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.
NASA Captures Images Of Skull-Shaped Asteroid That Flew By Earth On HalloweenNASA has captured detailed images of a so-called spooky asteroid that flew by Earth on Halloween.
NASA's JPL Says El Nino Will Likely Double Southern California Rainfall For WinterA leading scientist revealed strong evidence that California may receive twice its regular rainfall this winter, which has prompted many residents living in the foothills to begin preparations.
NASA Gives 99-Percent Probability Of 5.0 Earthquake In LAIf scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena are correct, a moderately-sized earthquake is expected within the next two-and-a-half years.
Asteroid Expected To Fly By Earth On Halloween, NASA SaysAn asteroid is expected to fly-by Earth this Halloween.
NASA Says Orionid Meteor Shower Will Peak This WeekThe National Aeronautics and Space Administration an Orionid meteor will peak this week.
NASA Announces Discovery Of Free-Flowing Water On MarsNASA announced Monday that a source of free-flowing water has been discovered on the surface of Mars.
Mars Mystery Solved? NASA Says It’ll Announce 'Major Science Finding' MondayThe National Aeronautics and Space Administration says it plans to discuss a "major science finding" as it relates to Mars this week, but few details were released.
NASA Gives $1.3M Grant To CSUN Professor To Study Possible Soil Ties To Extraterrestrial LifeA Cal State Northridge professor has been awarded $1.3 million grant to search for signs of extraterrestrial life in the frozen soil of Earth.
NASA Report Finds Excessive Groundwater Pumping May Be Sinking CaliforniaScientists say some areas in California's Central Valley are sinking nearly two inches every month due to massive amounts of groundwater are pumped during the historic drought.
Tanks From Retired Shuttle Endeavour Going To Space StationThe space shuttle Endeavour is retired and on display at the California Science Center, but it's still contributing to the space program.
Angelenos Escape To Rural Areas To Get Stellar View Of Perseid Meteor ShowerAs Southern California enters into the prime of the astronomical viewing event of the year, Los Angeles residents are looking to get away from the city to get a front-row view.