The launch of a relay satellite is the first essential step for sending a rover to the far side of the moon's surface.
InSight has started its six-month journey to Mars.
Keeping the lights on shouldn't be a problem for interplanetary explorers thanks to Kilopower.
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.
The InSight lander blasts off from California on May 5 to begin a six-month journey to Mars
The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter will search for hints of methane and other signs of life in the martian atmosphere.
Once upon a time, they weren't alone.
Curiosity has been running for 2,000 martian days, which makes today kind of like the rover's birthday.
After almost three decades of cooperation, Roscosmos is now eyeing a future in space with China.
Phobos and Deimos appear to dance in these gorgeous photos.
Nuclear thermal propulsion, which was studied in the Cold War for space travel, could make a comeback to fly humans to Mars.
NASA's next generation Mars rover will use a Martian meteorite to calibrate its detectors.
Why the Roadster's destination matters for the future of exploring the Red Planet.
A look at last night's super rare lunar eclipse from around the world.
You'll be waiting a couple of decades—but you can see something just as good next year.
If you can't make it to a good spot, or the weather thwarts your plans, NASA has got you covered.
Major discussions in Tokyo this past week could decide the future of space exploration for decades to come.
The Lunar XPrize would have given a pretty penny to the first group to send a rover to the Moon.
It will likely be decades before the first humans go to Mars, but when they do, we need to make sure they can power their equipment.
This could be the next era of extreme craft brewing.
The surface of equatorial Mars has ancient snow trapped under dust and rock, forming cliff-like formations.
NASA is working through ideas to collect martian rock and return it to Earth, but the Chinese space program might beat them to it.