In the 1970s, the agency analyzed the way astronauts tripped and slid across the lunar surface.
Earth isn’t the only place that shakes from time to time.
Revisiting a classic 1963 essay that argued in favor of a manned lunar mission—and tried to quiet the critics who called it a moondoggle
Andrew Symes takes stunning pictures of the planets with just his smartphone—and a telescope.
Lunar Mission One will launch in 2024—if enough backers fund the project on Kickstarter.
A Chinese mission's image of our sole satellite and blue marble
No, NASA says.
Once humans stepped on, smelled, and tasted the lunar surface—our relationship with it changed forever.
For the 45th anniversary of the lunar landing, we dipped into the archives.
The second man to set foot on the lunar surface answers the Internet's questions.
A beverage company is soon to put some sports drink on the lunar surface.
With a little Photoshop trick, a shaky video is transformed into a mesmerizing view of Earth.
In just a few flickering pixels, our entire planet and its only moon.
Imagined by Japan, staffed by robots
Lunar phases seem to affect the length and quality of our sleep.
It's not always easy to imagine just how big the other planets are. Here, a space artist's thought experiment turns into a lesson in Earth's relative size.
Something to make you feel better about those library books you still haven't returned
There may be much more water on the moon than we thought. And that could change everything.
There's the one big one we all know and love, but there are also minimoons that temporarily orbit our planet. Maybe, just maybe, we can snag one and bring it back to Earth.