NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has reportedly failed to spot India’s Chandrayaan-2 lunar lander, which apparently crashed during its Sept. 6 touchdown attempt.
The United States Air Force Space Command began conducting the 13th Schriever Wargame at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama yesterday (Sept. 4).
India's Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft at the moon successfully completed its fifth and final lunar orbit maneuver today (Sept. 1), setting the stage for the release of the country's first lunar lander.
The protection of trade routes and lines of communication are traditional military responsibilities, and this will continue to be true as cislunar space becomes "high ground."
The mission, which is scheduled to launch in July 2020, has suffered failures in two recent parachute tests.
China's tiny lunar orbiter Longjiang-2, also known as DSLWP-B, crashed intentionally into the moon's far side on July 31, according to media reports.
Colonists could avoid the harsh environment of the lunar surface by living in subterranean lava tubes. But researchers first need to learn more about these curious structures.
Now you can see what Neil Armstrong saw as he landed the Apollo 11 lunar module, known as the Eagle, on the surface of the moon on July 20, 1969.
The secretive mission of the U.S. Air Force X-37B mini-space plane has winged past 670 days of flight – just 48 days shy from setting a long duration record for the program.
Chandrayaan-2, which consists of an orbiter, lander and rover, is scheduled to launch Sunday evening (July 14).
Skywatcher and satellite tracker Ralf Vandebergh recently caught a rare glimpse of the U.S. Air Force's secretive vehicle doing its thing in orbit.
Analysts at SatelliteInternet.com used data from the National UFO Reporting Center and the US Census to determine you might have a higher likelihood of spotting a UFO in the US.
In July, the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) celebrates 50 years of investigating and promoting research about unidentified flying objects. Do we know any more now than we did in 1969?
The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs and the China Manned Space Agency have announced the winners of their joint opportunity to conduct experiments onboard the China Space Station.
Two U.S. senators have introduced a bill that seeks to preserve and protect the historic Apollo 11 landing site.
India is now gearing up for the July launch of Chandrayaan-2, a robotic lunar orbiter/lander/rover combo that is slated to touch down at a predetermined site close to the lunar south pole.
Luxembourg-based Intelsat reports that its Intelsat 29E satellite (IS-29E) is now a total loss, after having reported earlier that the spacecraft suffered an anomaly.
A preliminary investigation puts the apparent blame for Beresheet's April 11 moon crash on a "manual command" that was entered into the spacecraft's computer.
A NASA piggyback experiment may have survived the April 11 crash of Israel's Beresheet moon lander, experts said.
Israel's robotic Beresheet moon lander is nearing its moment of truth: an epic lunar touchdown attempt scheduled to occur between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. EDT on Thursday (April 11).
Beresheet will slip into orbit around the moon tomorrow morning (April 4) — if it aces a crucial engine burn.
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter continues to monitor the whereabouts and wanderings of China's Yutu 2 rover on the moon's far side.
Russia's SIRIUS (Scientific International Research in Unique Terrestrial Station) experiment is now underway, simulating a flight to the moon.
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