Flying a helo in the hairline atmosphere of Mars is one of JPL's biggest challenges yet.
After an aborted attempt yesterday, Block 5 successfully launches to space.
The upgraded Falcon 9 Block 5 is ready to fly the Bangabandhu-1 satellite for Bangladesh.
The search for WIMPs—the leading candidate for dark matter particles—is kicking into high gear.
The ELT will be the largest optical/near-infrared telescope in the world, with a primary mirror stretching 39 meters.
InSight has started its six-month journey to Mars.
The James Webb Space Telescope hits another snag.
Small satellites have started to fill the orbits of Earth. Now NASA is sending the first pair to Mars.
NASA has decided to scrap its own rover, Resource Prospector, and fund lunar lander programs from private industry.
NASA and ESA agree to explore concepts for returning a precious sample of red soil.
Researchers fro Brown headed to NASA Ames to fire some projectiles at the Vertical Gun Range—for science.
The strong gravity of a larger version of Earth could ground any Super-Earthling rockets.
Sources tell Reuters that Japan is discussing plans for a new air superiority fighter with international contractors.
The search for new planets continues with today's launch of NASA's TESS space telescope.
The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is going to continue the search for worlds orbiting other stars.
Three more taxi tests are on the schedule before the enormous aircraft takes its maiden flight.
NASA's next space telescope will hunt for planets orbiting other stars.
The new aircraft fired up its rocket engine for the first time this morning.
A used Dragon spacecraft full of cargo and science experiments is ready to fly on a flight-proven Falcon 9.
The one-time orbiting space lab is now confined to the bottom of the ocean.
Live updates: China's first space station has crashed back down to Earth.
Tiangong-1 is about to burn up in the atmosphere.
A launch from the west coast followed by a launch from the east.
Difficulty level: Hard