Richard Branson has named his first commercially offered spacecraft the Enterprise.
For the past several years, NASA has been waiting for indications that the space probe Voyager has left our solar system. New research shows that the event has already happened and that the explorer craft has become the first human-made object to leave our solar system.
From the printed page to the silver screen, pop culture has made us aware of the threat of an asteroid impacting our planet.
The Mars Rover Curiosity is celebrating a year on Mars this week. And in honor of the event, NASA team members as the Goddard Space Flight Center used the rover’s Sample Analysis at Mars instrument to sing “Happy Birthday” to the rover yesterday.
The Cassini Spacecraft shot an image of a close up of Saturn’s rings and at the same time caught a beautiful glimpse of Earth and its moon.
Despite an overwhelming vote to name one of the newly discovered moons of Pluto Vulcan, astronomers with the SETI Institute have decided to go a different route.
The earthly remains of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry will soon be headed to the final frontier.
How would you spend your free time on board the International Space Station?
If you’re astronaut Karen Nyberg you might pass the time quilting.
Pop superstar Justin Bieber has joined the ever growing tally of A-List celebrities getting in line to go into space.
NASA’s Mars rover, Opportunity has given humanity an unprecedented look at the red planet. And now, nine years into its mission, the rover has set a record.
The hangout will connect Star Trek Into Darkness and International Space Station crews in a conversation about living and working in space.