2 Remaining Apollo 11 Astronauts To Return To Launch Pad On AnniversaryApollo 11's astronauts are returning to the exact spot from where they flew to the moon 50 years ago.
Festivities In Texas & Around The World Mark Anniversary Of Apollo 11 MissionThere are a variety of approaches being taken around the world to remember and mark the moment 50 years ago when Neil Armstrong first stepped foot on the moon.
Astronaut Quits Halfway Through Training, 1st In 50 YearsFor the first time in 50 years, an astronaut-in-training is quitting NASA.
Vice President Pence Coming To Texas To Mark Hurricane Harvey AnniversaryThe Vice President will also receive a briefing on Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts and will give formal remarks.
Astronauts Train On Mock-Up NASA Capsule In Gulf Of MexicoNASA astronauts have been practicing in-the-water exit maneuvers from a mock-up Orion space capsule bobbing in the Gulf of Mexico off Texas.
NASA Picks 12 New Astronauts From 18,300 ApplicantsNASA has chosen 12 new astronauts from its biggest pool of applicants ever. More than 18,300 people threw their hats into the space ring. That's more than double the previous record.
Texas-Resident Scott Kelly Reunited With Relatives After Year In SpaceAh, there's nothing like a blast of fresh, frigid air to welcome you back to the planet after nearly a year cooped up in space. That's the word from astronaut and Texas-resident Scott Kelly.
30 Years Since Challenger: New Voice At Astronauts' MemorialAs families of the lost Challenger astronauts gather with NASA to mark the space shuttle accident's 30th anniversary, there's a new voice to address the crowd.
North Texas Company Helping Launch NASA Space LanderNASA 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.
Space Shuttle Replica Looking For NameTexans 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.
With Shuttle Program Ending, What's Next For NASA?While today's shuttle launch will be the last "blast off" for the foreseeable future, that doesn't mean the folks at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston will be getting a break any time soon. CBS11 was the only North Texas station allowed access to see what NASA's doing when the shuttle program ends.