NASA, White House Team Up On Asteroid Emergency PlanThe White House Office of Science and Technology Policy is spearheading a 10-year plan to improve detection of near-Earth asteroids and comets that could crash into Earth.
Woman Sues NASA To Keep Moon Dust Gift From Neil ArmstrongA woman is suing NASA over a gift she claims was given to her by the first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong.
NASA Finds Potential Building Blocks Of Life On Mars"We found organic molecules in rocks from an ancient lakebed," said Jen Eigenbrode, a research scientist and astrobiologist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. "Those organic molecules could have come from life."
Alan Bean, Astronaut Who Walked On The Moon, Dies At 86"I became an astronaut because they were flying higher and faster and further than anything else."
Postal Service Launches Sally Ride StampThe first woman in space, astronaut and physicist Sally Ride, is getting her own postage stamp.
Spacewalk Astronauts Work On "Leaky" And "Frosty" PumpsMore than 15 years ago, Frosty lost heater power because of an unrelated problem elsewhere in the station.
NASA Sending Helicopter To Mars, Aiming For An Aviation FirstThe hope is that aircraft like this one -- flying mechanical scouts -- will eventually give scientists another vantage point from which to observe Mars.
Astronaut Gets Purdue Degree In SpaceNASA astronaut Andrew Feustel is over the moon after he received an honorary doctoral degree.
NASA Artists Use Science To Draw Alien Planets And GalaxiesIf you've ever seen an image of another world or a galaxy far, far away from NASA, it likely came from two scientists turned artists in California.
Uranus Smells Like Rotten Eggs, Scientists ConfirmIt likely won't get any easier for the seventh planet in our solar system as a new report has confirmed that Uranus does actually stink like bad gas.
Astronaut Scott Kelly Now Has Different DNA Than His Identical Twin Brother After One Year In SpaceWhile Scott Kelly's height and 93 percent of his DNA returned to normal after returning to Earth, NASA confirmed that seven percent of his genes have remained changed and may stay that way.
LEGO's Women Of NASA Ready For Liftoff Nov. 1A new LEGO set honoring the pioneering women of NASA, including Chicago native Mae Jemison, will go on sale Nov. 1.