Crews at John F. Kennedy Airport were in the middle of a delicate operation on Sunday morning, separating the Space Shuttle Enterprise from the 747 it flew in on a few weeks ago.
Hundreds of onlookers armed with cameras gathered on rooftops and piers to catch a glimpse of the Enterprise, which was airlifted on the back of a 747, as it arrived in the New York City Friday morning.
If you’re looking for a job then you’ve got until midnight to submit your application for an opportunity that’s out of this world.
One of the largest solar storms in a decade is occurring right now. It could impact the satellites we rely on to power our favorite gadgets. But it’s also causing a lot of excitement.
Federal authorities say a crew of Internet bandits devised an international scheme to hijack more than 4 million computers worldwide to generate at least $14 million in fraudulent profits.
The Russian Soyuz TMA-6 spacecraft arrived early Tuesday morning at the Intrepid and will be part of the museum’s interactive displays on outer space.
Doomsday worrywarts have a long history of predicting the end of the world. From biblical times to the present day, there have been many scenarios of our ultimate demise.
A Houston congressman wants to play his own version of “Texas hold ‘em” to keep NASA from sending one of its retiring space shuttles to New York City. But Sen. Chuck Schumer isn’t having it.
Artist Ed Diment is constructing the model aircraft, which will be 22-feet-long, weigh 550 pounds and require 250,000 LEGO pieces.
Museum officials estimate a shuttle would bring in more than one million visitors each year.
NASA is expected Tuesday to decide where its three retired and retiring Space Shuttles will go.
The Buehler Challenger and Space Center in Paramus is commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Challenger explosion. Where were you on that fateful day?
An international team of astronomers say they’ve glimpsed the earliest galaxy yet, a smudge of light from nearly 13.2 billion years ago, a time when the cosmos was a far lonelier place.
The New York State Assembly is hoping they can entice NASA to bring one of the three retired space shuttles to New York.
Do you want to see some shooting stars?