If human civilization begins to expand into space, will colonists feel loyalty to their country, their planet, or Elon Musk?
It will be years until NASA is ready for a journey to the red planet, but if Earth continues to suffer from climate change, Mars could come to us.
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the first spaceflight to put humans on the moon. We went into the NASA archives of the Apollo 11 mission to remember the uncertainty and wonder of that week in 1969.
Private firms like SpaceX and Bigelow Aerospace, along with a growing number of national space agencies, are eyeing a manned return to the moon, with an emphasis on settlement rather than exploration.
Though the agency eliminated the extra-small and small in previous space suits, NASA's lead spokesperson says sizing will factor into new designs.
China's achievements continue to accumulate, leading some to wonder if this could be the start of a new space race.
NASA satellites are offering new insights into how glaciers in Antarctica and Asia are responding to warmer temperatures.
The Kepler telescope has run out of fuel and officially entered retirement. Luckily, there is a replacement on the way to continue our observation of the stars.
Hurricane Florence gains strength in the Atlantic Ocean as it moves west, seen from the International Space Station on September 10th, 2018.
And with tropical forests storing almost 250 billion tons of carbon, their fate has major implications for the Earth's atmosphere.
Under Trump's request, NASA's budget would hold steady, while the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation would see their funding slashed.
Sending American astronauts back to the Moon in preparation for deep-space exploration is a top space priority for the Trump administration.
An influential new survey will help government agencies decide which satellite capabilities to fund.
As NASA grapples with finding funding for research in addition to exploration, the agency faces its biggest hurdle yet: a president who denies climate change.
0.00003 percent of working Americans are astronauts.