NASA has published images of the spacesuit that astronauts will be wearing when they next set foot on the Moon.
NASA's flagship Artemis I mission has come to a successful close with a dramatic splashdown in the Pacific Ocean.
The success of this month's Artemis I mission has placed us on track to see humans living and working on the Moon within 10 years.
After several scuppered launch attempts, the most powerful rocket in history has finally departed on its maiden voyage.
The first launch of NASA's flagship Artemis program has been plagued by technical issues and delays.
Following two scrubbed launches due to various issues, the likelihood of the mission going ahead this month is looking bleak.
50 years on from the last manned mission to the Moon, Artemis I is about to begin a new era of lunar exploration.
The space agency has announced details of several potential landing sites for the next manned mission to the Moon.
ESA has announced the sole crew member of Artemis I... and it's an animated sheep made of plasticine.
The first mission of NASA's Artemis moon program will be launching within the next few months.
Later this year, NASA's Artemis 1 mission will take us one small step towards a return to the lunar surface.
The space agency's ambitious plan to land humans on the Moon within 3 years has been delayed.
A new report has cast serious doubt on the feasibility of NASA's plan to land humans on the Moon in 2024.
A total of 18 astronauts - 9 men and 9 women - have been chosen as part of NASA's Artemis program.
In addition to landing humans on the Moon, the Artemis III mission will aim to achieve several scientific goals.
A recent analysis has cast doubt on the ambitious timetable currently set out for a manned lunar landing.
The space agency has officially published its $28bn plan to land humans on the lunar surface within four years.
Scientists and engineers have been busy developing a next-generation space toilet fit for the final frontier.
The space agency is aiming to establish principles of peaceful co-operation with its international partners.
Blue Origin, SpaceX and Dynetics are each working on their own solutions to landing humans on the Moon.