Space Shuttle Fuel Tank Arrives In Marina Del ReyNASA's ET-94 cleared the breakwater and traveled through the marina at 6:00 a.m. Wednesday.
Shuttle Fuel Tank Set To Arrive In Los Angeles WednesdayA 66,000-pound external fuel tank designed for one-time use in launching a space shuttle departed San Diego Tuesday for the final leg of its journey to the Los Angeles area and its new home at the California Science Center.
NASA Announces 1,284 New Planets -- Largest Finding Yet By Planet-Hunting TelescopeThe Milky Way has just gotten a lot more crowded — with planets.
NASA Pays Tribute To Prince With Purple NebulaNASA shared an image Thursday afternoon of a purple nebula to honor Prince.
Space Shuttle Tank Begins Journey To Los AngelesET-94, a massive external fuel tank built for the space shuttle program but never used in flight, is on an ocean barge bound for Los Angeles.
SpaceX Cargo Mission To Carry Fungi For Experiments, Inflatable Habitat To Space Station A rocket set for launch from Cape Canaveral on April 8 will carry fungi to the International Space Station for experiments in developing new medicines for use in space and on Earth.
Record Number Of Astronaut Wannabes Apply To NASANASA announced Friday it received a record number of applicants — some 18,300 — for its next astronaut class. That's more than double the previous record of 8,000 for the first space shuttle astronaut class in 1978. This time, NASA hit social media hard to promote the openings.
New NASA Technology Might Unlock Secrets Of El Nino And Provide Better Future Weather ForecastsThe new technology was unveiled Friday at Edwards Air Force Base.
Full Moon To Grace Christmas Sky For First Time Since 1977If you plan on staying up all night on Christmas Eve drinking eggnog, go outside and gaze into the sky. You will see a lunar rarity before dawn on Christmas day, a UC Riverside astronomer said.
Giant Asteroid To Fly Pass Earth, Full Moon To Appear On ChristmasThe moon is expected to reach full phase at 3:11 a.m. Friday.
NASA Scientist On El Nino: 'You'll Essentially Be Riding Your Kayak In Front Of Your Home'NASA scientist Bill Patzert is aware many Southern California residents are waiting to see the well-hyped El Niño produce some rain.
NASA To Soon Accept Applications For Astronauts For Space MissionsNASA says it’ll soon be looking for the next class of explorers for space missions, including the agency’s journey to Mars.