The space agency says it is studying the implications of delaying the retirement of the shuttle fleet, now set for 2010, so that the incoming president and Congress can consider their options.
After a decade at the final frontier, Star Trek: The Experience is going where no Las Vegas Strip attraction wants to go.
NASA's Opportunity rover has emerged from the gaping crater it has explored for nearly a year
Venus will be visible low above the western horizon after sunset. If you're lucky you might catch Mars and Mercury too.
The virus recently found on a space station laptop is only the latest extraterrestrial computer glitch
A computer worm found on a station laptop is benign, but its discovery is a 'wake-up call' to fortify computer security in space
A device designed to detect leaks on the space shuttle could help pinpoint cancer cells during brain surgery
For the first time in five years, the international space station changed course on Wednesday to avoid a piece of space junk — in this case, satellite debris that the Russians have insisted wasn't there.
The glowing Crab Nebula, a spectacular and colorful object famously imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope, represents the leftovers from a supernova explosion observed by Chinese and Arab astronomers in 1054 C.E.
Charged particles are being accelerated to near-light speeds by a doughnut-shaped magnetic field around the nebula's famous pulsar