The first-ever knee cartilage in microgravity was made on the International Space Station. Redwire Corp. says the meniscus will assist with treating military personnel and aging seniors on Earth.
Tiny devices on satellites could soon track small pieces of space debris that are invisible to existing space junk monitoring systems but capable of destroying spacecraft if they collide with it.
Boom Technology's XB-1 supersonic jet has passed key milestones on the path to its historic first flight.
Space junk could one day be snatched in orbit with a strong bag, if a new contract to test the technology ends up flying in space.
DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) is seeking rapid develop of technologies to support the foundation for an integrated lunar infrastructure.
Because oxygen takes up valuable weight aboard spacecraft, space mission planners are interested in the idea of creating oxygen right there on Mars with raw Martian materials.
The Epiphany Transporter is the latest 'flying car' effort to be unveiled, but this one has NASA engineering at its back.
A Kickstarter campaign for Hestia, a system that turns a smartphone into a smart telescope, has crossed the $2 million dollar mark with under a week left to go.
A lightweight version of the International Space Station's robotic arm will help Astroscale remove decades-old space junk from Earth's orbit in the first mission of its kind.
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