space Station this weekend.
Will NASA be required to fund the Dream Chaser?
A new vehicle design could enable same-day shipping from the ISS to Earth, making science experiments in microgravity cheaper and easier.
It's not just a big deal for future space tourists, either.
Wrenches, and sample containers, and extruders, oh my
The ISS is about to get even more international
Will there be horrible consequences? Live video right here
Close encounters of the cryovolcano kind, in photos
Plus, 9 simple ways to move in zero gravity
Tiangong-2 will be home to two astronauts for 30 days
The country's longest manned mission is part of their plan for a permanent orbital outpost
Step one: realize we're not alone.
We've only scratched the surface.
The RED Epic Dragon camera makes everything look beautiful, including antacids