It looks like we'll have to wait a little longer to see Starhopper make its biggest leap yet.
Virgin Galactic unveiled the mostly completed interior of its 'Gateway to Space' building here at Spaceport America today (Aug. 15). The Gateway is now 'functionally operational.'
SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk voiced his support over the weekend for Yang, a 44-year-old entrepreneur who's seeking to become the Democratic Party's candidate in the 2020 presidential election.
Europe's Rosetta spacecraft wasn't the only object circling Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko back in 2015.
A new type of nuclear reactor designed to power crewed outposts on the moon and Mars could be ready for its first in-space trial just a few years from now, project team members said.
Life has had plenty of opportunities to spread throughout the Milky Way galaxy over the eons — and our own Earth could be one of the key dispersal points.
The first orbital prototype of SpaceX's Mars-colonizing Starship vehicle should be ready to fly soon, company founder and CEO Elon Musk said.
Space radiation will take a toll on astronauts' brains during the long journey to Mars, a new study suggests.
The U.S. Air Force's X-37B military space plane has now been circling Earth for 700 days, just a few weeks shy of the vehicle's spaceflight-duration record.
The speedy, net-equipped GO Ms. Tree plucked a payload fairing out of the sky for the second time ever on Tuesday evening (Aug. 6).
The California-based company plans to start recovering and reflying the first stage of its Electron launch vehicle in the near future.
The three architects of supergravity are getting some high-profile recognition, more than four decades after they developed the influential theory.
Ground zero for the impact that caused a Mars mega-tsunami more than 3 billion years ago may have been found.
Frozen alien worlds might be capable of supporting a greater diversity and complexity of life than previously thought, a new study suggests.
NASA is partnering with more than a dozen U.S. companies, including SpaceX and Blue Origin, on 19 different technology-development projects.
One of the first three companies that NASA tapped to deliver agency payloads to the lunar surface has backed out of its deal.
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