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2 NASA astronauts will drive a Tesla Model X out to their SpaceX rocket before launching on a historic space mission
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine tweeted four photos of astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley's launchpad transport car on Wednesday.
‘I’m super fired up’: Elon Musk and NASA are ecstatic after acing a ‘risky’ safety test of SpaceX’s new Crew Drago...
Elon Musk said an abort test of SpaceX's new Crew Dragon spaceship was "picture perfect" and brings the company a step closer to launching astronauts.
"I'm sticking by that — it's the way I learned it and I'm committed to it," NASA's Jim Bridenstine said while touring the University of Colorado.
3 Apollo astronauts say they support Trump’s plan to land people on the moon — but NASA would need to make two big changes
NASA says the first woman and the next man will walk upon the lunar surface in 5 years. Apollo astronauts are excited by the idea, but also skeptical.
Administrator Jim Bridenstine said that money would come on top of NASA's existing budget and would be spread out over five years.
NASA says it needs a $1.6 billion ‘down payment’ from Congress to send astronauts back to the moon within 5 years
Jim Bridenstine, NASA's administrator, says the space agency needs more money to send people to the moon in 2024 as part of its "Artemis" program.
NASA chief warns that people need to take the threat of a meteor crashing into Earth much more seriously
Jim Bridenstine, NASA's administrator, said the threat of a meteor crashing into Earth is bigger than we might think.
NASA’s administrator lavishly praised an influential Evangelical ministry during its $10,000-a-table fundraiser. Some experts say his speech vio...
NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine spoke at a Capitol Ministries fundraiser in February. Experts say he may have broken federal ethics rules.
NASA administrator: ‘The US is returning to the surface of the moon, and we’re doing it sooner than you think!’
NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine is about to reveal partnerships with Astrobotic and other US companies that hope to return the US to the moon.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told The Washington Post that learning about climate change led him to change his position to agree with mainstream science.