The commercial space race is on, but delays are inevitable.
It's later than anyone hoped, but, hey, at least it looks like it's going to happen.
SpaceX's CEO shrugs off 20 years of NASA research.
It's gotta be easy to build, but still protect humans from temperature changes and radiation.
There hasn’t been a person on the moon since 1972.
Starting 49 years ago today, astronauts started bringing back moon rocks. Now scientists have 842 pounds of it to experiment on.
Mankind is about to get closer to the sun than ever before.
A new report suggests NASA better start working on a backup plan.
Kepler's era is coming to an end and NASA is making plans for the groundbreaking telescope's retirement.
The agency's 50-year-old policies are in dire need of an update.
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