Elon Musk’s giant Starship will leave the world behind.
New Evidence Shows That Gus Grissom Did Not Accidentally Sink His Own Spacecraft 60 Years Ago
Careful analysis of the recovery film showed it was static electricity that doomed the <i>Liberty Bell 7.</i>
Branson and Bezos May Reach Space First, But Billionaire Jared Isaacman (Who?) Has Booked a Better Trip
The all-rookie Inspiration4 crew will spend days in orbit, instead of a few minutes above the atmosphere.
NASA’s Most Important Mission, Long Delayed, Is Finally on Track
And no, it’s not a moon landing.
Now There’s a Way to Watch Your Friend’s (Simulated) Airplane Flying in the Real World (Sort of)
It sounds complicated, but it’s actually pretty clever.
This New AR App is the Coolest Way to Learn About Mars
Drive a rover, walk the Martian surface, and play robot geologist, all in augmented reality.
The Best Books About Mars, By the Mars Explorers Themselves
Firsthand accounts of Mars exploration by the people who run the robots.
Five Space Experiences to Try With Your New VR Headset
The technology is getting better, and so is the content.
The Robots That Paved the Way For Apollo
Then as now, machines preceded the humans.
He Was the Fifth Man on the Moon, But That Wasn’t His Most Famous Flight
Two trips, a decade apart, spanned the most exciting era in space history.
The National Air and Space Museum Gets Its First F/A-18 Fighter
A Hornet comes to Hazy.
Work, Float, Eat, Dream: Life on the International Space Station
We asked some of the people who've spent the most time on the ISS: What's it like up there?
This Month, Three Countries Are Heading Off to Mars
A mini-armada of landers and orbiters is about to descend on the Red Planet.
Relive the Drama of Apollo 13 in Real Time, As It Happened
A new multimedia site creates the historic mission 50 years later.
Al Worden, the Poet of Apollo 15
For this moon voyager, technical debriefings weren’t fulfilling enough.
Historian Unveils Never-Seen Footage of Armstrong and Aldrin on the Moon
Amazing what you can find in the shadows, 50 years later.
How a Pair of Teenagers Sneaked in to Meet Neil Armstrong During His 1969 World Tour
Some people don't take no for an answer.
To the Moon by 2024: Here’s the Plan
The first U.S. moonshot was done in a decade. Can NASA make it in half that time?
Twenty People Who Made Apollo Happen
Not all of them became famous.
A CubeSat at Mars
For space exploration, small is powerful.