Japanese and Canadian components head to the space station.
Engineers build a simulated Orion crew module for testing later this year.› View Gallery
On Mar. 12, 2008, the Cassini spacecraft will make its closest flyby yet to a moon.
A summary of NASA's many programs and projects.
Commander Steve Frick and crew deliver the European Space Agency's Columbus lab to the International Space Station.
Atlantis and crew deliver the Columbus module to the International Space Station
America entered the Space Age on January 31, 1958 with the launch of Explorer 1.
Honoring NASA's Heroes
Exploring the solar system, expanding our knowledge of Earth, and building the International Space Station.
See highlights from a new book that captures the agency's historic legacy in photos.
Discovery's crew installed the Harmony module on the International Space Station.
NASA spacecraft record spooky sounds that help scientists learn more about planets and other cosmic phenomena.
Learn about Discovery's 15-day mission to the International Space Station
Researchers have tackled enormous challenges in aviation, lunar explanation and planetary exploration.
Everything changed on October 4, 1957, when the world heard the beeps of the Soviet Sputnik orbiting the Earth.
Take a virtual tour of the orbital outpost.
A space-based radar survey helped uncover ruins of the medieval settlement of Angkor, Cambodia.
Endeavour and crew spent nine days at the International Space Station, installing a new truss and replacing a failed gyroscope.› View Photo Gallery
A new slide show highlights selected images from the mission's planetary tour.