This Sunday may mark the end of summer, but it’s the start of a new Mars mission. A NASA spacecraft will lock into orbit on Sept. 21.
If the clouds cooperate Sunday evening, a massive full moon will rise over Maryland.
NASA has chosen a University of Maryland proposal for a new instrument to observe changes in global vegetation from the International Space Station.
It’s one long road trip, but man’s first voyage to Pluto is almost over.
It’s not just space NASA focuses on. A fleet of satellites also studies the Earth. That vantage point is showing most of us are breathing cleaner air.
Safely on board. Baltimore County’s own Reid Wiseman made it onto the International Space Station after a successful lift off Wednesday.
He’s the dad next door, but he’s about to launch into outer space. Cockeysville native Reid Wiseman is part of the next crew heading to the International Space Station.
The hunt for life on other planets has some new contenders after the discovery of more than 700 new worlds by NASA.
If it had lungs and Mars had oxygen, the little rover named “Opportunity” could blow out 10 birthday candles Saturday.
NASA gives the green light for an emergency spacewalk to fix an external cooling system.
Two hundred miles up, there’s a problem — a potentially serious one for the International Space Station.
A solar flip-flop. Scientists at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center say the sun is in the process of reversing its magnetic poles.