NASA is working on the next generation of space lander and a company from right here in North Texas is helping. Dozens of tests are putting the Morpheus Lander through the paces in Texas.
Nature’s fireworks are filling the skies tonight as the Perseid meteor shower hits its peak.
Trekkies arrived in Houston decked out in full-blown “Star Trek” outfits to see the official landing of the legendary Galileo shuttlecraft, not far from NASA’s Mission Control.
Forty-three years after Apollo 11 made the first moon landing, on July 20, 1969, we know more about what’s beyond plant Earth. Yet, there’s still much more to learn.
Texans are being given the chance to name the full-sized space shuttle replica that will be displayed at Johnson Space Center’s official visitor center in Houston.
An asteroid coming close to the earth next week doesn’t have much of a name. But then again, it is just passing by.
NASA will honor the seven astronauts who perished when the Columbia space shuttle was destroyed 10 years ago. The agency will mark the anniversary at a public memorial in Florida.
Many parts of Texas have scheduled events to mark the 10th anniversary of the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, but UTA has a very personal reason to mark the date.
One morning, nearly 10 years ago, Barry McCool remembers watching his son’s space shuttle fly more than 40 miles above his Las Vegas home. But Columbia never landed.
Authorities said that the inventor of a computer virus, that infiltrated a million computers worldwide and opened the door for the theft of at least $50 million, has pleaded guilty.
The White House issued an official response to a petition calling for the United States government to secure resources and funding, and begin construction of a Death Star by 2016.
Dec. 21., 2012 will not mark the end of the world – and NASA is out to prove it in a recently released video entitled “Why the World Didn’t End Yesterday”.