At the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach, a new exhibit gives patrons a new way to view and interact with images from the Webb Space Telescope.
Author Ashlee Vance's new book explores the people and companies reshaping the commercial space industry.
Carbon dioxide is generally a bad thing when it comes to space travel. But what if you could harness it for good?
Shoffner is piloting the SpaceX Crew Dragon that will carry Axiom Space's second private space mission to the International Space Station
A research institute is leveraging a surge in private space missions to collect critical data on how space travel affects the human body
We'll hear from one investor in the private space sector on what's driving this industry upward despite economic uncertainty.
NASA announced the next crew to head to the moon, the first in more than 50 years. Plus, a conversation with retired astronaut Eileen Collins.
The proposal includes funding for NASA’s human missions like trips to the moon and maintenance of the International Space Station and science missions like a Mars sample return and probe heading to Venus.
Firefly Aerospace is flying a mission to the far side of the moon for NASA, paving the way for astronauts and other companies to explore the lunar surface. And, we'll talk about efforts to keep astronauts' brains sharp.
For Women's History Month, we revisit conversations chronicling the inclusion of female astronauts at NASA.
Relativity Space plans to launch its first 3D printed rocket this week, joining a growing number of commercial launch companies. We'll hear from CEO Tim Ellis about the compnay's plans and industry analyst Caleb Henry about its place in this market.
The SETI Institue has been searing for extraterrestrial life for decades. Now, the organization is closer than ever to hearing from life outside our planet.
NASA's Artemis I launch was really loud. That's according to new research by physicists hoping to better understand the behavior of rocket sounds. Plus, boy band superstar Lance Bass talks about his new podcast "The Last Soviet."
SpaceX completed a critical test of its Super Heavy booster. NASASpaceflight.com's Chris Gebhardt explains what's next for the massive vehicle that will take us to places like the moon and Mars? Plus, a look at this history of space mission patches with CollectSpace's Robert Pearlman.
A look at the latest robotic explorer on Mars and a conversation about efforts to send humans to the red planet.
As NASA develops nuclear thermal propulsion rockets for human exploration in our solar system, some astrobiologists say the technology could help us answer the age-old question: Are we alone?
From missions to the moon, a heavy metal asteroid, and findings outside our solar system, it's going to be a busy year for space science.
Last year was the fifth warmest on record, according to new data released by NASA and the NOAA. How is NASA tracking out warming planet?
Is there life out there? Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson says the answer to that question could come from our own solar system.
Fourteen disabled crew members took trip on a Zero-G flight, conducting research with the hope of making space accessible for all.
Inflatable habits could be the future of space exploration. But before they leave this planet, they have to explode.
NASA's newest moon mission appears to be a success. So what's next for the agency's lunar ambitions.
The Webb Space Telescope has captured weather on Titan, one of the moons of Saturn.
NASA's Artemis I mission is a big step in the agency's plans for permanent presence on the moon. Just how close is the agency to that goal, and what is left to be done?