Who needs radio transmissions when you can use a direct laser beam instead? NASA's supercharges its space transmissions with the moon by harnessing laser power.
Even better, the gear will be arriving just in time for a drunken holiday party in spaaace.
The government shutdown could be about to claim its first victim.
For now, the same cannot be said for the Curiosity rover or the flu vaccine.
Grabbing one of these little suckers might be a whole lot cheaper than NASA had thought.
A model flying wing gets a fluorescent paint job from NASA, for science.
Before NASA lights off the new Space Launch System, they have to make sure that a stiff breeze won't blow it over.
Can't get out of bed? You're in luck, because NASA will pay up to $18K for you to stay in bed all day long.
Once again, scientists are free to experiment beneath the waves
Coined "FINDER," the microwave-radar based device will be able to locate a human heartbeat under several feet of rubble.