Watch SpaceX Test Rockets That Could Save Astronauts' Lives

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

Company continues NASA crew certification

There's A Lot More To Launching Astronauts To The ISS Than You Think -- This Short Video Explains It

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

‘We’re going to talk about rocket science, and it’s really not that hard, I promise’

Rare Storm Creates The Largest, Most Vivid Aurora You've Ever Seen

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

Astronauts capture incredible photos and video from the ISS

Watch NASA Test The Largest Rocket Booster Ever Made

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

‘These missions will enable us to pioneer far into the solar system’

Study: Earth's Orbit Causes Global Warming Today, And Climate Change 1.4 Billion Years Ago

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Kepler-186f, the first validated Earth-size planet to orbit a distant star in the habitable zone?a range of distance from a star where liquid water might pool on the planet's surface, is seen in a NASA artist's concept released April 17, 2014. REUTERS/NASA/JPL-Caltech/Handout

‘Milankovitch cyclicity ultimately controls climate change on Earth’

Russia Throws Tantrum, Takes All Its Space Toys And Goes Home

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ivan Plis
Still image taken from NASA handout video shows flight engineers Hopkins and Mastracchio performing series of spacewalks outside International Space Station

On its way to going to the moon

Cruz Holds Hearing On Space Exploration With Buzz Aldrin, Other Astronauts

Politics | Alex Pappas
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) makes his way to the Senate chamber to vote on a series of amendments on the bill to authorize the Keystone XL pipeline

Liberals outraged Cruz takes lead of committee

Republicans To Investigate Climate Data Tampering By NASA

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

‘The raw data shows cooling since the 1920s’

Watch SpaceX Launch Its First Deep Space Mission Here

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

Liftoff scheduled for 6:03 p.m. E.T.

Watch SpaceX Launch Its First Deep-Space Mission, Attempt Second Rocket Landing

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

Company will launch a satellite four times further than the Moon

Watch SpaceX's Biggest Rocket Yet Land Three Boosters Separately After Launch

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

Rocket packs as much thrust as 18 Boeing 747s

The UK Is Challenging America Over 2014 'Record' Heat Claims

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Al Gore's weight has fluctuated ever since losing the 2000 presidential election to George W. Bush. He started losing weight in 2009 after "eating the right foods" and exercising, but he seems to have gained some of it back by now. (Photo: Getty Images)

‘Nominally this ranks 2014 as the joint warmest year in the record, tied with 2010′

NASA Hedges: 2014 Is The Hottest Year On Record... Or Is It?

Opinion | PierreGuy Veer
Earth From Space

Why do climate-change advocates spend more time attacking their opponents instead of their arguments?

Ted Cruz On NASA: We Need To Go Deeper

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) addresses the Heritage Action's second annual Conservative Policy Summit

‘We must refocus our investment on the hard sciences, on getting men and women into space, on exploring low-Earth orbit and beyond’

Possible Ammonia Leak Forces Evacuation Of US Section Of International Space Station

Tech | Reuters
Still image taken from NASA handout video shows flight engineers Hopkins and Mastracchio performing series of spacewalks outside International Space Station

Ammonia leak would be ‘worst case scenario’

Damaged SpaceX Drone Ship Returns To Port After Failed Rocket Landing Impact

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

‘Rocket made it to drone spaceport ship, but landed hard. Close, but no cigar this time’

Miss This Morning's Orion Launch? Watch Its Full Ascent Into Space Here

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

‘The beginning of the Mars era’

Watch The First LIVE Launch Of NASA's New Crewed Orion Spacecraft HERE

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

Second liftoff scheduled for 7:05 a.m. Friday

NASA Scrubs Highly Anticipated Orion Launch

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

Weather and technical issues delay launch at least 24 hours

Watch NASA Launch The First Test Flight Of Its Crewed, Mars-Bound Orion Spacecraft LIVE

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

New manned platform to take off for the first time