SpaceX just secured its first deal to provide inflight internet service on airplanes using its Starlink constellation of broadband satellites.
Russia just performed the first full test launch of its next-generation intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).
Astrobotic just unveiled the flight model of its robotic Peregrine lunar lander, which is slated to launch to the moon late this year.
A Ukrainian space tech start-up has postponed its goal of going to the moon to volunteer its technology to fight Russia. But they still believe they will get there one day.
One year ago today (April 19), NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity lifted into the Red Planet sky for the first time.
The Biden administration wants other countries to sign on to its pledge not to conduct destructive anti-satellite missile tests in space.
In 2021, a team of hologram doctors was "holoported" to space to visit astronauts living aboard the International Space Station, NASA has revealed.
The recent Russian signal attacks against Ukraine mark one of the first times we have seen this strategy 'in theater,' an analyst said.
Over the past few months, Promin Aerospace has proven its concept of a unique self-burning rocket, an idea based on autophagic, or "self-devouring," technology.
The 4-pound (1.8 kilograms) Ingenuity aced its 25th flight on the Red Planet last Friday (April 8), setting new personal bests for speed and distance.
The Elegoo Saturn is a mid-to-large sized resin 3D printer that’s ideal for bigger figurines and prototyping.
The $26 billion NASA budget allocation for 2023 will help advance the agency's Artemis program, space and Earth science efforts, X-plane development, and commercial partnerships.
Ax-1's Mission Specialist Eytan Stibbe will perform the Fluidic Telescope Experiment (FLUTE), investigating the use of liquids to construct telescope lenses in microgravity.
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter completed its 24th Martian flight on Sunday (April 3), a short repositioning hop that covered 154 feet (47 meters) in 69.5 seconds.
This month, the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft will make the first fully-private, crewed flight to the International Space Station. The going price for a seat is US$55 million.