SpaceX, Astrobotic and a dozen other companies just got an infusion of NASA cash to develop potentially game-changing exploration technologies.
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The magnetic fields are more than a thousand times stronger than the magnetic field used in MRI machines..
Eight military satellites will be deployed for a new missile-warning system under construction from the Department of Defense's Space Development Agency (SDA).
Three commercial space technologies devoted to distance communications will be inducted into the Space Technology Hall of Fame today (Oct. 8). Here's how you can watch it live.
The rollout of 5G mobile internet is happening in an environment we couldn't anticipate even a year ago. Here's what to expect as 5G rolls out across the United States.
Artificial intelligence transformed NASA footage of Apollo missions to the moon, making decades-old events look like they were shot on high-definition video.
The UK government aims to spur the development of rockets that gobble themselves up on the way to orbit.
Four small spacecraft are being readied for moonbound treks to help quench a thirst for new data about lunar water ice.
World Space Week 2020 kicks off today (Oct. 4) and will celebrate how satellites have changed humanity. Here's how to watch.
Austin-based startup ICON, which 3D-prints houses here on Earth, just launched Project Olympus, an ambitious effort to develop a space-based construction system.
The first NASA-branded product from OROS, an outerwear company that was built around a space-age insulator, the 39A flight jacket launched for sale today (Oct. 1).
DARPA just awarded a $14 million task order that will support a program called Demonstration Rocket for Agile Cislunar Operations.
World Space Week is held each year from Oct. 4 to Oct. 10, and this year's programming will focus on satellites.
Sputnik's pioneering flight 63 years ago this week in 1957 had a deep resonance on Americans. Today, the culture and technology of satellites continues to impact people around the world.
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