NASA's DART mission could help make our planet safer

NASA and several partners are exploring how to prevent an asteroid from slamming into the earth. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test, known as DART, will travel for nearly a year to reach the asteroid and attempt to knock it off course.

One step closer to the moon

NASA just shared its plan to get back to the moon. The agency wants to launch its Artemis test flight as early as February, 2022.

Engineers troubleshoot Starliner capsule

Boeing's Starliner capsule is heading back to the factory for further assessment before it is ready for launch. It was supposed to be sent into orbit atop a ULA Atlas V rocket on July 30 but was delayed. A new launch date has not been set.

NASA wants to expand commercial capabilities of ISS

NASA is looking to expand the commercial capabilities of the International Space Station. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson spoke about the future of the ISS at Cape Canaveral on Tuesday. He highlighted the efforts of private companies, which are playing a larger role in research on the outpost.

NASA unveils first results from Mars Perseverance Rover

The Perseverance Rover is hard at work, searching for signs of ancient life on Mars. After five months of experiments and research, NASA shared its first scientific results on Wednesday. The rover landed on the Red Planet in February.

NASA Administrator Nelson confident in space agency's budget

President Joe Biden selected former Florida senator Bill Nelson to increase our commitment to space exploration and the space agency’s observation of Earth. Nelson is using his experience in Washington to try to move Biden’s multi-billion budget through Congress.

Nelson confident in space agency's budget, mission

President Joe Biden selected former Florida senator Bill Nelson to increase our commitment to space exploration and the space agency’s observation of Earth. Nelson is using his experience in Washington to try to move Biden’s multi-billion budget through Congress.