NASA astronaut Christina Koch, who lives in Galveston, will remain on board International Space Station for about 11 months, until February — approaching but not quite breaking Scott Kelly's 340-day U.S. record.
An unmanned rocket loaded with 7,400 pounds of cargo for the International Space Station — the first U.S. shipment in months — was grounded by dangerous gusts Saturday.
A week after NASA scientists said data from a satellite that orbits Mars confirmed water pours down craters on the red planet, a Mars rover team has it own big water announcement.
Scientists say red planet appears to have flowing water
Several small streams of salty water are found along the slopes of craters on Mars, NASA officials and scientists announced Monday. The finding, based on data from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, is the strongest evidence that liquid water can be found on the red planet.
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER — Could it be that Mars is home to a vast ocean? Is there proof of life on the Red Planet? Or can it be some of the rock formations on Mars are man — or Martian — made?
SAN ANTONIO — Ten years after Hurricane Katrina formed in the Atlantic, construction of NASA’s next-generation hurricane-observing satellite mission now is underway in Texas.
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER — Kirk Shireman, a 30-year NASA veteran who was most recently the deputy director for the Johnson Space Center, is the new manager of the International Space Station Program.
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER — It may have lasted only about nine minutes and didn't launch anything into space, but Thursday's tests of the RS-25 engine put NASA one step closer to Mars.
HOUSTON — Officials with the Houston Airport System said Tuesday that the Federal Aviation Administration granted a Launch Site License for Ellington Airport.
During the Citizens for Space Exploration advocacy trip to Washington D.C., several members of Congress pledge their support for robust funding for NASA and associated space programs.
About 32 college students from across the country where a big part of the Citizens for Space Exploration human space flight advocacy trip to Washington D.C. this week.
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER — Boeing and SpaceX will share the responsibilities to take astronauts to the International Space Station, NASA officials announced Tuesday.