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NASA Astronauts in SpaceX Capsule Make First Water Landing Since 1975

What have the astronauts been doing aboard the space station? Originally, the mission was to last only up to two weeks, but Mr. Behnken and Mr. Hurley ended up with a longer and busier stay at the space station. Because…

Private Boats Enter SpaceX Splashdown Area, Raising Concerns

Two American astronauts were greeted by a group of private boats on Sunday as their SpaceX capsule splashed down safely in the Gulf of Mexico, an encroachment that distracted from an otherwise triumphant milestone for the country’s resurgent space program….

‘Thanks for Flying SpaceX’: NASA Astronauts Safely Splash Down After Journey From Orbit

The first astronaut trip to orbit by a private company parachuted to a safe conclusion in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday. It was the first water landing by NASA astronauts since 1975, when the agency’s crews were still flying…

SpaceX Crew Dragon Departs, Carrying NASA Astronauts Toward Home

Two astronauts who took the first commercial trip to orbit have left the International Space Station. They are scheduled to return home on Sunday. The astronauts, Robert L. Behnken and Douglas G. Hurley, traveled to the space station in May…

How NASA Found the Ideal Hole on Mars to Land In

Sixteen years ago, Caleb Fassett, then a graduate student at Brown University, spotted an intriguing hole in the ground on Mars. Mars today is cold and dry, but it was not always that way. Here was one of the places…

Virgin Galactic Unveils Comfy Cabin for Jet-Setting to the Edge of Space

The inside of Virgin Galactic’s space plane is like a space-age executive jet. The seats recline to absorb the forces of acceleration toward space. Mood lighting shifts during each phase of the flight. Twelve windows — two for each of…

Coming of Age on Mars

The lab’s website is festooned with pictures of her and colleagues combing the rocks and sands in Antarctica, Australia and the Atacama Desert in Chile, for signs of ancient life. She is also a visiting scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space…

Rene Carpenter, Astronaut’s Wife Who Broke NASA Mold, Dies at 92

In the 1970s, after she and Mr. Carpenter divorced, she had a television program of her own, “Everywoman,” which was pioneering in its feminist perspective and its frank treatment of previously off-limits subjects like birth control, natural childbirth and sexism….

The Doctor From Nazi Germany and the Search for Life on Mars

A few years after Dr. Strughold started at the Air Force, he published “Life on Mars in View of Physiological Principles.” Two years later, in 1953, he wrote “The Green and Red Planet,” scientifically coining the term “astrobiology” and considering…

3 Great Mysteries About Life on Mars

Mars is the most explored planet in the solar system other than Earth. With all of our robotic visitors there, we’ve discovered that it is a world far too dry, cold and irradiated to support the scheming humanoids or tentacled…