The Deep-Space Gateway is a planned moon-orbital outpost that a number of national space agencies will be working on. The Russians are set to announce that they will now be joining the project.
The Mars Curiosity rover had space junkies transfixed with its images and data sent back to Earth. But if NASA goes to Venus, a much different type of rover will be needed to survive the searing heat.
With some help from ACLU, a NASA engineer and 10 others are suing Customs and Border Protection over "illegal" searches of electronic devices. Sidd Bikkannavar had his phone searched without warrant.
The space agency collaborated with Lucasfilm to create a patch that was representative of enhanced technology and the adventure inherent in exploring the universe, as well as looking to the future.
A team of scientists studied data from two Apollo missions and the Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft and found evidence of water in almost every single lunar deposit that was a result of a volcanic eruption.
In our weekly science round-up, we look at gravitational and quantum anomalies detected in Weyl semimetals, flyover movies of Pluto and its moon, and a robot that can find tiny water leaks in pipes.
The discovery of new Homo sapiens fossils has shown humans have been around for 100 thousand years more than previously thought; the 2017 NASA Astronaut Class; AI average scores; and 5nm transistors.
NASA has kicked off its "Summer of Mars" event at the Kennedy Space Center, starting with a concept manned Mars vehicle. Unfortunately, the Hollywood-esque vehicle will never land on Mars.
Paleontologists have reanalyzed the collagen from fossils and determined that Jurassic Park may never exist; Great Barrier Reef bleaching is worse than ever; and NASA's first neutron star mission.
Juno's mission to Jupiter has delivered its first scientific results with some stunning images; autonomous vehicles could be tested with 99.9 percent less time and costs; and AlphaGo's crowning.
NASA confirmed today that one of Saturn's moons, Enceladus, may have the right conditions to support life. Thanks to geothermal activity, the small moon may be teaming with aquatic organisms.
This week SpaceX has successfully launched its first recycled rocket into space, a 'unique' variety of potato for agriculture on Mars has been found, and the latest on human brain implants.
NASA has selected the Galactic/Extragalactic ULDB Spectroscopic Terahertz Observatory (GUSTO) mission to conduct and study the chaotic cosmic matter that exists between stars in the Milky Way.
Scientists continue research on how to produce hydrogen fuel from water, a "carbon law" to achieve zero emissions is proposed, and NASA wants to use lasers to connect Mars to Earth's internet.
NASA has started using HoloLens to help construct the Mars 2020 rover. NASA developed an application called ProtoSpace to display a computer-generated model on the HoloLens devices at life-like scale.
Everything becomes obsolete eventually, but new software could be the key to knowing when that new hardware will kick the bucket. DigitalClone is planned to be publicly released in 2016 or 2017.
Microsoft teamed up with NASA on 'Project Sidekick', exploring the use of its HoloLens headset on the International Space Station, which included the first Skype call from the ISS to Mission Control.
With virtual reality on the verge of becoming mainstream, NASA has teamed up with game developers to create an VR experience that will take you to Mars without having to leave Earth.
Decades after the Apollo missions ended, NASA has now made some 13,000 images from the missions available to an organization that is preserving them online at flickr, totally unedited.
Microsoft and NASA are teaming up to take the Hololens into orbit on June 28th, the augmented reality device is being piloted to help astronauts work in space.
NASA has debuted its remote driving electric vehicle. The Modular Robotic Vehicle (MRV) has some fantastic features, but don't expect it to hit show floors any time soon.
NASA scientists think something as simple as a child's toy design may help the problem of landing astronauts on Mars and is currently working on a solution.
Thanks to lasers, fiber optics and a lot of brain power NASA has managed to get broadband internet on the moon with speeds averaging 19 Mbps - higher than the UK national average according to Ofcom.
Google's recently revealed 'Project Tango' 3D mapping smartphone will be going up in space this May to the International Space Station to see if it can be used by robots to fly inside the ISS.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is already using the preview version of Microsoft's Kinect for Windows v2 hardware and software to control a robotic arm with the help of the Oculus Rift VR product.
In two days time, the Curiosity Rover will have been on the surface of Mars for one (Earth) year, and to mark the occasion NASA has put together a two minute timelapse video of its travels.
A security slip up at the IEEE has caused 100,000 passwords of members to be released in plain text, and being available publicly online for over a month.
Peter Molyneux has announced that his upcoming PC puzzle game Curiosity will be delayed and must get a new name due to a conflict with the NASA Mars rover which uses the same name.
Are you addicted to the Angry Birds franchise? Well, if so then the new entry in the franchise may be right up your alley. Angry Birds Space is a collaborative effort between NASA and Rovio.
Today marks a extremely sad moment in US history, the end of the Space Shuttle program. STS135, the mission name for the final shuttle mission of Atlantis, the last shuttle to visit the ISS, was...
Today marks the end of an era; NASA has successfully launched a Shuttle into orbit for the last time. On this launch, the crew took along a few extra items that you may not have...
NASA and two astronauts aboard the International Space Station are gearing up for two emergency space walks to repair the cooling systems after half of the units shutdown unexpectedly Saturday. While NASA says that...
Lance who? For the first time ever, an unassisted 'tweet' was sent from outer space down to Earth. In a press release issued on January 22nd, NASA reported that TJ Creamer, currently on board the...
Reaching yet another milestone, Apple's App Store has broken the 100,000 approved applications mark. According to TheNextWeb, Apple has approved 101,713 applications and games. Of course, not all of these are available immediately as many...
After undergoing repair, Hubble is back online and is producing images that are both clear and the most detailed we have ever seen. The mission took place in May to update the aging telescope...
A backyard astronomer has discovered that Jupiter was recently impacted by an asteroid or a comet leaving a large mark on the surface of the planet. On July 19th Anthony Wesley was photographing Jupiter's...
There is nothing routine about a spacewalk. Every time someone adventures out of the safety of the space station they are risking their lives in an environment humans are not able to survive. Yesterday,...
Update: The videos are now online and can be viewed below. Neowin recently reported that footage of the July 1969 live broadcast of the Apollo 11 moonwalk had been recovered after being lost for nearly...
Article updated, please see updates below When NASA put a man on the moon it was a triumph of achievement for the US as it showed its technical capabilities and its dedication to space...
The shuttles that NASA uses to fly to space currently use measurements in the form of pounds and feet as opposed to the more widely adopted meters and newtons. The upcoming shuttle replacement will...