NASA and the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) have successfully demonstrated a new nuclear reactor power system that could enable long-duration crewed missions to the Moon, Mars and destinations beyond.
Getting humans to Mars is a tough challenge, but making it a place humans want to stay will be even harder.
We learn how Curiosity is driven from 150 million miles away, the current challenges the rover is facing, and what's next for Mars 2020.
The first aircraft to take flight on another planet will be launching in 2020.
We sit down with JPL engineer Joel Steinkraus to talk about MarCO, the first (and second) CubeSats to leave Earth's orbit.
While NASA carefully measures how to fit manned Mars exploration into current budgets, SpaceX reaffirms their goal of humans on Mars within a decade
We sit down with JPL engineer Troy Hudson to talk about NASA's newest Mars lander, and the HP^3 sensor which will dig deeper into another planet than ever before.
This carbon fiber mandrel will be used to build the first prototype flying sometime next year.
Does it really make sense to solve Earth's problems first before reaching out into the cosmos?