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NASA Kennedy Space Center employees in Florida were provided a unique photo opportunity on Oct. 8 from some of the robot “stars” of Transformers 3.

Expedition 25 crew members Oleg Skripochka, Scott Kelly and Sasha Kaleri lifted off in the Soyuz capsule for the International Space Station.

Desert Research and Technology Studies (Desert RATS) tests procedures and equipment that could one day be a part of human space flight missions to …

NASA’s GRIP 2010 hurricane mission is in full force.

Solar Probe Plus, a new NASA mission to visit and study the sun closer than ever before, is officially underway.

NASA’s next-generation, five-segment solid rocket development motor — DM-2 — is successfully cold-fired in its test stand.

Dr. Michael Duncan, NASA/Johnson Space Center Deputy Chief Medical Officer, talks about NASA’s assistance to trapped miners in Chile.

The continuous monitoring of more than 156000 stars for subtle brightness changes has led to the discovery by NASA’s Kepler Mission.

A year’s worth of collaboration between NASA and U2 both in space and on the Irish rock band’s “360” world tour.

On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall along the Gulf Coast. Five years later, NASA revisits the storm with a short video.