National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NASA Space Science Data Coordinated Archive

Welcome to the NASA Space Science Data Coordinated Archive, NASA's archive for space science mission data.

Discipline Services

Astrophysics data and mission information
Space and solar physics data and mission information
Lunar and Planetary Science
Solar System Exploration
Lunar and planetary science data and mission information
Image Resources
Image Resources
Access to a variety of NASA image products

Archive Support

Access Services

Other Services

Virtual Observatories

+ Home


Recent News in...


NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is now fully deployed as of 1:17 p.m. EST, Saturday, 08 January 2022. More...

NASA's Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) was successfully launched from Kennedy Space Center on 09 December 2021. More...


Voyager 2 became the second spacecraft (the first was Voyager 1) to escape the heliosphere and enter insterstellar space. More...

The Parker Solar Probe made its first perihelion pass on 05 November 2018, coming within 25 million km of the Sun. The probe will orbit the Sun over the course of the next seven years, ultimately coming closer than 7 million km from the Sun's surface.

Lunar and Planetary Science

The largest temblor ever seen on another body outside the Earth was recorded on Mars by the InSight lander seismometer. The marsquake registered 5 on the Richter scale, on 4 May 2022. More...

The CAPSTONE lunar mission is currently scheduled to launch from Launch Complex 1 in New Zealand in a window opening May 31. A live stream of the launch may be available.

Alignment of the James Webb Space Telescope mirrors is complete. The next step is calibration of the instruments. To follow the mission, see the "Where is Webb?" page.

[] NASA -