This booster's rigorous testing will determine if and how other rockets are reusable
NASA is one step closer in its mission to "touch" the sun.
Those of a certain age and a certain bent can't fail to look at this beautiful depiction of the interior of a space station without a sense of nostalgia. Because, though Don Davis (in this case) depicts a presumably far-future vision of human space c
A streak of light seen bursting across the night sky late Wednesday was a Chinese rocket that reentered the atmosphere near California, the U.S. Strategic Command confirmed.
In the past five years, the number of operational satellites has jumped 40 percent, and nearly 1,400 now orbit the Earth. Industry officials say that number could more than double in five years as a revolution in technology has made satellites smalle
There are increasing elements of an obvious "hustle" about Musk's various endeavors. People are starting to notice. When the stock market finally collapses, Musk will face significant challenges.
Because space is an area without defined boundaries, there are many questions about legal jurisdiction on spacecraft orbiting Earth and other celestial bodies.
Hubble Telescope will investigate further
The Russian News Agency reports A total of seven launch vehicles of the Soyuz family will be built for the Russian Defense Ministry this year, Alexander Kirilin, the Director General of the Progress Missile and Space Center said on Friday.
A REVOLUTIONARY project is in the pipeline which will see scientists send human DNA to other star systems as a 'back-up' for the human species.
In May, scientists said they'd found three potentially habitable worlds.
A July 18 Orlando Sentinel article reported SpaceX is seeking U.S. government approval to access two new landing areas at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station to support returning stages for the future Falcon Heavy launch vehicle.
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Russia launched a Progress space freighter from Kazakhstan Saturday, kicking off a two-day flight to deliver 5,809 pounds of equipment and supplies to the International Space Station.