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NASA’s Morpheus Lander could someday travel to Mars or the Moon. Watch this amazing new craft take flight.
Imagine this astronaut’s thoughts as he saw a smoke trail start from Manhattan’s southern tip and extend across Long Island.
Expedition 38, the International Space Station’s current group of Cosmonauts, replaced new HD cameras on the exterior and captured some amazing images of Earth from space.
You will feel like you’re actually in space.
Amazing new images of the ringed planet’s mysterious, geometrical monster storm.
The second American to orbit the Earth died today.
At 9:30 PM EDT, watch the live stream here of NASA’s Juno Spacecraft passing through earth’s orbit.
NASA’s 36-year-old spacecraft Voyager 1 has become the first man-made object to make it outside the majority of our sun’s affects. Listen to what it hears here!
Check out a live feed on the rocket launch here!
This morning NASA ended a space walk on the International Space Station early because a leak developed in astronaut Luca Parmitano’s helmet.
NASA’S first astronaut class since 2009 features eight new recruits, four of whom are women — a record for the Administration.
Two American astronauts — a Navy SEAL and a doctor — will venture into space to fix a “serious” leak on the ISS.