The National Air and Space Museum is restoring the suit as part of “Destination Moon,” an exhibit that is scheduled to open in time for the moon landing's 50th anniversary in 2019.
A new study supports the idea that the sculpting of Mars and its two small moons was largely determined by a huge impact early in the solar system's history.
Instead of just sending humans on a one-shot mission to look for life on the surface, a new paper envisions a future outpost on Titan that could generate power for years.
Taking inspiration from the work of Leonardo da Vinci, a new paper suggests focusing on how to look for trails, tracks, burrows, and other signs that could reflect the existence of alien life.
Lunar dust is sharp, jagged, and sticky, presenting a host of challenges to NASA astronauts on the surface of the moon.
An analysis of nearly 3,500 known exoplanets shows that planets in our galaxy overwhelmingly fall into two groups.
The Eclipse Megamovie 2017 project aims to gather images from volunteer photographers and astronomers, and offers a handy tool to forecast the eclipse view in different locations.
To make moon flights cheaper, a new paper proposes that NASA use an electrically powered lunar space tug that would operate between Earth and the moon.
With several members of the new class under the age of 30, it shows that the agency is thinking for the long term when recruiting the next people to go into space.
The radiation risk for a manned Mars mission would already be dangerously high, but damage to cells that are next to heavily damaged cells may double the estimated risk.