Stephanie Wilson is a veteran of three spaceflights–STS-120, STS-121 and STS-131–and has logged more than 42 days in space.
A 30-year study of Pluto’s nitrogen atmosphere suggests it has reached maximum pressure and will now start to form ‘snow’
Firing a laser at a pair of black holes can produce more energy than you start with, letting you travel the galaxy without needing a large amount of fuel
The Soyuz rocket is transported by train to the launch pad, Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine was photographed inside the Super Guppy aircraft that will carry the flight frame with the Orion crew module to a testing facility in Ohio.
Jupiter’s colossal magnetic field may create a jet stream in Europa’s subsurface ocean, which could explain cracks in its surface and help nourish life there
Nancy Grace Roman, NASA’s first chief astronomer, is known as the ‘Mother of Hubble.’
The first black woman to go to space, Mae Jemison is now leading an effort to develop the capability for interstellar travel
In 1964, Ann R. McNair and Mary Jo Smith pose with a model of a Pegasus Satellite.
For nearly a decade the US has relied on Russia to get its astronauts into space. With the test of SpaceX’s crew capsule, it looks set to bring launches home again soon