Russian cosmonaut hitching ride with SpaceX as part of next space station crew
The SpaceX launch vehicle, consisting of a Falcon 9 rocket topped with a Crew Dragon capsule dubbed Endurance, was set for liftoff at noon from Nasa's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Nasa, SpaceX to study ways to boost orbit of Hubble telescope
SpaceX, whose Crew Dragon capsule ferries astronauts and cargo to and from the International Space Station for Nasa, will fully fund the six-month study, Nasa's science chief says.
Nasa's Dart spacecraft hits target asteroid in first planetary defence test
Humanity's first attempt to alter the motion of an asteroid or any celestial body played out in a Nasa webcast from the mission operations center outside Washington, DC, 10 months after Dart was launched.
Nasa delays debut Artemis flight of new moon rocket after engine cooling issue
The malfunction surfaced as the rocket's fuel tanks were being filled with super-cooled liquid oxygen and hydrogen propellants at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Nasa's mega-moon rocket ready for liftoff on eve of debut Artemis mission
The Space Launch System has been under development for more than a decade, with years of delays and cost overruns.
Nasa to roll out giant US moon rocket for debut launch
The mission will be a crucial, long-delayed demonstration trip to the moon in Nasa's Artemis programme, the US multibillion-dollar effort to return humans to the lunar surface as practice for future missions to Mars.
Chinese rocket falls to Earth, Nasa says Beijing did not share information
Social media users in Malaysia however posted video footage of what appeared to be rocket debris.
Russia signals space station pullout, Nasa says not yet official
Launched in 1998, the ISS has been continuously occupied since November 2000 under an US-Russian-led partnership that also includes Canada, Japan and 11 European countries.
Nasa to unveil more of Webb space telescope's first full-colour images
The first batch of full-colour, high-resolution pictures, were selected by Nasa to provide compelling early images from Webb's major areas of inquiry and a preview of science missions ahead.
Scientists successfully grow plants in soil from the Moon
The ground-breaking experiment, detailed in the journal Communications Biology, has given researchers hope that it may be possible to one day grow plants directly on the Moon.
International Space Station swerves to dodge space junk
Calls to monitor and regulate space debris, or space junk, have grown since Russia conducted an anti-satellite missile test last month.
Nasa awards US$415 million to fund three commercial space stations
The space agency is turning to private industries to develop hardware it once made itself, to reduce costs and focus on its ambitious goals, which include building habitats on the Moon and preparing for a crewed mission to Mars.