The global response to the novel coronavirus pandemic is so intense that it's visible from space.
SpaceX's next launch has been postponed by international travel restrictions imposed because of the growing coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced Rocket Lab to postpone its next mission, which had been scheduled to launch on March 30.
China successfully launched three new military surveillance satellites into orbit on a Long March 2C rocket today (March 24).
Snatching a piece of asteroid Bennu was supposed to be — well, not easy, but certainly manageable: scope out the space rock, find some flat spots, swoop down at one, come back home.
As concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic continue to grow, the European Space Agency (ESA) is scaling back on-site personnel and hitting pause on several scientific missions.
If President Donald Trump's budget request becomes reality, NASA may need to shuffle some Red Planet missions, including developing a new Mars Ice Mapper.
With more and more people staying home, astronauts, who have immeasurable experience with isolation, have chimed in with their expert advice.
Rocket debris has been discovered downrange from a recent rocket launch from Xichang in southwest China.
The first positive case of coronavirus at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida was confirmed today (March 23).
As many NASA centers switch to mandatory telework to confront the spread of COVID-19, NASA leadership acknowledged that prized science missions may suffer delays.
Satellite operator OneWeb lofted 34 more spacecraft today (March 21) to beef up its burgeoning broadband constellation.
NASA is determined to get its life-hunting Mars rover off the ground this summer despite the coronavirus outbreak.
An Arianespace Soyuz rocket will launch more than 30 new OneWeb internet satellites into orbit today (March 21) and you can watch it all live online.
China's Chang'e 4 mission has started its 16th lunar day of work on the far side of the moon, with the Yutu 2 rover beginning a journey in search of new areas.
While NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy is safe from contamination in pre-flight quarantine, the growing pandemic is still having a major affect on his upcoming launch.
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