Brian Berger is the Editor-in-Chief of SpaceNews, a bi-weekly space industry news magazine, and SpaceNews.com. He joined SpaceNews covering NASA in 1998 and was named Senior Staff Writer in 2004 before becoming Deputy Editor in 2008. Brian's reporting on NASA's 2003 Columbia space shuttle accident and received the Communications Award from the National Space Club Huntsville Chapter in 2019. Brian received a bachelor's degree in magazine production and editing from Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.
As Florida braces for a hurricane expected to make landfall this weekend, the U.S. Air Force and SpaceX still hope to launch the X-37B reusable spaceplane before the storm hits.
SpaceX beat United Launch Alliance to win a $96.5 million contract to launch a GPS 3 navigation satellite from Cape Canaveral, Florida, in early 2019, the U.S. Air Force announced March 14.
A third U.S. Air Force weather satellite that launched more than 20 years ago has broken up in orbit, Air Force Space Command disclosed Monday evening.
Former NASA astronaut Eileen Collins is slated to speak at the GOP's convention in Cleveland one day before Donald Trump, the party's presumptive nominee, is due to give his acceptance speech.
A 20-year-old military weather satellite apparently exploded in orbit Feb. 3 following what the U.S. Air Force described as a sudden temperature spike.
Elon Musk discussed the worst year of his life in a new interview with "60 Minutes" correspondent Scott Pelley.
The CAIB was established within the first 24 hours of Columbia's breakup over the western United States.
A key congressman is no longer insisting that NASA choose one manned private spaceflight provider right away.
Virgin Galactic will conduct the first rocket tests of SpaceShipTwo by the end of 2012.
Fifty people will be selected to attend a two-day event leading up to the April 30 launch.
The space agency will have to cut back on ambitious missions to Mars and other planets.