The Space Shuttle was America's ride into space from 1981 - 2011. During that time, did you know that the shuttle could have landed across New York? Here's 5 sites in New York NASA kept in mind in the case of a shuttle landing/abort.
It seems like this past year, we've been the recipients of beautiful pictures from NASA of outer space. In the latest, A NASA camera aboard the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite captured a unique view of the moon as it moved in front of the sunlit side of Earth last month.
NASA cameras were pointing up to the night sky when the Allegheny Observatory captured an image of a 45,000-mile-an hour-meteor creating a massive fireball in the skies over New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
Many say we don't any any intelligent life here on here on Earth, but soon we may be confirming intelligent life from many, many light years away. In a new NASA report, scientists have detected a mysterious signal in X-ray data from the Perseus galaxy cluster far, far away.
Attention world's laziest person, we have the job for you! We must make one thing perfectly clear. You can’t get up...at all. You can do some work while in bed, check your Facebook and e-mail...but, you can't get up, at all.
The Space Shuttle program has ended, but part of its many legacies may be this one-of-a-kind look at a shuttle launch. This footage was shot in high definition and with enhanced audio. It shows a shuttle launch with the camera pointing back at Earth. Breathtaking.