And a hexacopter was hovering nearby to film it
How a team of experts navigated a spaceship through the streets of L.A.
The Herschel Space Telescope closes its eye after the last of its coolant evaporated this week
A new exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum tells us where we are, and how to get where we're going next
An annual award recognizes amateurs for finding rocks in the sky
The JPL scientist in charge of tracking incoming asteroids tells us if we should be worried.
Support for "disaggregation" of military satellites is getting louder
In the 1950s, balloons carried live mice to near-space to study how the trip might affect astronauts
A realty company wondered what it might cost to launch your house to Mars.
A new interactive graphic highlights the space agency's plans.
In 1948, Idaho decided the best way to move beavers was to airdrop them
Can’t make it to the Museum? There might be an artifact on loan right in your neighborhood.
Masten Space System's test vehicle, Xombie, took a nice ride this week
For all its traveling, NASA's last Mars rover only covered about the same ground as a familiar theme park.
Two decades later, three scientists are rewarded for discovering a new body of objects in our solar system.
Astronauts and satellites get to watch the Games from Olympian heights
The Southern California birthplace of the space shuttle is going to spit-shine and welcome visitors to see a piece of nearly forgotten aerospace history
The forgotten shuttle model that supported North American Rockwell's bid to construct the Space Shuttle fleet
Wanted: an airborne system than can launch 100-pound satellites for under $1 million.