If STS-400 launches, be prepared for one of the most dramatic spaceflights ever.
September 02, 2008 | By Paul Hoversten
Forty years later, we’re about to see what the moonwalkers left behind.
September 2008 | By Tony Reichhardt
Megalifters prove you’re never too fat to fly.
September 2008 | By Kara Platoni
Student engineers answer NASA’s call to design the airplane of 2058.
August 06, 2008 | By Michael Klesius
A small band of believers urges NASA to take its next step—onto an asteroid.
July 2008 | By Michael Klesius
A Japanese camera spies a moonscape last explored by astronauts a generation ago.
June 16, 2008 | By Tony Reichhardt
This little known Apollo artifact caused astronauts to rest a little easier.
June 13, 2008 | By Bob Craddock
Earth dwellers view the sun from 93 million miles away. What will NASA’s next solar probe see from up close?
May 2008 | By Bruce Dorminey
Fifty years after launch, Vanguard 1 remains in orbit.
May 2008 | By Rebecca Maksel
A rolling exhibit brings space exploration to small-town America.
April 2008 | By Constance Bond
MESSENGER’s first images were taken by a very used camera.
April 03, 2008 | By Bob Craddock
Bumper sticker in the year 2015? 2025? Ever?
January 2008 | By Mark Gatlin
The road to the moon was paved with good intentions.
January 01, 2008 | By Tony Reichhardt
In the Shadow of the Moon.
November 01, 2007 | By Tony Reichhardt
Why does every Mars mission have to be better than the last?
November 01, 2007 | By Bob Craddock
Veteran space reporter Jay Barbree recalls Apollo's darkest day.
November 01, 2007 | By Jay Barbree
NASA's new space capsule has a mind of its own.
September 2007 | By Michael Klesius
When choosing landing gear for Mars spacecraft, engineers have to weigh their options-literally.
August 2007 | By Tony Reichhardt
We've already seen water ice on Mars. NASA's Phoenix lander will reach out and touch it.
August 2007 | By Charles Petit
An eminent space historian looks back on the first 50 years of space exploration.
July 2007 | By Roger D. Launius