An unmanned heavy-lift Proton rocket malfunctioned Saturday.
NASA and SpaceX have unofficially agreed to combine the two remaining test flights of SpaceX's Dragon capsule.
A European gravity-measuring spacecraft has returned to its planned orbit after a computer glitch this summer.
White House officials are objecting to a Senate defense bill provision that would restrict the military's imagery purchases from commercial satellites.
U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. William Shelton has been nominated to serve as commander of Air Force Space Command.
By 2014, a ticket for suborbital flight is likely to cost between $50,000 and $100,000 as the industry develops to offer hundreds or even thousands of flights annually, experts say.
India's Parliament has increased the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) budget for 2010 by about 38 percent over last year.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden pledged to boost Israeli participation in the U.S. space program during a five-day visit to Israel.
A former U.S. ambassador to Finland is training to fly aboard a Russian spaceship as a backup space tourist.
U.S President-elect Barack Obama has added a Virgin Galactic adviser and two more former NASA officials to the team leading the transition at the U.S. space agency.