Many women and men have realized their dreams of flying in space. They all began by submitting an application to become an astronaut. Here's how.
The perks that come with spending days without gravity are out of this world! Here are a few things astronauts enjoy about living in space.
Quilting blocks aligned to create an out-of-this-world star quilt that pulled together the talents of an astronaut and crafters from all over earth.
Research suggests that ancient Earth might have had an extraterrestrial supply of vitamin B3 delivered by carbon-rich meteorites.
Behold some amazing views of the sun as you've never seen it before before - with tendrils and flares, storms and explosions.
NASA's Kepler mission has confirmed the first near-Earth-like planet in the 'habitable zone' around a sun-like star.
A statement made by Neil deGrasse Tyson, released after NASA debuted a new image of Earth on the 46th anniversary of the 1969 moon walk.
The Big Rip is predicated on a type of phantom dark energy that gets stronger over time, and in in 22 billion years, material objects will fall apart.
Assuming NASA doesn't hire you to be an astronaut, is there any way you can one day go to space? There might be!
If you've ever watched astronauts, you're bound to wonder at some point: Where do they go to the bathroom?
Research shows that more than four billion years ago, the surface of ancient Earth was mixed, buried and melted as a result of giant asteroid impacts.