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The U.S. Space Force's mysterious X-37B space plane is poised to launch atop a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket on Sunday (Dec. 10), and you can likely watch it live.
NASA is licensing a radical new form of propulsion that uses electromagnets to control the flow of plasma over aircraft and spacecraft flying at hypersonic speeds.
Weird effects of space junk collisions could help researchers detect dangerous, hard-to-see orbital clutter.
Of all of the food items she helped send into space, Vickie Kloeris' favorite was the cherry-blueberry cobbler. A NASA food scientist for 34 years, Kloeris has published her memoir 'Space Bites.'
The United States, United Kingdom and Australia signed an agreement to develop a deep space radar capability to keep an eye on what's happening in geosynchronous orbit.
SpaceX launched 22 more Starlink internet satellites to orbit from California early on Friday morning (Dec. 8).
Crossed wires likely prevented OSIRIS-REx's return capsule from deploying its drogue parachute during its descent through Earth's atmosphere on Sept. 24, NASA officials say.
Chinese startup Galactic Energy is flying high again after a successful satellite launch on Monday (Dec. 4).
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