Veteran launch provider Arianespace's parent Ariane Group has teamed up with the French space agency CNES for ArianeWorks, a project for reusable rockets.
An Apollo astronaut's car that was custom-styled after his spacecraft's colors is set to land on the National Mall and in the Library of Congress.
Made In Space intends to launch another ZBLAN-manufacturing machine to the International Space Station within the next year or so.
Skybot F-850 tweeted out a photo of Earth from the space station that was taken by a NASA astronaut almost 10 years ago.
The United States Air Force Space Command began conducting the 13th Schriever Wargame at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama yesterday (Sept. 4).
It was only a matter of time: Amateur sleuths think they've tracked down the satellite that took a high-resolution image of the aftermath of an Iranian missile disaster.
Newly designed insect-sized robots could be used to explore distant worlds and objects like asteroids and comets.
The best way to extract water from the moon and near-Earth asteroids involves hitting the stuff with sunlight or other forms of radiation, if three NASA-funded projects are any guide.
Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, attached the tiny Mars Helicopter to the agency's car-size Mars 2020 rover today (Aug. 28), agency officials announced.
The protection of trade routes and lines of communication are traditional military responsibilities, and this will continue to be true as cislunar space becomes "high ground."
NASA is considering two proposals that would study space weather from the sun, which poses a radiation threat to astronauts cruising across the solar system.
NASA's Deep Space Atomic Clock, which will pave the way for deep space exploration, has been activated and will now begin a year-long tech demo.
SpaceX postponed the launch of its Starhopper test rocket's highest flight yet on Monday (Aug. 26) after a last-second abort.
The robotic X-37B has been circling Earth for nearly 719 days on its latest mystery mission, which is known as Orbital Test Vehicle 5 (OTV-5).
A Japanese company that aims to help humanity settle the moon has adjusted the timeline of its first two missions.
Astronauts may one day orbit the moon, live on the lunar surface or travel to Mars in a multifloor, inflatable habitat, should Sierra Nevada's Gateway concept be adopted by NASA.
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