A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched 22 Starlink satellites from Florida's Space Coast this evening (Sept. 29) and landed on a ship at sea.
New photos from Stoke Space show the successful test flight, Hopper2, bringing the company one step closer toward developing fully reusable rockets.
Ax-1's Larry Connor and the rest of the 'Alpha 5' team set a new HALO formation skydiving world record on Thursday morning (Sept. 28).
The launch of NASA's Psyche mission has been delayed by a week to Oct. 12, so the team can deal with a recently detected thruster issue.
Tokyo-based ispace has opened a U.S. headquarters in order to help the company develop and launch robotic landers to the moon on behalf of NASA and other customers.
On Wednesday (Sept. 27), China launched a fourth satellite in the Yaogan 33 group, which are believed to be radar reconnaissance craft.
China's Shenzhou 16 astronauts conducted an eye-raising experiment in space involving open flames aboard the Tiangong space station.
NASA is forming a response team after an independent review board examined the agency’s ongoing plans and objectives for its upcoming mission to retrieve samples from Mars.
Iran sent its 3rd military satellite to orbit on Wednesday (Sept. 27), lofting the Noor 3 spacecraft atop a Qasem rocket.
As commercial space flights increase, experts urge clear ethical guidelines on research involving passengers in the absence of existing ethical frameworks.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Is making progress on its rover for a joint mission with India to the south pole of the moon.
NASA space shuttle astronaut Jan Davis first read her father's letters about being a WWII prisoner of war in 2020. The collection inspired her to write a new memoir, called "Air Born."
The Federal Aviation Administration has finished investigating the failure suffered by Blue Origin's New Shepard suborbital vehicle on Sept. 12, 2022.
Japan's SLIM lunar lander has sent back an eerie image of Earth as a test of the camera it will use to help it land accurately on the moon a few months from now.
As NASA saw its first asteroid sample return to Earth, three museums took particular notice, knowing they had been chosen to display small examples of the space rock material.
The first American to spend a year in space and first Russians to do the same on the International Space Station have landed. Frank Rubio, Sergey Prokopyev and Dmitri Petelin returned on Soyuz MS-23.
The Artemis 2 moon rocket's core stage now has all four of its RS-25 engines mounted in place. It's a big milestone for the mission as it sails toward a launch in late 2024.
NASA astronaut Frank Rubio and his two Russian crewmates are scheduled to return to Earth Wednesday morning (Sept. 27) after a year in space, and you can watch it live.