US Navy and NASA teams recovered the spacecraft in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Mexico on Sunday after a 25.5-day mission and will bring Orion back to the USS Portland ship. The uncrewed Artemis 1 test flight sets up NASA to launch astronauts to the moon in 2024.
NASA's Orion Spacecraft – part of its historic Artemis I mission – flew behind the moon one last time on Monday morning, as the spacecraft makes its way back to Earth.
NASA's Orion spacecraft continued zooming away from Earth and the moon Monday, surpassing Apollo 13's distance record from Earth by about 20,000 miles.
As NASA’s Orion capsule swung out from behind the moon Monday, onboard cameras sent back a picture of Earth — a blue dot surrounded by blackness.
NASA's Orion spacecraft made a critical outbound flyby burn to ensure it is placed into orbit around the moon on Monday and, along the way, shared incredible views of Earth and the backside of the moon.
An empty lot, between the Amway Center and Orlando’s soccer stadium, could soon be the site of a new high-rise development.
On the third day of the Artemis I mission, Orion maneuvered its solar arrays and captured images of the moon with a camera mounted on the end of the array. The spacecraft was about halfway to the moon.
Nearly 50 years after the last men walked on the moon, NASA is one step closer to sending the first woman. The Artemis I mission blasted off early Wednesday on an ambitious test flight of the agency’s new moon rocket and capsule.
NASA's new moon rocket blasted off on its debut flight with three test dummies aboard early Wednesday, bringing the U.S. a big step closer to putting astronauts back on the lunar surface for the first time since the end of the Apollo program 50 years ago.
Live updates from NASA and the launch team on the launch of Artemis 1 from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
After a number of delays, NASA's Artemis I mission successfully launched from Cape Canaveral early Wednesday morning. Here is the moment that Artemis I launched.
Apollo electronics engineer Ken Poimboeuf helped build the massive Saturn V rocket that took us to the moon more than 50 year ago. He said there were hiccups then, but NASA is known for getting the job done.
Scientists at the University of Central Florida are working to create a composite material that they hope will prevent scrubs like the one that happened Sept. 3 on the Artemis launchpad because of a hydrogen leak.
Wednesday morning may finally be the day Artemis I makes history. At 1:04 a.m., the window to launch a rocket to the moon will open. It will be the third attempt to send the test rocket into space.
The Artemis I mission’s rocket engines and boosters have direct ties to Columbia, Challenger and each of the other shuttles, and even one of the original Mercury 7 astronauts.
NASA’s Artemis program has deep figurative roots that go back to the Apollo moon missions of the 1960s and 1970s. And soon, it will have literal roots as well.
It's launch week in Florida for NASA's mega moon rocket, the Space Launch System and Orion spacecraft, as the space agency tries for the third time to complete the Artemis 1 test flight.
Heads up, space fans – Jetty Park Beach and Campground will not be open to view the launch of NASA's Artemis I mission.
While the Artemis I rocket suffered some minor damage while on the launch pad during Hurricane Nicole, NASA said Friday some of that damage had already been repaired – or will be repaired – and should not impact next week's planned launch at Florida's Kennedy Space Center.
Even before making landfall, Hurricane Nicole produced nearly 90-mph wind gusts on Florida's Space Coast, where NASA's Space Launch System rocket is on the launchpad awaiting its launch to the moon.