Insight into the fourth domain of warfare
The European Space Agency just reminded the world that it wants to build a base on the moon by 2030, using 3-D printed parts made from materials found on the lunar surface.
The next big step towards sending humans to Mars
"The main goal today is to make space cheap," Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who's in charge of defense, told Rossiya 24 TV in an interview on Wednesday in Moscow. "Competitors are stepping on our toes. Look at what billionaire Musk is
One of the more bizarre patent suits in the commercial spaceflight world is finally over:
From Plutonian flybys to launchpad explosions, the year 2015 has been a total roller-coaster for space nerds.
This is so cool.
- but it's not what you think
In an effort to avert an outer space energy crisis, the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has restarted production of plutonium-238 (PU-238) after almost 30 years.
Dr. Phranq Tamburri (NMD and local activist) in studio to discuss the Trump Report - Michael Belfiore (Author, Writer) provides and update on the private space race; Space X's Falcon 9 First Stage landing, and why the future looks bright...
SpaceX's new high-res images get up close and personal with historic rocket landing
Chinese lunar rover digs into the history of the moon's volcanoes
A new collaborative project between the International Potato Center (CIP) and NASA will see a crop of potatoes grown on Earth under the same conditions found on the Red Planet.
Super-rich tech guru dreams of setting up permanent home on the Red Planet - but would anyone want to live there?
Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral, delivered communications satellites to orbit before its main-stage booster returned to a landing pad
The rocket was due to blast off at 8.29pm ET on Sunday, but SpaceX decided to go for the second launch opportunity at 8.33pm ET today instead.- (We're Going To Space... And Government Is Not Invited)
UPDATE 12/20/2015: Looks like SpaceX's launch is being delayed 24 hours until Monday night.
SpaceX has announced that its Falcon 9 rocket may head back into space on Sunday after being grounded for nearly six months due to a mid-air explosion.
Maybe it's time to rethink the stiff, mechanical movements of the popular "robot" dance: A new NASA video features the agency's humanoid R5 robot breaking it down on the dance floor to an epic techno beat.
The next world conflict will begin in space with superpowers or terrorists blasting communications and spy satellites out of orbit, defence experts predict
Gearing up for the return of the Falcon 9
Richard Branson enlists the venerable cosmologist to unveil their new space ship
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em
SpaceX is scheduled to launch an upgraded version of its Falcon 9 rocket -- its most powerful rocket yet -- this Saturday between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. ET.
Elon Musk warns religious extremism and nuclear attacks will prevent us landing on the red planet
No sign of sandworms so far
Open-world resource collection and exploration on an interplanetary scale
Planetary destruction on the cheap
It'll be the company's first launch since a fiery failure in June