06.30.06 - The crew launch vehicle will be called Ares I, and the cargo launch vehicle will be known as Ares V.› View This Video
06.16.06 - Last month, NASA astronomers watched a meteoroid blast a hole in the lunar Sea of Clouds. Their video of the event is a must-see.› Listen to Story →
06.05.06 - NASA's ten field centers will each play a vital role in the Constellation Program, developing the spacecraft that will take humans back to the moon.
06.01.06 - Every day, more than a metric ton of meteoroids hits the moon.› Listen to Story →
05.22.06 - A 22-year veteran of prospecting and mining on Earth has some no-nonsense advice for lunar explorers.› Listen to Story →
05.09.06 - A team of NASA engineers and Canadian scientists test a futuristic planetary drill at the Eureka Weather Station on Ellesmere Island in Canada’s Nunavut province, about 690 miles from the North Pole.
05.09.06 - NASA will have two scientific instruments on India's maiden voyage to the moon.
04.10.06 - Spacecraft will launch with the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter in 2008.
04.14.06 - Same terrific power! Less annoying radiation!
02.14.06 - Olympic aerialist Eric Bergoust discusses the wonderful possibilities of ski jumping on the moon.› Listen to Story →
02.08.06 - If winter Olympic Games were held on the moon, where would they be? The lunar Alps, of course.› Listen to Story →
01.30.06 - Long after the last Apollo astronaut left the moon, a mystery lingers: Why does moondust smell like gunpowder?› Listen to Story →
01.30.06 - Apollo astronaut Jack Schmitt says skiing on the moon is possible, and he has a new way to do it.› Listen to Story →
01.30.06 - Apollo astronauts noticed something very strange about shadows on the moon› Listen to Story →
12.23.05 - NASA astronomers spot a rare lunar meteor strike.› View This Video
12.09.05 - NASA's robotic explorers are showing us Mars is much more than just the "red planet."› Part 2
11.17.05 - A full-sized mockup of the Crew Exploration Vehicle's cockpit helps engineers visualize what drawings and diagrams cannot show.
10.19.05 - NASA scientists are using the Hubble Space Telescope to hunt for resources on the lunar surface.› View This Video
Before the end of the next decade, NASA astronauts will again explore the surface of the moon.› View This Video
09.06.05 - Arizona's high desert provides a Mars-like proving ground for some of NASA's latest equipment.