NASA's 1st All-Female Spacewalk Cancelled Because Of Spacesuit SizingTwo female astronauts had been scheduled to make history on the International Space Station Friday but it won't happen because there aren't enough spacesuits that fit the women properly.
American-Built SpaceX Capsule Ends Test Flight With Ocean SplashdownSpaceX's new crew capsule has returned to Earth, ending its first test flight with an old-fashioned splashdown.
1st Commercially Built Spacecraft With A Dummy Aboard Docks At ISSA SpaceX capsule with just a test dummy aboard docked smoothly with the International Space Station on Sunday.
SpaceX Debuts New Crew Capsule In Crucial Test FlightSpaceX closes in on human spaceflight with this weekend's debut of a new capsule designed for astronauts.
Ferocious Dust Storm Dooms Mars Rover 'Opportunity' After 15 Years On Red PlanetFlight controllers tried numerous times to make contact, and sent one final series of recovery commands Tuesday night. There was no response from space.
A Selfie For The Road As NASA's Curiosity Moves Across MarsIt may be a bit much... but it seems now even the machines are taking selfies and NASA's Curiosity rover is no exception.
Blue Origin Shoots NASA Experiments Into SpaceJeff Bezos' rocket company, Blue Origin, has launched NASA experiments into space on a brief test flight.
NASA: Icy Object Past Pluto Looks Like Reddish SnowmanA NASA spacecraft, 4 billion miles from Earth, yielded its first close-up pictures Wednesday and they depict what looks like a reddish snowman.
NASA Spacecraft Opens New Year At Tiny, Icy World Past PlutoThe NASA spacecraft that yielded the first close-up views of Pluto opened the year 2019 at an even more distant world.
First Images Sent Back From InSight Mars Lander Moments After TouchdownSpace lovers are anxiously awaiting for NASA to land its latest spacecraft this afternoon— a vehicle called InSight that will sit on Mars' surface and listen for quakes during the next two years. 
Mars Landing Looms For NASA; Anxiety Building A Day OutWith just a day to go, NASA's InSight spacecraft aimed for a bull's-eye touchdown on Mars, zooming in like an arrow with no turning back.
NASA Conducts Quiet Sonic Boom Tests Near Texas Gulf CoastNASA is monitoring how residents near the Texas Gulf Coast react to quiet sonic booms from an experimental aircraft that could reduce commercial flight times by half.
Neil Armstrong Memorabilia Fetches $7.5 Million At AuctionMemorabilia that belonged to the first man to set foot on the moon, Neil Armstrong, has fetched more than $7.4 million at a Dallas auction.
Neil Armstrong's Family To Auction Off Personal ArtifactsFlight enthusiasts will soon get a chance to buy items from astronaut Neil Armstrong's personal collection of artifacts.
Oklahoma Astronaut Corn Maze Photographed From SpaceIt's apt that a maze cut into an Oklahoma cornfield featuring the likeness of a former NASA astronaut can be seen from space.