Years of design, development, and testing have culminated in NASA officially certifying the first commercial spacecraft system in history capable of transporting humans to and from the International Space Station as part of the agency’s Commercial Crew Program.
NASA partners with health stakeholders to study how particulate matter air pollution affects our health
A new NASA satellite mission currently in development promises to take research into the connections between PM air pollution and human health to new heights.
A new study of Greenland’s shrinking ice sheet reveals that many of the island’s glaciers are not only retreating, but are also undergoing other physical changes.
NASA and ESA (European Space Agency) have finalized an agreement to collaborate on the Artemis Gateway to to engage international partners in sustainable lunar exploration and to demonstrate technologies necessary for a future human mission to Mars.
NASA will be testing super foods for space and more on Blue Origin Suborbital Flight and agency’s television and the website will air the company’s webcast, scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. on Sept. 24.
Following a series of critical contract awards and hardware milestones, NASA has shared an update on its Artemis program, including the latest Phase 1 plans to land the first woman and the next man on the surface of the Moon in 2024.
The ice in one of the world’s highest concentrations of non-polar glaciers could see significant melting before the end of the century, potentially affecting sea levels around the globe, according to a new computer model from the NASA Sea Level Science Team.