Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX), based in Hawthorne, California, is one of NASA's partners in the agency's Commercial Crew and Cargo programs.
In the past month, it was announced that liquid water was discovered on Mars, and now just a few weeks later it has been announced that traces of frozen water have been discovered on Pluto.
We're starting a new era of open space access, driven by ordinary people joining forces to building extraordinary rockets & spacecraft.
China has successfully conducted the debut launch of its Long March 11 rocket. The new booster lofted four micro-satellites into space.
New race to the moon heats up
And the rockets' red glare...
NASA's recent announcement of briny water flowing on the surface of Mars makes the prospect of humans going to our neighboring planet in the near future even more compelling.
A joint U.S.-Russian mission to Venus that could take place after 2025 is under consideration, according to Lev Zeleny, the director of the Space Research Institute (IKI) in Moscow.
He doesn't want to bomb Mars. He just wants to bomb the sky above Mars. Frequently.
Below is a spectacular simulated view (compiled from several individual images) showing the Tombaugh Regio area to the north and the dark, heavily-cratered terrain to its south. These craters are prominent because of their bright rims, which could be
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched a set of seven satellites, including the country's first-ever space observatory on Monday, Sept. 28.
NASA aims to make due on a promise to send humans to Mars within 20 years
Patrick Wood (August Forecast & Review) comes on the show to provide an update on the technocratic state and to promote his speaking at Liberty On Tap - Michael Belfiore (Author: Rocketeers; Journalist;) provides an update on the private space race
It's been a big week for Mars--and for NASA, which hopes to get there. First came the agency's announcement about detecting flowing water on the planet, news that made headlines around the world.
You can watch the launch from NASA's live feed above, which will begin covering the events at 12:30 pm Eastern time. The launch itself is scheduled for 12:49 pm.
A company that has it roots in a Romanian venture that competed for the Ansari X Prize more than a decade ago plans to carry out tests of high-altitude drones and suborbital rockets at New Mexico's Spaceport America, spaceport officials announced S
SpaceX better watch its back
NASA has reversed its longstanding position of quietly acting like there's absolutely no possibility for life on the planet Mars.
Last week NASA sent out a cryptic press release about solving a "major" mystery on Mars. Beyond that the space agency provided little information -- until an announcement Monday morning.
Researchers say discovery of stains from summertime flows down cliffs and crater walls raise odds of finding life on red planet
According to a press release issued by NASA last week, the agency is planning to announce a major breakthrough in their research of the planet Mars.
On August 13, comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko and ESA's unmanned Rosetta probe made their closest approach to the Sun.
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, which has launched satellites into orbit and carried cargo to the International Space Station and back again on multiple occasions, is getting a serious upgrade
Five teams, ranging from university students to a group of engineers dispersed across the country, received $20,000 each from NASA in the first milestone of a competition to develop deep space cubesat technologies.
The first Human base on Mars will most likely run on nuclear power. The Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator aboard the Curioisity rover is too small to generate the power needed to sustain the lives of many explorers.
It seems as if the age of the bench-top breakthrough in rocket science is not a thing of the past.
Foster + Partners has designed some of the most famous buildings in the world and, if one of its recent designs is anything to go by, it may soon have buildings on other planets, too.
China has successfully launched a true army of 20 micro-satellites into orbit, employing its new Long March 6 booster for the first time.
A controversial bill would give companies the right to own natural resources in space, and it may pass in the Senate by the end of September