Astronaut Tweets Superb Image Of Moon Shot By SpaceshipFormer NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio's tweet Monday brought both awe and some skepticism from followers.
Twitter Lights Up With 95th Birthday Wishes For John GlennJohn Glenn is being showered with birthday recognition. The first American to orbit the Earth was trending on Twitter on Monday as he turned 95.
One Pilot Aboard Ill-Fated Bell Helicopter IdentifiedOne of two Bell Helicopter employees killed when their experimental chopper crashed Wednesday was identified as Jason Grogan from Euless.
Neil Young Continues Revolutionary Streak With "Earth"Neil Young's upcoming album "Earth" is a collection of 13 live songs interspersed with the sounds of crickets, frogs, crows, bees and other animals that the artist recorded in his backyard.
Mars, Earth, Sun Line Up Perfectly This WeekendSky-watchers, gazing to the southeast at nightfall, can enjoy a brighter, seemingly bigger Mars into June.
International Space Station Makes 100,000th Orbit Of EarthOne-hundred-thousand laps around Earth, and the International Space Station is still sailing right along.
Mission To Mars Finalist Is A Texas NativeThe Mars One Project is a one way mission.
Lost Hummingbird Gets Lift From St. Paul To TexasA rufous hummingbird has finally made its way south for the winter after accidentally ending up in Minnesota.
Mars Rover Holds Off-Earth Distance RecordNASA officials said Monday that Opportunity drove 157 feet over the weekend, which was enough to surpass the miles covered by the Soviet Union's Lunokhod 2 rover.
Viral Video: Earth 360Our Viral Video today - sometimes, a viral video doesn’t have to be silly or weird. Sometimes, it can just gorgeous.
Two North Texas Men Plan Trip To Mars… On A One-Way TicketTwo North Texas men want to be part of a program to send earthlings to Mars and colonize it. They are among 200,000 people from around the world who signed up to participate in “Mars One."
NASA Soliciting 'Global Selfies' To Celebrate Earth DayNASA is celebrating Earth Day on Tuesday by asking you -- and everyone else on the planet -- to take part in the agency's 'Global Selfie' event.