A pair of new spacecraft that will observe Earth's ever-changing water cycle, ice sheets and crust is in final preparations for a California launch no earlier than May 19.
A week before NASA's next Mars launch, Vice President Mike Pence toured the birthplace of the InSight Mars Lander and numerous other past, present and future space missions.
NASA's next mission to Mars, InSight, is scheduled to launch Saturday, May 5, on a first-ever mission to study the heart of the Red Planet.
River floods are one of Earth's most common and devastating natural disasters. A NASA study analyzes how river-observing satellites can better help mitigate their effects.
NASA will host a media briefing April 30 on the upcoming launch of twin satellites to track how changes in Earth's mass distribution affect climate, water resources and more.