Analysis: Space agency chief is making smart decisions about the lunar program.
"They are fighting tooth and nail to nix the Gateway."
Aiming to reduce risk and costs, NASA has decided to launch the first two modules of the Gateway station in lunar orbit on the same heavy-lift rocket in 2023, rather than fly them on ...
It seems unlikely the space agency will meet President Trump’s goal of a return to the lunar surface by the end of 2024.
America’s space industry is divided over the Lunar Gateway, NASA’s planned space station for the moon.
NASA just appointed a new leader for its human spaceflight program, and he’s dead set on making sure the agency puts astronauts on the moon in 2024.
NASA has selected teams led by Blue Origin, Dynetics and SpaceX to develop lunar landing systems capable of sending astronauts to the moon and back by as early as 2024.
Why the space agency struggles to achieve its human spaceflight goals
The Trump administration wants American astronauts back on the Moon before Chinese astronauts get there, and further delays in Boeing's Space Launch System will not be tolerated.
Race To The Moon & Updated Integrated Space Plan: Dedicated To Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins & Their 400,000 Teammates
Persistent technical setbacks and political infighting have introduced unending delays in our trip back to the lunar surface.
NASA has touted its bold plan to return American astronauts to the moon by 2024 for months. Now we're starting to get an idea of how much it will cost.
NASA’s orbiting Lunar Gateway is either essential for a moon landing or a boondoggle in the making
by Douglas Messier Managing Editor If you’ve been puzzling over exactly why NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine suddenly floated the idea of flying the first Orion space capsule to the moon ...
The Trump administration wants NASA to send astronauts back to the moon in five years, but there are big problems that might stall that goal.