A bag used during the first manned mission to the moon in 1969 was accidentally sold to Nancy Lee Carlson during an auction in 2015, much to NASA's dismay.
NASA, SpaceX, China, India, Europe, and the UAE all want to go to Mars, but will they ever be able to bring people along for the ride?
Scientists trained bumblebees to score goals with miniature balls, suggesting 'unprecedented learning abilities.'
Now on its 10th re-supply mission, the private space company has become an essential part of the supply lines supporting an increasingly intricate space operation.
After finding its home at the Smithsonian in Washington for more than four decades, the command module of the historic moon landing spacecraft Apollo 11 is going on 'a road trip.'
Jeanette Epps is slated to become the first African-American member of the expedition crew aboard the space station. But the African-American women who came before her forever shaped the American space program.
As the seas around the Great Barrier Reef warm, the government hopes that more data can build support for policies to protect the coral from more die-offs.
At an annual gathering, concerned scientists discuss how to navigate distrust and make science for everyone.
Scientists say this example of 'giantism' in a 400-million-year-old marine worm is a surprising find.
The International Space Station will see two orbiting spacecraft trying to drop off supplies this week.
DNA testing has yielded new findings about the organization of Chaco society, which had its peak between 800 A.D. and 1100 A.D.