Climate change is wreaking havoc on the Arctic faster than anywhere else on earth, so NASA is leading the charge to find out how bad things really are.
The one time the Moon might actually look like a big pizza pie.
The spacecraft will be celebrating New Year’s Day 2019 with a (tiny) new planetary friend.
The joys of parking at 17,000 miles per hour.
“This would of course all go a lot faster if we had, you know, money.”
"It would be almost totally novel."
NASA already has numerous missions devoted to mapping sea level rise, and more on the way.
NASA takes a 36-year-old plane to some of the most dangerous skies on Earth, but ex-military pilots say they're careful not to "commit suicide by science."
The resupply ship is called Kounotori, or 'white stork,' because it's for special deliveries (awww).
At NASA’s Landing Impact and Research Facility, crashing is the goal.