If you’re a space enthusiast who wants to learn everything there is to know about missions outside of Earth, NASA’s mission archive was made for you. This in-depth list is packed full of every space mission conducted by NASA, as well as a launch schedule so you can stay up-to-date on upcoming launches.
If you know of a specific NASA mission that you want to learn more about, the mission archive features a main alphabetical list where you can search by mission name. When you click on a mission, the site provides a background summary of the project information, flight plan, the project’s experiments, and even authentic images and findings brought back from that mission.
For those who simply want to browse missions without a specific one in mind, the site also allows you to search by topic. Explore Earth, humans in space, the solar system, or even the entire universe by reading up on missions from these broad topics.
NASA is also planning new journeys every day. The site's launch schedule provides visitors with a full schedule of upcoming missions planned by NASA, as well as detailed information about the vehicle, launch site, launch pad, and the mission’s goals.
- NASA Mission Archive [NASA]