One More Orbit
A former astronaut and his crew honor Apollo 11 by attempting to break a world record.
As a tribute to Apollo 11, which took off 50 years ago, former astronaut Col. Terry Virts and crew depart from Cape Canaveral in an attempt to break the round-the-world speed record for any aircraft flying over the North and South Poles.
Mount Washington to reach wind chills of -100F, as cold as Mars
The Mars Curiosity rover has recorded nighttime temperatures in recent days of 105 degrees below zero. Temperatures don't often get that low on Earth.By Robert F. Bukaty / AP
Researchers asking for public's help to create 'map of the universe'
A team of researchers is compiling the public's answers on certain space images to classify galaxies and stars.By NASA
First Native American woman in space talks to reservation's students
Students on the Flathead Indian Reservation asked Nicole Mann questions as she was aboard the International Space Station.By NASA
Why do blockbuster movies cost so much to make?
Hollywood wasn’t always a high-rollers club. In 1913, Universal produced "Traffic In Souls" for $5,700. But as the industry expanded, so did costs.By AP
Sen. Kaine discusses President's address, economy, reelection and more
Sen. Kaine speaks with Scripps News ahead of President Joe Biden's State of the Union address.By John C. Clark / AP
Iran singer who faces prison wins Grammy for protest anthem
Shervin Hajipour appeared stunned after hearing Jill Biden announce he'd won the Grammy's new song for social change special merit award for "Baraye."By Chris Pizzello / AP