Odysseus — the first U.S. lander in over 50 years — tipped over at touchdown and ended up on its side near the moon's south pole, hampering communications, Intuitive Machines officials said Friday.
An Austin, Texas-to-Detroit flight along April's path of totality is sold out. There are other flights with a view, though your best bet may actually be here on Earth, says one astrophysicist.
The Houston-based company has pulled off the first successful commercial landing on the lunar surface. It's America's first soft landing in decades.
NASA is crashing the ISS into the ocean at the end of 2030. The agency is collaborating with private companies to build its replacement. So what could the space stations of the near future look like?
The one-in-a-billion chance it could have hit somebody on the head didn't become a reality, as the European satellite reentered the atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean between Alaska and Hawaii.
The agency is accepting applicants for the second cohort of its Mars simulator mission. Participants will live and work from a 3D-printed, 1,700-square-foot facility at NASA's Houston space center.
With a mass 17 billion times larger than our sun, this black hole is the fastest-growing black hole ever recorded, Australian National University said.
If successful, the uncrewed spacecraft would be the first U.S. lunar landing in more than 50 years, and would mean one giant leap for the commercial space sector.
National security adviser Jake Sullivan spoke to NPR's Morning Edition about Alexei Navalny dying in prison — and his briefing of U.S. congressional leaders on new Russian "anti-satellite capability."
An unmanned lunar spacecraft has captured and transmitted data analyzing lunar rocks, an achievement that could help provide clues about the origin of the moon, a Japan space agency official said
A robotic assistant recently arrived at the International Space Station to perform a simulated surgery that will be controlled by a surgeon 250 miles away on Earth.
The crew of four commercial astronauts flew to the International Space Station last month on a SpaceX rocket and capsule. Their time in space was extended several days due to poor weather off Florida.
A Japanese moon explorer is up and running Monday after several tense days without the sunlight it needs to generate power.
After almost three years on the Red Planet and 72 flights into the thin Martian atmosphere, NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter is ending its mission due to a broken rotor blade.
Seventy-two flights later, the small-but-mighty helicopter's time has come to an end after it was damaged during a test flight last week.