NASA is continuing to diagnose a problem with the payload computer on the Hubble Space Telescope after completing another set of tests on June 23 and 24.
After their initial blast, space rockets shoot away from the Earth with rumbles in infrasound, soundwaves too low to be heard by human ears that can travel thousands of miles.
NASA's Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope team recently flight-certified all 24 of the detectors the mission needs.
Water production on the surface of the Moon is now feasible thanks to a chemical-physical process that allows oxygen to be extracted from regolith (lunar sand).
The Center for Research and Exploration in Space Science & Technology II (CRESST II), a partnership between NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center and four universities--led by researchers at the University of Maryland, College Park's (UMD) Department of Astronomy--has received an extension of its cooperative agreement through March 2027 and been funded in the amount of $178 million.
New data collected from the atmosphere of Venus could reveal why Earth’s ‘twin’ grew up so differently.
NASA has a long tradition of unexpected discoveries, and the space program's TESS mission is no different.
The fact that the Sun’s corona is significantly higher in temperature than expected is a long-standing puzzle. New research shows this problem could be solved by mini solar flares, nicknamed ‘campfires.’
NASA’s Perseverance rover is continuing to make history as its onboard device MOXIE creates oxygen on Mars for the first time in history.
Every few years, NASA creates Space Technology Research Institutes (STRI) in areas it believes are going to be strategic for future technology and space missions.