37 Results for Category NASA History
America returned to flight following the completion of the Apollo era missions, with the first launch of the Space Shuttle Program 40 years ago. The program pushed the boundaries of discovery and supported human spaceflight for 30 years.
Edgar Mitchell's experiences on the Apollo 14 mission began his search and interest in the question "What is consciousness?"
This November, humankind will celebrate the 20th anniversary of humans living continuously in space aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Learn more about the ISS and human life in space by reading the answers to the 20 most frequently asked questions about the ISS.
From “one small step” to “we’ve had a problem”, read and reflect on quotes from astronauts who have played an integral part in NASA’s exploration of space.
Astronaut Kathy Thornton remembers her spacewalk during one of the Hubble Servicing Missions, STS-61.