Want To See Uranus With The Naked Eye? Tonight Is The NightExperts say you may be able to see the icy blue planet with the naked eye, but if not, binoculars should do the trick.
NASA Using Asteroid's Close Flyby To Test Warning NetworkNASA will hold the first of its kind cosmic fire drill - using an asteroid's close flyby to test the Earth's warning network.
Spacewalking Astronauts Grease Robot Arm's New HandSeems 'grease is the word' - even in space. On Tuesday, International Space Station commander Randy Bresnik and Mark Vande Hei ventured outside the orbiting platform to grease the robot arm's new hand.
Spacewalking Astronauts Give Hand To Robotic ArmA spacewalking rookie and experienced vet gave the International Space Station a big hand - literally.
Rapper B.o.B Raising Funds To Prove The Earth Is FlatNASA astronauts of the past and present have already weighed in on the rapper's seemingly absurd quest.
U.S. And Russia To Work Together On Constructing A Moon BaseAccording to reports, NASA and its partners plan to start construction of the new orbital habitat in the early 2020's.
NASA’s Asteroid-Bound Spacecraft Slingshots Past Earth FridayNASA's asteroid-chasing spacecraft is swinging by Earth on Friday on its way to a space rock.
NASA's Cassini Spacecraft Burns Up Over Saturn NASA'S Cassini spacecraft met a fiery end - disintegrating in the skies above Saturn after a 20-year journey.
NASA Sites Being Inspected In Florida After IrmaNASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida appears to have weathered Hurricane Irma well but remains closed while damage is assessed.
NASA Shares How Hurricanes Irma, Jose & Katia Looked From SpaceNASA has been watching hurricanes Irma, Jose and what is now remnants of Hurricane Katia from the International Space Station (ISS).
Record-Breaking Astronaut Peggy Whitson Returns To EarthAstronaut Peggy Whitson returned to Earth late Saturday, wrapping up a record-breaking flight that catapulted her to first place for U.S. space endurance.
Private Companies Fuel New "Space Race" At NASA CenterNASA may soon have the capability to send astronauts to the International Space Station from U.S. soil thanks to a private companies involved in a "space race" at the Kennedy Space Center.