The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is an independent agency of the U.S. federal government responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and space research.

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'Extraordinarily Close' Asteroid About to Zoom Past Earth, NASA Says

NASA's Annual Day of Remembrance today, Jan. 26, honors the astronauts who died during the Apollo 1 fire and the Challenger and Columbia space shuttle disasters.

NASA funds nuclear probes for icy moons, huge new space telescopes and other far-out tech ideas

NASA Revolutionary New Robotic Arm Really Knows How To Chill Out

NASA's Lucy asteroid mission adds 10th space rock target

NASA 'Day of Remembrance' marks 20 years since space shuttle Columbia tragedy

NASA System Predicts Small Asteroid to Pass Close by Earth This Week. Asteroid 2023 BU is about the size of a box truck and is predicted to make one of the closest approaches by a near-Earth object ever recorded.

Near-Earth asteroid 2023 BU to zoom past Earth at unprecedented proximity, NASA confirms

Asteroid about to zoom oh-so-close to Earth, NASA says

NASA Validates Revolutionary Propulsion Design for Deep Space Missions

NASA Awards Innovations, Partnership Support Services Agreements

Mycotecture — the use of mushrooms and other fungal substances for architectural purposes — could be key to building affordable, fire-resistant, insulated habitats on the Moon and Mars. NASA aims to experiment with the technique on the Moon in 2025.

NASA’s Lucy Team Announces New Asteroid Target

NASA and Boeing recently completed a full start to finish integrated mission dress rehearsal for the company’s CST-100 Starliner flight with astronauts to the International Space Station, which is scheduled to launch in April 2023.

DARPA, NASA Collaborate on Nuclear Thermal Rocket Engine

Habitable Planet Reality Check: TOI-700e Discovered by NASA’s TESS Mission

On anniversary of NASA's Webb telescope reaching destination, here are the most striking images so far - ABC News

NASA, DARPA Will Test Nuclear Engine for Future Mars Missions

NASA to test nuclear thermal rocket engine for the first time in 50 years | CNN

NASA's fatal Challenger launch still echoes through the agency today