Santa Monica-based Deep Space Industries is working toward the world’s first fleet of commercial asteroid-prospecting spacecraft by 2015.
Volunteers are pulling on their Santa hats, phone lines are in place and wall-size tracking screens are ready. NORAD Tracks Santa is primed for its 57th annual goodwill mission.
On a day when all of us give thanks for the simple blessings in our lives, many Southland residents are also giving back.
Opening statements are expected to begin in a lawsuit by a former NASA mission specialist who claims he was fired for his beliefs in intelligent design.
A veteran LAPD police sergeant was out on bail Friday after his arrest on charges of workers’ compensation fraud.
The winds may have died down, but the damage left behind at one Southland mission may require divine intervention to repair.
KFWB NEWS TALK 980 will spotlight downtown Los Angeles all day as the station continues its monthly close-up look at communities throughout Southern California.
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Shuttle Endeavour glided onto the tarmac at Kennedy Space Center early Wednesday morning after more than two weeks in orbit.
It may not look like your conventional wheelchair, but millions just like these have given the gift of mobility to people across the world who can’t afford a wheelchair.
A team of scientists advising NASA on where in the solar system to explore next has come up with a wish list.
Steve Lindsey, a 1978 graduate of Temple City High School, will be the commander of the space shuttle Discovery on its final mission, which is set to launch Thursday from the Kennedy Space Center.
If you don’t mind facing some stiff competition — and spending the rest of your life on the Red Planet — this could be the opportunity of a lifetime.
The Fred Jordan Mission is passing out truckloads of free school supplies to families in need.