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The Crew-1 mission will be the first regular rotational mission to the space station.
NASA, SpaceX Targeting October for Next Astronaut Launch
Astronaut Chris Cassidy split his shift with physics research in the morning and plumbing and electronics maintenance in the afternoon.
Space Research and Station Robotics Fill Crew Day
STEREO’s data revealed more unexpected dimming, adding to the questions around Betelgeuse’s recent behavior.
NASA Satellite's Lone View of Betelgeuse Reveals More Strange Behavior
Technicians are installing an adapter to connect the Orion spacecraft to its rocket for the Artemis I mission around the Moon.
NASA Begins Installing Orion Adapter for First Artemis Moon Flight
Ingenuity received a checkout and recharged its power system on Aug. 7, one week into its near seven-month journey to Mars.
NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Recharges Batteries in Flight
Hubble data shows the dimming of Betelgeuse was most likely caused by an immense amount of hot material ejected into space.
Hubble Gives New Clues About Betelgeuse's Mysterious Dimming
The Expedition 63 crew members are getting a Japanese spaceship ready for departure next week.
Space Station Crew Packs Japanese Ship
Able to zoom in at the highest resolution, color images from MRO's HiRISE have captured dramatic scenes on the surface of Mars.
Celebrate Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's Views From Above
The spacecraft is on track to touch asteroid Bennu's surface during its first sample collection attempt on Oct. 20.
Rehearsal Puts NASA's OSIRIS-REx on a Path to Sample Collection
NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft has captured these six infrared views of the Martian moon Phobos.
A Japanese resupply ship will depart next week after nearly three months attached to the space station.
Japanese Resupply Ship to Depart Space Station
On July 4, NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) finished its primary mission.
NASA's Planet Hunter Completes Its Primary Mission