Lawrence Livermore Developing Killer Asteroid Deflecting TechnologyLike a scene out of the block-buster movie 'Armageddon,' Lawrence Livermore National Lab researchers have been developing a plan to deflect a killer asteroid if one should ever be on a collision course with earth.
Silicon Valley Company Lands NASA Contract For Breakthroughs In 3D Printing In SpaceA Silicon Valley 3D printing company has been awarded a contract with NASA to launch a project creating a satellite that will manufacture and assemble itself in orbit.
Hangar One Restoration Options Laid Out In Newly Released Report
NASA Scoffs At Elon Musk's Asteroid-Earth Collision WarningElon Musk, CEO of San Francisco Bay Area-based Tesla and SpaceX, has tweeted that a "big rock" is going to hit Earth, and that we "currently have no defense." But NASA seems to disagree.
Bay Area Joins Nation Celebrating 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon LandingA moonstruck nation celebrated the 50th anniversary of humanity's first footsteps on another world Saturday.
Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Special To Air On CBSThe 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 will be honored with a brand new special coming to CBS.
The Future Of Space: Private-Public Partnerships Eye Next Moon LandingThe Apollo program, which first took man to the moon, took a tremendous amount of resources. Now, public-private partnerships are helping move closer to the next moon landing.
INFOGRAPHIC: Apollo 11 By The NumbersNeil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin launched from Kennedy Space Center on July 16, 1969 with a mission to land on the moon.
TIMELINE: Mission Moon, NASA's Apollo ProgramNASA’s Apollo space program was dedicated to putting American astronauts on the moon.
PHOTOS: Apollo 11 Mission ImagesOn July 20, 1969, Commander Neil Armstrong announced to NASA mission control, "the Eagle has landed."
Apollo 11’s 4th Crew Member: A Ground-Breaking, 70 Pound ComputerThe Apollo 11 crew consisted of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, but there was a crucial “fourth crew member” on board: the Apollo Guidance Computer.