Hundreds of thousands of people used flight-tracking websites to follow the path of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's historic flight into Taiwan on Tuesday (Aug. 2).
At the center of space exploration beats a heart of incredible technological marvels and innovation that inspires scientists and engineers to reach for the stars. See some of the wildest space tech concepts here, as well as technologies needed to ensure humanity's expansion across the solar system.
The experimental Airbus Zephyr drone has been airborne for over 42 straight days, setting a new record for an uncrewed flight.
NASA photos show the agency's all-electric "Crew Transportation Vehicle" to drive Artemis astronauts to the launch pad.
Launching an interstellar probe sounds exceedingly lofty, ambitious, and tough to do. But there's no need to wait for new technology, say advocates.
Swiss architects team up with students to design a space habitat that can fit inside SpaceX's Starship.
If nuclear-powered spaceflight is ever realized, there will be a need for new types of robots to perform dangerous maintenance tasks.
The 10-foot-tall (3 meters) Mars Ascent Vehicle will blast rock, sediment and atmospheric samples off Mars in the early 2030s, in the first-ever rocket launch from the surface of another planet.
It's an early-stage project, but researchers say a new biofuel holds potential for low-carbon rocket launches.
A NASA JPL concept aims to send tiny swimming robots to explore oceans on other planets and moons in our solar system.
LightSail 2 is now marking three years of spaceflight, but is unlikely to celebrate a fourth anniversary.
Three companies will demonstrate their potential to power lunar infrastructure using nuclear fission systems, under new joint NASA contracts announced on Tuesday (June 21).
Stratolaunch's enormous Roc carrier aircraft aced its seventh test flight yesterday (June 16), flying higher than it ever has before.
The world's largest plane took off for its sixth test flight on Thursday (June 9) but ended up landing before completing all of its flight objectives.
Ingenuity's handlers are preparing the little chopper for operation in the bitter cold of Martian winter, as nighttime temperatures have begun to drop below its design parameters.
Ukrainian rocket company Promin Aerospace, which is currently developing an ultralight, autophagic launch vehicle, has conducted a new series of studies on its unique engine.