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Scientists will meet to discuss the research potential of suborbital spaceflight.
The Playboy Club in space would include a casino, fine-dining, zero-gravity dancing and an "orbital pleasure dome."
A proposed roller coaster will give passengers the sensation of about eight seconds of microgravity.
Go behind the scenes of the flight tests and rocket engine checks of Virgin Galactic’s first SpaceShipTwo spaceship for passenger flights into suborbital space.
Tourists at Spaceport America can have a thrilling experience without leaving the ground.
Powered test flights should occur this summer.
The first test launch of SpaceX's Dragon space capsule to the International Space Station will be no earlier than March 20.
SpaceX has recently test fired the next generation of astronaut safeguards, the SuperDraco Engine, with the ability to catapult its Dragon capsule off the rocket and land safely on a landing pad.
In this space wallpaper, Dragon is a free-flying, reusable spacecraft being developed by SpaceX under NASA's Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) program.
SpaceX is working toward the first test flight of its Dragon spacecraft in March 2012.
The launch of SpaceX's Dragon capsule will likely occur sometime in the spring, according to company officials.
Former NASA astronaut Ken Bowersox has departed the private space company.
The new documentary follows the first American second-generation spaceflyer.
'Apogee of Fear' features the acting debuts of two NASA astronauts and a cosmonaut.
See photos of private space traveler Richard Garriott from his 2008 ISS trip.
The year ahead will be very important for private spaceflight companies.
The 50th anniversary of human spaceflight brought big changes.
The next phase of private-spacecraft development should be a 'pretty big jump,' NASA says.