An Israeli astronaut coming to space in 2020?Israel's Science Minister meets in Washington with NASA chief to discuss possibility of Israeli astronaut joining future NASA mission.
Columbia space shuttle remains arrive in IsraelOn loan from NASA, remains of space shuttle Columbia arrive on display at Ilan Ramon conference for Israel Space week.
Remembering Ilan Ramon 13 years after his deathOn the 13th anniversary of the Columbia explosion, Israel's first astronaut llan Ramon is remembered in Israel.
2015 officially the hottest year ever on EarthScientists report that last year was the hottest year by far since records were started in 1880.
NASA and Israel Sign Space Cooperation AgreementNASA administrator seals important agreement greatly deepening cooperation, amid Astronautical Congress being held in Jerusalem.
NASA, Israel Space Agency Sign Cooperation DealOne small step for science: US-Israeli agreement to deepen cooperation over space exploration.
Top Sukkot News HighlightsAs the second day of Sukkot ends for Jews in the Diaspora, Arutz Sheva presents the top headlines from the last 48 hours.
NASA Discoveres Earth-like PlanetKepler 452b has a solid surface, orbits its star every 385 days, and could conceivably harbor life.
'New Horizons' Space Ship Flies by PlutoNASA provides best image yet of dwarf planet, hi-res images to start streaming in soon.
NASA Chief Scientist Claims Aliens Will Be Found by 2025Sci-fi or science? Head of NASA says proof of alien life just years away, top NASA administrator adds it will be found in our solar system.
Plans For First Israeli to the Moon?Director Menachem Kidron argues space flight is safer, especially on International Space Station, supports idea of more Israelis in space.
Israel Set to Send Second Astronaut Into SpaceReports indicate Israeli Space Agency is coordinating to have astronaut sent to space, first since Ilan Ramon's tragic death.
NASA Seeks to Tow Astroid to Moon, Says US SenatorNASA wants to tow astroid into orbit around moon, as part of a long-range plan towards establishing permanent manned outposts in space.
NASA Rover Discovers Conditions Once Suited to Life on MarsAn analysis of a Mars rock sample by the Curiosity rover has unveiled minerals that are the building blocks of life, NASA said Tuesday.
NASA Working on Asteroid Detection, Says They are RareNASA is working on asteroid warning systems that can detect objects from space like the one that struck Russia last week
Astronomers Believe Jupiter's Moon May Reveal LifeUS astronomers looking for life in the solar system are looking towards Europa, one of the moons of Jupiter, which has an ocean.
New Study: At Least 17 Billion Earth-Sized Planets in Milky WayAstronomers using NASA's Kepler spacecraft found that about 17 percent of stars in our galaxy have a planet about the size of Earth
Study: Space Travel May Accelerate Alzheimer's DiseaseLong journeys into space, including missions to Mars, could expose astronauts to levels of cosmic radiation harmful to the brain.
Video, Photos: NASA | Earth at NightThe spectacular view of Earth at night time, acquired using new technology developed by NASA.
New Pictures of Mars Landscape Similar to NegevMars or the Negev? NASA releases new pictures of “Mt. Sharp, Mars,” which show rugged hills and canyons amazingly similar to the Negev.
Israeli Refrigerator Goes to Mars with NASANASA’s Curiosity rover, currently taking pictures on Mars, is using a refrigerator developed and manufactured in northern Israel.
‘Star Wars’ Meteor Shower Rains on IsraelNine thousands Israelis in the Negev witnessed the Perseid meteor shower, hours after Jews recited the prayer “His will orders the stars.”
Photos: Welcome to MarsCuriosity photos from Mars show “Mount Sharp,” 3.4 miles high. NASA scientists call the descent and landing a “miracle of engineering.”
‘Curiosity’ Lands on Mars after ‘Seven Minutes of Terror’The Mars science rover Curiosity landed on the Martian surface Monday after passing through what NASA called “seven minutes of terror.”
Solar Flare to Pound PurimA massive solar flare will give the Earth a 'bit of a jolt' this Purim as we head towards next year's solar cycle apex.
NASA Astronauts Try Out Israeli-Designed DeviceNASA astronauts are using a GE Healthcare device designed in Israel for monitoring the impact of space travel on the human body.
NASA Tutorial: 'Capital of Israel is Tel Aviv'The US was first to put a man on the moon -- but its space agency apparently can't figure out where the capital of Israel is on Earth.
NASA Launches Mars Rover 'Curiosity'Amid the global economic downturn NASA is sending a $2.5 billion dollar rover to Mars in search of inhabitants that may have supported life.
US Astronomers Find Planet With Two SunsUS astronomers say they have discovered the first recorded planet orbiting two suns, but Kepler-16b is 200 light years away.
NASA Launching Jupiter ProbeNASA is poised to launch a $1B probe to Jupiter, which is expected to arrive in 2016.
Israeli Bone Cell Experiment to Take off with Endeavor ShuttleMonday’s scheduled launch of the Endeavor will carry an Israeli experiment that began on the 2003 shuttle that ended in the death of Ilan Ramon.
Live Webcast: Israeli-NASA Voyage into SpaceAn Israeli-NASA team-up will present a live webcast Sunday night, using a robotic telescope for a special journey into deep space.
Jewish Astronaut Considers AliyahAmerican Jewish astronaut Garrett Reisman considers aliyah to Israel.
NASA, AIPAC Mourn a 'Friend of Israel' - 'Uncle Ted' StevensNASA mourns the death Tuesday of Senator Ted Stevens, who died in a plane crash that also nearly killed the space agency's ex-head and his son.
Jewish Astronaut Carries Jewish Heritage Proclamation to SpaceJewish astronaut Garrett Reisman will take the US presidential proclamation of Jewish Heritage Month into space aboard the Atlantis shuttle.
NASA Launches Effort for Closer Cooperation with IsraelThe president of NASA is visiting Israel and urging closer cooperation with the Jewish State. He praised Israel’s space technology expertise.
100 Israeli Police Heading for HaitiThe United Nations asked Israel to help out, and the Jewish state will send 100 policemen to stop looting in Haiti.
Israeli Diamonds in Space - May Be a Satellite's Best FriendIsraeli diamonds now sparkle not only on happy Jewish women but also amidst twinkling stars, after Atlantis launched two of them into outer space.