The first full moon of the new year, known as the ‘Wolf Moon’ will be out and about tonight!
A local veteran and former astronaut will be honored in Washington D.C. with a special award today.
The longest partial lunar eclipse in nearly 600 years will happen late Thursday into Friday morning.
NASA’s first asteroid sample return mission is on its way back to Earth. The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has said goodbye to its asteroid companion after more than two years.
NASA is in the process of building its most powerful rocket ever, to take astronauts to the Moon. The Space Launch System is under construction at NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Building in Florida.
You could catch a glimpse of a rare pink supermoon Monday night. NASA says the Moon will be the fullest Monday night at 11:32 p.m. and will appear bigger and brighter, but that’s just because they are closer to Earth.
NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter hit another milestone. On Sunday, it successfully flew for the third time on Mars in a week. According to NASA, the helicopter logged a flight that was faster, farther and bolder than the previous ones.
NASA and SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launched at the Kennedy Space Center Friday morning in Florida. The “Endeavor Team” of four astronauts will have a six month operational crew mission to the International Space Station.
Now that Valentine’s Day is over, some restaurants are already getting ready for St. Patrick’s Day, including McDonalds.
China’s economy reportedly grew beyond expectations last year.