Friday night's launch failure was apparently caused by a software issue that should be relatively straightforward to fix, Astra representatives said.
Astra launched its first orbital test mission tonight (Sept. 11), sending its two-stage Rocket 3.1 skyward from the Pacific Spaceport Complex in Alaska.
Two rocket boosters whose parts were used in 80 space shuttle missions are parked outside of Los Angeles, a step closer to joining NASA's retired Endeavour orbiter in an stand-up display.
Two-time NASA spaceflyer Clayton Anderson is the first speaker in a new virtual initiative designed to keep astronauts in the public eye.
A new film channels the spirit and traces the lineage of Laika, the first creature ever to orbit Earth.
NASA, which has already booked robotic rides to the lunar surface on commercial landers, now aims to pay private companies to collect moon dirt.
Two space companies are teaming up on a planned 2022 mission that could help open up the off-Earth economy.
You can now attend a full lineup of live astronaut talks and "meet and greet" opportunities — all without having to leave your home.
Astronauts lose bone and muscle mass on long-duration missions, but a new treatment administered to mice in space could prevent that from happening, a new study finds.
A commercial cargo spacecraft bound for the International Space Station will fly under the name of a fallen NASA astronaut who was the first Indian-born woman to enter space.
A Chinese reusable experimental spacecraft has safely landed after two days in orbit, according to state media, and may have deployed a satellite during its mysterious, brief journey in space.
Here's a guide to all the rocket launches and astronomical events in 2020, as well as milestones for space missions, anniversaries and conferences.
Four Indian astronauts continue to train at Russia's Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center near Moscow as prospective space travelers for India's crewed Gaganyaan project.
A Chinese Long March 4B rocket successfully launched a new Earth-watching satellite Monday (Sep. 7) but its first stage narrowly missed a school when it fell back to Earth.
NASA's new Space Launch System megarocket and associated ground infrastructure have soared past original cost estimates to a degree that requires the agency to notify Congress.