Now in its mapping orbit, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has snapped its best-quality image of the Apollo 11 landing site to date.
NASA and JPL have partnered with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum to host a workshop for kids on Sat., Nov. 7, in Cooperstown, N.Y.
Learn about the milestones in the countdown of the Ares I-X rocket!
A small, dedicated team showcases NASA's entrepreneurial spirit with the assembly and rollout of the Ares I-X rocket.
Apollo-era crawler transports third-generation space vehicle to the launch pad.
The Ares I-X will carry homemade videos to mark flight test.
NASA’s Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) was a smashing success, returning tantalizing data about the Centaur impact before the spacecraft itself impacted the surface of the moon.
The faint but distinct flash was only a few pixels wide in the LCROSS cameras and lasted only a brief moment but it will yield valuable information about the composition of the material at the impact site.
NASA and engineering support contractors completed a demonstration test of the main parachute test equipment for the Orion crew exploration vehicle October 2 at the U.S Army’s Yuma Proving Grounds in Yuma, Ariz.
LRO has made detailed observations to support the LCROSS selection of a lunar south pole crater for its October 9 impact.