We spoke to an expert to find out whether we should be more concerned about the ecological impact in Africa than South America.
Two NASA astronauts and one Russian cosmonaut have taken off from Kazakhstan in a Soyuz rocket headed for the International Space Station
Fifty years ago, history was made when humans took the first steps on the moon.
A mission to Mars could come as early as 2033, Bridenstine told reporters on Monday.
To celebrate the anniversary, NASA has restored the old control room from which the Apollo-era flight directors oversaw the mission. It's a place of pilgrimage for their successors.
Artefacts from the historic mission to put men on the moon are going up for auction amid celebrations to mark its 50th anniversary.
Retiree Gary George interned at NASA as a college student in 1976. During his time there he purchased more than `1,100 videotapes for around $218. At the time, NASA was attempting to reduce costs by recording over or selling old videotapes.
Before life evolved, said Nieber, the landscape on Earth was in fact quite similar to that of Titan today.
Matera is pulling out all the stops to put itself on the European cultural map this year, and the Apollo performance is just the sort of powerfully creative and immersive experience that locals and visitors have come to expect.
Large mass discovered beneath moon's crater, believed to be metal from asteroid
NASA will allow private citizens to stay at the International Space Station (ISS) for month-long getaways at a cost of about $35,000 (€31,000) per night, the US space agency said on Friday.
The home is made from a biodegradable biopolymer basalt composite, ideal for a sustainable space mission.
NASA lander detects first likely 'Marsquake' on the red planet
NASA chief Jim Bridenstine said India has put the future of human space flight at risk after they successfully tested shooting down a satellite with a missile. 60 objects from the debris are 10 cm or bigger, making them large enough to track, 24 of which have gone above the apogee of the ISS.
Scientists say the storm spans 11,000 kilometres.
NASA has been forced to cancel its first ever all-female spacewalk over limited spacesuit sizes
The explosion was recorded on December 18, 2018, over the Bering Sea.
A Russian-American crew arrived at the International Space Station on Friday, five months after a botched launch led to an emergency landing for two of the three astronauts
The Crew Dragon capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station 27 hours after launching into orbit from NASA's Kennedy Space Center on Florida's Space Coast.
The privately funded venture will include a copy of the Bible and Israel's national anthem.
NASA has launched a daily weather report from the surface of Mars, and February's maximum temperatures might not be as chilly as you think.
The durable NASA rover that rolled along Mars for 15 years has died, NASA announced on Thursday.
"It's exciting that discoveries like that are still possible," NASA glaciologist Joe MacGregor said.
As debates over policy and science continue, the climate is heating up. A new study just released by NASA and NOAA has identified that the last five years have been the five hottest years on record, with 2018 coming in fourth. It's a stark picture of a world warming at an alarming rate.
China becomes first nation to land rover on dark side of the moon
Spacecraft beams back first images of most distant object observed