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In 2017, NASA plans to test its Space Launch System, a rocket system designed for launches into deep space. But the US Government Accountability Office says the project is short on funding.
Alexander Gerst, a German astronaut, tweeted a photo of Israel and Gaza taken from the International Space Station. The photo may display rockets exploding in the dark of night in the Israel-Hamas conflict.
An overwhelmed computer, a blocked fuel line, and a broken engine switch were just some of the perils faced by the first humans to visit the moon.
Jay Barbree, NBC’s longtime space correspondent, tells the story of Neil Armstrong, 45 years after his walk on the moon.
A NASA spacecraft orbiting the moon has beamed back images of Tranquility Base, where the fame Apollo 11 mission landed 45 years ago.
The US manned mission to Mars, whenever that will be, will include a memento from the historic Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969.
Launched 45 years ago today, the Apollo 11 mission to the moon 'raised the bar of human potential,' says one astronaut.
A Christian Science perspective: Humanity yearns to know more of the infinite than our finite earth-bound perspective can give us.
The US relies too heavily on Russian rocket technology to get into space, experts tell a Senate subcommittee.
Launched from Virginia on Monday, Orbital Sciences' private Cygnus cargo spacecraft made a successful delivery to the International Space Station.