A decade or so from now, astronauts could be cruising around the moon inside a Toyota rover.
NASA relied on the U.S. State Department to implement an extensive global network of antennas to support the 1969 moon landing.
The Starhopper spacecraft, a prototype of SpaceX's Starship Mars vehicle, is scheduled to make its first untethered test flight soon.
NASA has awarded California startup Made In Space $73.7 million to give the company's "Archinaut" spacecraft-assembly technology an orbital test.
Amazon released more details on its plan to deploy broadband satellites, telling U.S. telecom regulators service can start in limited areas with less than a fifth of the total constellation.
Firefly Aerospace announced July 9 it plans to work with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), the manufacturer of the Beresheet lunar lander, to develop its own lunar landers for NASA.
An epic lunar laser experiment is still going strong, five decades after the Apollo astronauts set it up on the surface.
More than 200,000 Facebook users say they're interested in joining a raid on Nevada's infamous Area 51 air base this summer.
Polish space startup SatRevolution successfully deployed its first two nanosats, the Swiatowid and the KRAKsat, into orbit from the International Space Station July 3.
The next SpaceX mission to the International Space Station (ISS) may be uncrewed, but it could nonetheless eventually help humanity extend its footprint far beyond low Earth orbit.
A report last month has buoyed the efforts of scientists seeking a dedicated mission to search for near Earth objects, although NASA has yet to commit to funding that mission.
When the next generation of crews lands on the moon's surface — which could happen as early as 2024 — NASA plans to use a lunar GPS to help astronauts find their way.
The Planetary Society's solar-sailing spacecraft LightSail 2 beamed back its first views of Earth on Sunday (July 7). And you can keep close tabs on the little satellite — here's how.
Skywatcher and satellite tracker Ralf Vandebergh recently caught a rare glimpse of the U.S. Air Force's secretive vehicle doing its thing in orbit.
The roughly 11-lb. (5 kilograms) cubesat is designed to showcase that efficient solar sailing is possible.
The failure of at least five percent of the first batch of SpaceX Starlink satellites has put a spotlight on the growing concerns with dead satellites in low Earth orbit.
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