Woman Sues NASA To Keep Moon Dust Gift From Neil ArmstrongA woman is suing NASA over a gift she claims was given to her by the first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong.
NASA Finds Ancient Organic Material On Mars, May Be Potential LifeNew Mars discoveries are advancing the case for possible life on the red planet, past or even present.
NASA Sending Helicopter To Mars, Aiming For An Aviation FirstNASA wants to prove that it can sustainably fly around the thin atmosphere of Mars at low altitude -- with a tiny helicopter.
Uranus Smells Like Rotten Eggs, Scientists ConfirmIt likely won't get any easier for the seventh planet in our solar system as a new report has confirmed that Uranus does actually stink like bad gas.
Earth Has Near Miss With Asteroid Spotted Just Hours EarlierAn asteroid came alarmingly close to striking the Earth on April 15, just hours after the large space rock was spotted flying through the solar system.
Only 117 Years 'Til An Asteroid (Possibly) Hits UsNASA has announced that on Sept. 22, 2135, there is a small chance an asteroid will slam into the Earth.
Astronaut Scott Kelly Now Has Different DNA Than His Identical Twin Brother After One Year In SpaceWhile Scott Kelly's height and 93 percent of his DNA returned to normal after returning to Earth, NASA confirmed that seven percent of his genes have remained changed and may stay that way.
NASA Spacecraft's Photos From 4 Billion Miles Away Set New RecordThe NASA spacecraft that gave us close-ups of Pluto has set a record for the farthest photos ever taken.
Asteroid Coming Close Friday: Don't Worry, We're SafeAnother asteroid is headed our way - the second this week - but there's no need to worry.
E.T. Found? NASA's Mystery Announcement Spurs SpeculationNASA will be addressing the specifics of their discovery on Dec. 14, which the space program says was made using a "learning machine" produced by Google.
2017 Supermoon: Where To See It, And What Time To Look For The Lunar EventOn Dec. 3, Earth will view its only visible "supermoon" of the year; making the planet's lone satellite appear much larger and brighter than at any other point in 2017.
Commander Of 1st Flight Of Space Shuttle Challenger DiesA retired NASA astronaut who commanded the first flight of the space shuttle Challenger and flew on Skylab in the early 1970s has died. Paul Weitz was 85.