NASA may rely on Russian shuttles for ISS missions until 2019
Perhaps as an insurance in case SpaceX's and Boeing's spacecraft aren't ready yet.
Six new technologies that will enable faster, better internet to the world
Airborne drones may soon provide connectivity to remote areas.
NASA dominated space and social media in 2016
The space agency was a big winner despite funding woes.
NASA to test a tiny parachute for spacecraft re-entry in 2017 (update)
The parachute called Exo-Brake gives small satellites a way to return to Earth without burning up.
Japanese cargo ship set to dock with the ISS at 4:30 AM ET
A welcome site after Russia's Progress 65 blew up en route to the station.
Russian resupply ship destroyed en route to International Space Station
There's no word yet on a cause.
NASA says the ISS' inflatable module is doing great
Here's what the agency learned about the module in six months' time.
NASA hopes for five more year-long ISS missions
That is, assuming it still has a budget for them.