Celebrations as NASA's New Horizons calls to confirm successful Pluto flyby
Celebrations as NASA's New Horizons calls to confirm successful Pluto flyby

After NASA's New Horizons spacecraft phoned home to confirm the successful and historic first-ever flyby of Pluto, the mission team called for celebrations.

India's successful Mars mission 'significant milestone' for the country: NASA
India's successful Mars mission 'significant milestone' for the country: NASA

The US space agency NASA on Wednesday termed India's successful maiden Mars mission as a “significant milestone” for the country.

Russia`s withdrawal will not affect space station work: NASA chief

The head of NASA, Charles Bolden dismissed concerns that the friction between the US and Russia over crisis in Ukraine might spell the end of the International Space Station (ISS).

Next-generation NASA telescope on track for 2018 launch

The head of US space agency NASA has said that its next-generation James Webb Space Telescope, the successor to the 24-year-old Hubble Space Telescope, is on track for a 2018 launch.

NASA observes day of remembrance to honour fallen astronauts

NASA paid homage to the men and women who lost their lives while furthering the cause of space exploration and discovery.

NASA vows to review ban on Chinese astronomers

The US space agency has vowed to reconsider the applications of Chinese scientists who were denied access to a NASA conference on security grounds, sparking a boycott by leading American astronomers.

US not going to make another manned moon landing: NASA

NASA chief Charles Bolden has said that the space agency is not sending astronauts to the moon any time soon.

NASA, ISRO relationship holds great promise for future: Bolden

NASA has applauded India`s success in its space endeavours, saying the growing relationship with Indian Space Research Organisation holds great future.

An asteroid heading to Earth? Pray, says NASA

The US Congress has been told to `pray` by NASA in case a large asteroid comes hurtling towards Earth.

NASA chief charts agency`s shuttle-less future

NASA may not be going to the moon anytime soon and its space shuttles are about to be retired, but it could conceivably increase the number of agency jobs under a new reorganisation, NASA`s chief has said.