Even the most iconic moments in American history can start to seem a little shopworn after a while. The flag-raising at Iwo Jima
There wasn’t a cloud in the sky early Friday when Dave Samuels trained his telescopes at the moon, hoping to catch a glimpse of a NASA rocket striking the lunar landscape. “We saw nothing,” he said
NASA crashed a rocket and a satellite into the moon’s surface on Friday morning, a $79 million mission that could determine if there is water on the moon. NASA televised live images of the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, as it crashed into a crater near the moon’s south pole.
It captivated millions of people around the world for eight days in the summer of 1969. It brought glory to the embattled U.S
NASA released newly restored videos Thursday of two U.S. astronauts taking the world’s first steps on the moon. The images were released just four days before the 40th anniversary of the historic event that captivated the world on July 20, 1969
Humans are a step closer to returning to the moon after NASA launched a lunar orbiter Thursday to provide a comprehensive survey of our nearest celestial neighbor.
Say this for the U.S. space program: we may have spent the last 40 years mostly ignoring the moon, but when we go back, we go back with a bang
NASA has rescheduled the launch of space shuttle Endeavour for 5:40 a.m. ET Wednesday, pushing back the planned launch of a separate lunar mission. The shuttle had been set to launch Saturday, but a gaseous hydrogen leak forced postponement