NASA announced recently that its Curiosity Mars rover has drilled another hole in the Red Planet. It is almost a year since the robot last used the tools for digging up the martian ground, BBC reported.
NASA is inviting people to participate in a global selfie on Earth Day (that's today April 22). The space agency has requested people around the world to take pictures of themselves outside on April 22 and upload them to social media using the hastag #GlobalSelfie.
SpaceX's Dragon craft is carrying a plant growth chamber called Veggie as a part of the SpaceX-3 resupply mission to the International Space Station.
Flying saucers are going to be reality very soon. NASA is reportedly testing its Low-density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) which has been designed to increase the agencies payload delivery capacity for future missions.
NASA's Moon-orbiting Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer(LADEE) is ready to make a high-speed crash into the lunar surface.
The US space agency - NASA - has cut all the ties with its Russian counterpart Roscosmos except for the ongoing activities aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
NASA has released a new panoramic view of our galaxy comprising nearly 2.5 million images. These images were captured by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.
US space agency NASA is looking for coders who would identify vulnerable asteroids that could cause damage to global catastrophe by crashing into Earth.
Three astronauts have landed safely and on time in Kazakhstan despite bad weather from the International Space Station (ISS), The Register reported. The team consisted of two Russian cosmonauts and one NASA astronaut.
Sinkholes are not as unpredictable as it used to be. Taking one step further in the development of sinkholes detection, NASA announced this week that the images from routine radar could hint the possibility when and where a sinkhole will form.
For the second day in a row, an asteroid buzzed past Earth.
NASA scientists have discovered a new evidence of past water movement in a Martian meteorite that fell in Antarctica around 50,000 years ago. The new study is focused on structures deep within a 13.7 kilogram meteorite being called as Yamato 000593 (Y000593).
In a quest to find another watery planet with life, NASA's Kepler team has identified 715 new planets that are orbiting stars beyond solar system.
The ongoing cold season is continuing to set records as Great Lakes were seen frozen to levels not seen in two decades in the images released by NASA. The reason being thought is the frigid air coming down from the Arctic.
A new pointing system called Wallops Arc Second Pointer (WASP) has been developed by scientists at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility that addresses the previous challenges.