European Space Agency Head Envisions A 'Moon Village'European Space Agency director-general Johann-Dietrich Wörner wants to see a manned, multi-purpose facility on the moon.
Private Moon-Drilling Mission Raises Over $1M Through CrowdfundingLunar Mission One, a private space exploration project that's aiming to drill below the moon's surface, has raised 672,447 pounds, or about $1.05 million through crowdfunding.
Police: Dog's Skin Burned Off After Man Pours Hot Water On HerA Hollywood, Florida man is in custody, accused of pouring scalding water on a 1-year-old pit bull during a domestic dispute, according to court records.
NASA Learning How To Mine The Moon For WaterA pair of NASA missions are designed to locate and exploit ice deposits that may lie deep inside lunar craters.
NASA Names Building For Moonwalker Neil ArmstrongBuilding where astronauts suited up for space renamed for the famous astronaut.
Moon Mystery SolvedScience answers 55-year-old question of why the far side of the moon looks different.
Farewell LADEE, NASA Crashes Spacecraft Into The MoonLunar orbiter had finished its 100-day mission last month and was on overtime.
NASA Chief: Ultimate Goal Is "Boots On The Ground On Mars"Bolden says ambitious plan to capture an asteroid is just another step towards landing humans on the Red Planet.
Icy Rings Discovered Around AsteroidAstronomers stunned to find two icy rings around a non-planetary object.
Hawking: 'I Truly Hope Humans Will Be Living On Mars' By The End Of The CenturyBritish cosmologist Stephen Hawking believes humans will colonize the moon in 50 years and hopes people will be living on Mars by the end of the century.
NASA Launches Robotic Explorer To Moon From Va. NASA is headed back to the moon, this time to explore its thin atmosphere and rough dust.
Amazon CEO Recovers Apollo Engines From Atlantic Rusted pieces of two Apollo-era rocket engines that helped boost astronauts to the moon have been fished out of the murky depths of the Atlantic, Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos and NASA said Wednesday.