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.
In the near future, new international laws and agreements will be needed to govern resource mining on the lunar surface.
The space agency has announced details of several potential landing sites for the next manned mission to the Moon.
Treasure hunters will soon be digging up a canister thought to contain $250M of plundered Nazi gold.
Incredibly, many people have gone on to live healthy, normal lives even with sections of their brain absent.
An issue of a long-defunct Roswell newspaper covering the UFO crash has recently resurfaced.
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has captured an image of a mystery rocket part on the lunar surface.
A set of cutting and skinning tools is being hailed as evidence that our ancestors shared knowledge.
The Israeli spoon bender has put an extraterrestrial spin on the Voyager 1 probe's recent technical issues.
In a world first, a doctor on Earth appeared in real-time aboard the ISS using augmented reality technology.
NASA's first foray into space tourism has gone without a hitch with the crew of four now safely aboard the ISS.
The highly unprecedented mission will be the first time NASA has ever launched tourists to the space station.
Samples of the lunar surface collected during the Apollo 11 mission are going up for sale and NASA is not happy.
A family who lived on a houseboat once captured a strange image in the waters of coastal Mississippi.
Two young brothers recently went missing in the dense rainforest and were miraculously found alive 27 days later.
The first mission of NASA's Artemis moon program will be launching within the next few months.
The tube, which was collected by the crew of the Apollo 17 mission, has remained untouched for 50 years.
NASA will be decommissioning the space station in 2031, but given its size, how will it go about doing so safely ?