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NASA built 5 Apollo lunar landers that never launched into space. Here’s what happened to the historic moon ships.
When Congress canceled NASA's final Apollo missions, it had extra moon landers on its hands. Three are in museums, and two might have been scrapped.
The incredible life of Sally Ride, who became the 1st American woman in space after answering an ad in her college paper
Sally Ride went to space twice for Space Shuttle Challenger missions, and spent her life spreading her passion for science.
Read the 40-word letter astronaut Sally Ride wrote to NASA that led to her becoming the 1st American woman in space
Sally Ride went to space twice, and spent her life spreading a passion for science and advocating for better science education.
Jupiter, Saturn and the moon will align in a rare phenomenon from June 14 to 19 – here’s when you can see it in Singapore
The phenomenon will take place while the moon is in its "waxing gibbous" phase and can be best viewed after 11pm, said Science Centre Singapore.
Administrator Jim Bridenstine said that money would come on top of NASA's existing budget and would be spread out over five years.
NASA researchers exposed spiders to different chemicals, like caffeine and weed, and noted how differently they spin webs under the influence of each.
If the Deep Space Atomic Clock experiment works, it could enable future robots and astronauts to navigate through space without help from Earth.
Scientists have discovered a mysterious lump on the moon’s far side, and it’s 5 times bigger than Hawaii’s Big Island
Gravitational data suggest the anomaly is the metallic core of a giant asteroid that's hiding 190 miles beneath the lunar South Pole-Aitken Basin.
NASA is opening the space station to $35,000-a-night visits. A tourist who paid Russia $30 million to get there a decade ago says it’s a ‘...
Richard Garriott, who spent two weeks visiting the space station in 2008, said NASA used to fight the idea of private ISS visitors.
"Mars is part of the moon sounds like collusion to me," tweeted former Obama White House photographer Pete Souza in response to Trump's tweet.