The AMS will be the most advanced charge particle detector flown in space, increasing our knowledge of antimatter and dark matter.
Space Shuttle Endeavour launched to the International Space Station on May 16, carrying with it a mix of research to be performed.
Potable water is one of the primary and most important assets for human survival, and stowage in space comes at a premium.
Starting Tuesday, May 10, engineers and scientists will begin work on the ocean floor to ensure they're prepared for October's NEEMO mission.
NASA's Human Research Program cosponsored an opportunity for youths to participate in the competition at the 18th Humans In Space Symposium.
The very idea of spiders in space brings to mind campy, black and white horror films involving eight-legged monsters.
Four commercial companies will continue development of commercial rockets and spacecraft capable of safely flying astronauts into orbit and to the ISS.
The price of gas is skyrocketing, but thankfully so is a potential mitigation.
Forty-five student teams from 23 states put their rocketry skills to the test at the 10th annual NASA Student Launch Projects challenge April 16.
Preserving samples aboard the International Space Station is critical because refrigeration repair companies don't make house calls in space.
Forty-five years after its first Saturn V rocket stage test the A-2 Test Stand prepares for its third major rocket engine test project.
NASA "puts the squeeze" on a large rocket test section.
Watch live coverage as engineers test an aluminum-lithium rocket fuel tank on Wed., Mar. 23, at 10:30 a.m. EDT.
Mission X uses the same skills used to train astronauts to motivate physical education for students around the globe.
NASA's Stennis Space Center is testing Aerojet’s AJ26 engines for commercial cargo flights to the International Space Station.
NASA EDGE webcasts live during the Sun Earth Day Tweetup at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Sat., March 19, 2011 at 2 pm EDT.
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter team released the final set of data from the mission's exploration phase.
Observing wine in a glass is a good way to see and understand a surface-tension experiment being performed in space.