Robotic systems inspired by elephant trunks, octopus arms and other structures found in nature could have a variety of space applications.
Supplies, including the first 3-D printer in space and a troop of 20 mice, are on their way to the Space Station.
NASA is testing robots that will work together to find minerals, metals and more in space.
Engine technology being developed for a British space plane could also find its way into hypersonic aircraft built by the U.S. military.
A microwave thruster system that needs no propellant generates a small amount of thrust regardless.
NASA's next Curiosity-class rover blends old and new approaches to innovative tech.
NASA beamed a high-definition video from the International Space Station down to Earth Thursday (June 5) in a demonstration that could pave the way for much speedier deep-space communications down the road.
Enjoy some of the most inspiring, beautiful and down-right stunning photos from our adventures in space this past week.
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