The Orion spacecraft is back home after traveling into space and then across the country.
NASA is a riding a high right now that hasn’t been felt since the space shuttle days.
For the second week in a row, astronauts are spacewalking at the International Space Station.
After almost six months in outer space, three space station astronauts have made it back home to Earth safely.
NASA’S next generation of spacecraft is almost ready to begin its out of the world tests. The capsule, named Orion, is in the final stages of being prepped for its first mission a little less than three months from now.
A pair of Russian astronauts installed a new antenna and moved a cargo boom outside the International Space Station during an arduous spacewalk.
The International Space Station just put the trash out, so to speak, releasing its orbiting lab and leaving it with one less capsule on its hands.
A crippled cooling line at the International Space Station prompted a spacewalking Saturday for two astronauts.
In what could be a game changer for our nation’s astonauts, NASA is preparing to launch a 3-D printer into space next year.
A six-hour spacewalk, scheduled for continued maintenance at the International Space Station, was cut short Tuesday due to a dangerous leak in one of the astronaut’s helmets.