The latest news on NASA
Thunderstorms on the Brazilian horizon, as seen from the International Space Station.
The intrepid rover was driving backwards in April when it became stuck in a patch of Martian sand.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft performs flyby of Saturn's moon, Enceladus.
Extending a bird-watching system, a team devises method for real-time spotting of dangerous debris.
A sting operation targeted Stewart Nozette, a former NASA scientist who helped find water on the moon.
NASA takes the first step in a back-to-the-moon program.
Committee concludes that the rocket set to replace the space shuttle is too expensive.
Independent panel says NASA's plan to revisit the moon is the wrong mission.
The Ares I-X is intended to carry astronauts into orbit, possibly by 2015.
New images reveal worthwhile data for NASA's LCROSS moon mission.