05.17.13 - NASA's senior Mars rover, Opportunity, is driving to a new study area after a dramatic finish to 20 months on "Cape York" with examination of a rock intensely altered by water.
05.17.13 - This Hubble image shows the galaxy cluster Abell S1077. The matter condensed in such clusters is so high their gravity warps the fabric of spacetime.
05.17.13 - The station's Expedition 36 crew wrapped up the week with combustion and biological research while awaiting launch of three new crewmates.› Space Station Live | › Crew timelines
05.16.13 - NASA's first mission to sample an asteroid is moving ahead into development and testing in preparation for its launch in 2016.
05.16.13 - The International Space Station's Expedition 36 crew conducted science research Thursday and reached out to fans of science fiction as well.› Space Station Live | › Crew timelines
05.16.13 - 99% of all of Earth’s land ice is locked into the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets. But from 2003 to 2009, the world’s other glaciers contributed just as much to sea level rise as the two ice sheets combined.
05.16.2013 - A team of scientists has won a berth on a tiny satellite to explore one of NASA's last frontiers in climate studies: the imbalance in Earth's energy budget.
05.16.13 - NASA's Mars rover Opportunity now holds the record for farthest driving by a NASA vehicle on a world away from Earth, passing a mark set by an Apollo astronaut-driven rover.
05.16.13 - An international collaboration evaluates research protocols for candidate investigations during the planned American/Russian one year increment.
05.15.13 - The Landsat Data Continuity Mission offers a look at Earth from space with a crisper view than our eyes alone would be capable of.
05.16.13 - This ring of fire "burns, burns, burns" with young stars.
05.15.13 - The Expedition 36 crew members were focused on research and science experiments aboard the station on Wednesday.› Space Station Live | › Crew timelines
05.15.13 - Scientists have used data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft to map the highs and lows of Titan, Saturn's largest moon.
05.15.13 - SNC's Dream Chaser test flight craft arrived at NASA Dryden to begin tests of its flight and runway landing systems while NASA astronauts will be at Langley to fly simulations of a Dream Chaser approach and landing.
05.15.13 - in the Goddard clean room engineers worked meticulously to implant part of the eyes of the James Webb Space Telescope.
05.15.13 - Upgraded mobile launcher will carry the Space Launch System heavy-lift vehicle to the launch pad.
05.15.13 - NASA and the Air Force are requesting research and development proposals to define the type of spacecraft computing needed for future missions.
05.15.13 - Scientists using images from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have estimated that the planet is bombarded by more than 200 small asteroids or bits of comets per year forming craters at least 12.8 feet (3.9 meters) across.
05.15.13 - Asteroid 1998 QE2 will get no closer than about 3.6 million miles at time of closest approach on May 31 at 1:59 p.m. Pacific (4:59 p.m. Eastern).
05.14.13 - The sun's third significant solar flare in under 24 hours -- and the strongest so far of 2013 -- peaked at 9:11 p.m. EDT on May 13, 2013.› Impacts of Strong Flares