Moon Rocks and Asteroids at NASA's Johnson Space Center
ABC News' Gina Sunseri talks with planetary scientist Kevin Righter about asteroid missions and what we are still learning from moon rocks.
First Look at Starliner Capsule
Lima Bob bank and I am an astronaut at the Johnson Space Center and one of four astronauts identified as the commercial crew cadre. Doug Hurley Eric both Sonny Williams and myself Bob Franken are all assigned to work with those basics and mowing the develop the next vehicles that we'll take
'GMA' Hot List: How Will Donald Trump Perform in His First One-on-One Debate?
The Republican nominee for president and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton face off tonight, plus learn why your astrological sign has changed.
Talking Politics with Long Islanders at Gino's Pizza in Levittown, NY
Well hello from ABC news I'm ABC's Brett milky. And here Levittown on Long Island which just a few miles away from the debate site tonight Foster university which for the first time we'll play host. To Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Facing off face to face for the very first time in his belief
NASA Raises Possibility of New Zodiac Sign
And we have a special guest this morning. Please welcome golden globe-winning actress Gina Rodriguez. Oh, thank you. A great way to start the week, right? I know. And you're going to start us out with something that was introduced to me by my daughter, Harper. She was poring over what I thought was
A Look at the World's Most Powerful Telescope
ABC News' Mariam Khan is at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, with a look at the James Webb telescope, the most powerful in history and set to launch in 2018.
At NASA Space Flight Center, A Successor to the Hubble Telescope
ABC News' Mariam Khan takes a look at how the James Webb telescope is very different from the world-renowned Hubble.
Latest Details on Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Divorce
Jolie cited "irreconcilable differences" in her divorce filing and asked for physical custody of the couple's six children.
Nozzle of Rocket Booster Blows Apart During NASA Test Firing
NASA has released new slow-motion footage showing the June 28 test of a booster that will help power the Space Launch System, a rocket that will allow for deep-space missions including a hoped-for trip to Mars.
Former NYPD and Homeland Security Official Discusses NYC Explosion
Nick Casale talks about how New York City officials are responding to the apparently "intentional act" that injured at least 29 people.