The U.S. military has awarded contracts under a new program to address in-space manufacturing needs, as part of a larger effort to reduce the costs of spaceflight.
The U.K. is getting serious about beaming solar power from space and thinks it could have a demonstrator in orbit by 2035.
The U.S. military is ready to take the next step in developing a nuclear rocket to help monitor Earth-moon space, an area it has deemed a high strategic priority.
We can end the current fossil fuel war, by providing abundant resources and clean energy from the moon to Earth, and by moving our toxic industries away from our unique and precious biosphere.
AST SpaceMobile, which wants to provide satellite service directly to your cell phone, just took an important step toward that goal.
China's LinkSpace plans to send a rocket into space and land it safely in late 2022, three years after the startup's last major test.
Lockheed Martin tested a hypersonic weapon prototype for the U.S. military's DARPA that flew at 5 times the speed of sound.
Space cleanup company Astroscale nearly succeeded at catching a simulated piece of space junk but was forced to suspend the demonstration due to a technical anomaly.
Scientists at Nanjing University believe they can use compounds found in lunar soil to locally produce oxygen and fuel to support crewed moon missions.
The European ExoMars rover is unlikely to launch before 2028 as the European Space Agency is replacing its Russian-built landing platform due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Engineers are currently testing a device that will make GPS navigation work on the moon in the U.K. ahead of a 2024 launch of a demonstration mission.
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Rocket Lab caught a returning booster with a helicopter during an orbital launch today (May 2), notching a huge milestone for the company and its quest to make its Electron rocket partially reusable.