Scientists Get Money To Study Astronaut MemoryTwo University of Central Florida professors were awarded $900, 000 to study how the memory of astronauts changes during long missions in space.
Mars Shines Bigger, Brighter Next WeekOver the next night or so, the sky will have a very special visitor - Mars.
International Space Station Makes 100,000th Orbit Of EarthA total of 17 ½ years and 100,000 laps later, the International Space Station entered the history books Monday.
Mercury Makes Rare Trip Across The SunIn a super rare occurrence, Mercury will move across the sun Monday.
NASA Preps Astronauts For Flight In Private SpacecraftNASA is preparing to send astronauts back into space, this time on a private spacecraft.
New NASA Launch Control Software Late, Millions Over BudgetAn internal audit at NASA has revealed the launch control software under development for their deep-space exploration program is more than a year behind schedule and tens of millions of dollars above projected costs.
Supply Rocket Blasts Off From Cape CanaveralFresh supplies are rocketing toward the International Space Station.
Space Station Delivery Rich In Science And TechThe International Space Station will be getting some fire supplies Tuesday night. To be clear, literal fire-making supplies, not the slang term for something incredible.
'Twin' Comets Hurtle Past EarthAstronomers are observing a twin comet flyby Monday.
Hubble Telescope Breaks Record, Spots Farthest GalaxyThe Hubble Space Telescope has broken a major record.
2 Spacemen Back Home After Year Aloft: 'We Did It!'NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is returning to Earth Tuesday night after a space mission that has spanned a U.S.-record 340 days.
NASA Images Show Frozen Canyons In Pluto's North PoleNASA has released the latest photos of Pluto's north pole region making our own planet's poles look like a tropical paradise.