Feds Turn to NASA for Help in Managing Small Drone TrafficAs the unmanned aircraft industry continues to evolve, the United States is depending on its space agency to help manage small drone traffic close to the Earth.
Jackpot: Scientists Find Earth-Like Planet At Star Next DoorAfter scanning the vast reaches of the cosmos for Earth-like planets where life might exist, astronomers have found one right next door.
Astronaut Breaks US Record: 521 Days In Space And Counting Astronaut Jeffrey Williams has a new record for NASA under his space belt.
NASA Spacecraft Will Travel 2-Years To Collect Asteroid SamplesPerfect time capsules of the beginning, NASA hope asteroids will shed light on the early beginnings of earth.
NASA: Venus Could Have Been A Lot Like EarthImagine a second Earth. Not around a distant star, but right here in our own solar system.
Perseids Meteor Shower Set To Peak This WeekThe annual Perseids meteor shower happens every August, when Earth travels through the debris left behind by the Swift-Tuttle comet.
NASA Has Space-Eye View Of Wildfires Burning WorldwideSo far this year, the U.S. has seen almost 30,000 wildfires. Worldwide, that's a drop in the bucket.
Md. Native Astronaut Reid Wiseman Documenting Underwater Mission OnlineHe spent months in space and now astronaut Reid Wiseman is spending a couple of weeks underwater.
NASA: First Half Of 2016 Was Hottest 6 Months On RecordThe year is half over, and NASA scientists say it was the hottest six months on record.
SpaceX Launching Space Station Docking Port for NASASpaceX aims to launch another load of space station supplies for NASA, including a critical docking port needed by new U.S. crew capsules set to debut next year.
Spacecraft Juno Successfully Enters Jupiter's OrbitThe spacecraft Juno had one shot at entering Jupiter's orbit Monday night and they did it.
Hello Jupiter! NASA Spacecraft Arrives At Giant PlanetBraving intense radiation, a NASA spacecraft reached Jupiter on Monday after a five-year voyage to begin exploring the king of the planets.