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.
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NASA is hailing the Perseverance rover's improved ability to pick its own targets as a way of speeding up science on Mars.
Future fusion reactions inside tokamaks could shine even brighter than before, thanks to groundbreaking new research to find the maximum density of the hydrogen plasma fuel that powers them.
Stratolaunch's Talon-A test vehicle will eventually drop from the biggest airplane ever built, known as the Roc.
The U.S. Defense Innovation Unit has awarded two contracts for nuclear propulsion and power systems in space by 2027.
NASA has unveiled incredible footage of its Mars helicopter Ingenuity on a record-breaking flight in April 2022.
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity cruised above some tracks made by its robotic partner on its most recent flight, as footage captured by the rotorcraft shows.
Satellite antennas can be 3D-printed in space with the help of sunlight using a new patented technique that promises to do away with clunky satellite parts that take up space in a rocket.
The U.S. military plans to launch satellites to learn more about how radio signals behave in part of the Earth's atmosphere.
As NASA's Martian helicopter recovers from a communications glitch, data from a past flight is showing a Red Planet ridge in high definition.
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.