• William Shatner Can’t Stop Talking About His Trek to the Stars

    In October of last year, William Shatner went where no actor had gone before when he was shot into space aboard Blue Origin's NS-18 rocket. Shatner was 90 years old at the time, making him the oldest person to take a voyage to the stars.

  • Etienne Klein: French Scientist Posts Picture of Chorizo on Twitter

  • James Webb Space Telescope: Chorizo Slice Is Stand-In for Distant Star

  • How the James Webb Space Telescope Helps the Search for Alien Life

  • James Webb Space Telescope: An Astronomer Explains the Stunning First Images

  • James Webb Space Telescope: Astronomer Reveals Details About How It Works

    It has taken eight months to test and calibrate all of the instruments and modes of the James Webb Space Telescope. A scientist on the team explains what it took to get Webb up and running.

  • Sagittarius A*: See the First Photo of a Black Hole in the Milky Way

  • Scientists Are Sending a New Message Into Space With Hopes of Reaching Aliens

  • What Happened to the Moon on March 4, 2022?

  • This Day in Houston History: Pioneer 10 Launched in 1972

  • Houston History: Columbia Space Shuttle Breaks Apart on Re-entry

    It has been nine years since NASA's most recent tragedy, when the seven crew members of space shuttle Columbia died as they reentered the atmosphere over north Texas February 1, 2003.

  • Texas Company Sold Possibly Tainted Fuel to NASA for SpaceX Rocket Launches: Feds

  • Today in Houston History: NASA Announces Discovery of TRAPPIST-1

  • Today in Houston History: Mars Opportunity Rover Dies Feb. 13, 2019

  • Today in Houston History: Bruce McCandless Goes on First Untethered Space Walk

  • Today in Houston History: Challenger Explodes January 28, 1986

  • Today in Houston History: New Horizons Launches in Mission to Pluto

  • This Month in Houston History: Apollo 1 Crew Dies in Fire January 27, 1967

  • James Webb Space Telescope: How to Launch a Giant Telescope

  • This Week in Houston History: Apollo 17 Lands December 19, 1972, Ending Program

    This week in Houston's history contained major historical moments for the NASA space program, Apollo, which concluded December 19, 1972, with the successful landing of Apollo 17.

  • This Week in Houston History: Texas Joins the Union, City Annexes New Territory

  • Partial Lunar Eclipse Live Stream: Watch the Beaver Moon Online

  • Lunar Eclipse Map: Where You Can See the Beaver Moon Tonight

  • What Time is the Partial Lunar Eclipse & How Long Will the Beaver Moon Last?

  • Russian Anti-Satellite Weapon Test: What Happened & What Are the Risks?

    Russia destroyed one of its old satellites during a successful test of an anti-satellite weapon. A space security expert explains what this weapon was and the dangers of the expanding debris field.

  • Captain Janeway Not Sure She Wants to Follow in Kirk’s Footsteps

  • The Unflappable William Shatner Returns to Earth Stunned, Full of Emotion 

  • William Shatner Tells Comic Con Attendees He’s ‘Terrified’ of Going to Space

  • WATCH: SNL Mocks Billionaires in Space With ‘Star Trek’ Themed Sketch

  • New Details About William Shatner’s Space Flight

    William Shatner is all set to boldly go!