Posted on · Frank Borman commanded two early NASA missions including Apollo 8, the first to orbit the moon. He was a no-nonsense astronaut known for his keen attention to detail and duty to country.
Posted on · He piloted Apollo 16 and commanded the shuttle. But he may be best known for the mission he didn't fly: the ill-fated Apollo 13. And he worried late in life about the high cost of human space flight.
Posted on · There will be many places around the region to watch the annular solar eclipse, which happens when the moon is situated between the sun and Earth and casts a shadow on the planet. Another is expected in April 2024.
Posted on · Scientists and space agency leaders took part in Wednesday's big reveal at Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Posted on · The Nova-C lander, built by the Houston company Intuitive Machines, will be the first commercial craft to land on the moon and the first time a U.S. spacecraft has done a soft landing on the lunar surface since Apollo 17 in 1972.
Posted on · Amazon Studios' new film "A Million Miles Away" tells the remarkable true story of Jose Hernandez.
Posted on · NASA's Osiris-REx mission has successfully returned a pristine sample of asteroid back to Earth. This cupful-or-so of space rock could shed light on the solar system's origins.
Posted on · Space journalist and Houston native Loren Grush discusses her book, "The Six: The Untold Story of America's First Women Astronauts."
Posted on · The longtime NASA flight director talks about the words he told his team after the fatal Apollo 1 accident, which is also the title of his new book about leadership.
Posted on · Weather permitting, observers don’t need binoculars or telescopes — “just their own eyes."
Posted on · TEMPO, a $90 million pollution monitor that orbits the Earth, was launched into space in April and is expected to be fully operational by October.
Posted on · Some experts say the new institute could fuel an already growing space economy in Texas.
Posted on · Artemis, the James Webb telescope, and partnerships with commercial space companies have NASA back in the spotlight.
Posted on · We discuss where and how to view the annual meteor shower and other astronomical phenomena with Dr. Carolyn Sumners of the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
Posted on · The football field-sized laboratory that orbits the Earth at 17,500 miles per hour is expected to be visible in Houston on Thursday, Friday and Sunday.