In 1975, Welles provided narration for the short documentary 'Who’s Out There?,' which explored a range of theories and beliefs about alien life.
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The space agency now has an official division for investigating reports of flying objects.
Jeremy Hansen, Victor Glover, Christina Koch, and Reid Wiseman will make up the crew of Artemis II when it launches in 2024.
In 1972, Apollo 16 commander John Young walked on the moon—and broke some wind.
In addition to capturing spectacles millions of light years away, the James Webb Space Telescope can also show us planets like Jupiter from a fresh perspective.
Though Nichelle Nichols was best known for her role as Lieutenant Uhura on 'Star Trek,' she also played a key role in the formation of NASA’s Space Shuttle Program and inspired generations of STEM leaders.
Buzz Aldrin used the felt-tip pen to activate an engine switch, saving the lives of everyone on board.
NASA has released the deepest, clearest images of the universe ever captured.
Look out for a NASA rocket launch Monday night if you live in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, or West Virginia.
Find out more about the life of Kitty O'Brien Joyner, NASA's first female engineer.
The booster is set to collide with the moon in days, but no one seems to be taking responsibility for it.
Buzz Aldrin is best known as the second astronaut to walk on the moon, but he also holds a Guinnnes World Record.
Farming on Mars may not be as easy as it looks in 2015’s ‘The Martian,’ but a new Heinz ketchup suggests it might be possible.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is looking to monetize the space debris clogging the stars with Privateer, a kind of galactic garbage company.
More than half a year after NASA’s Mars rover, Perseverance, landed on the Red Planet, it secured its first pet rock.