SpaceX plans to launch a Canadian advertisement-beaming satellite into space that will eventually accept payments in Dogecoin, according to a media report.
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NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity is getting set for its 11th off-Earth flight, which could happen early Thursday morning (Aug. 5).
The Mars helicopter Ingenuity flew its 10th flight on Saturday (July 24) to pass its first 1-mile marker.
NASA and the U.S. Department of Energy have teamed up to fund three design concepts for reactors that could become part of a nuclear thermal propulsion system.
Three companies — Masten Space Systems, Lunar Outpost and Honeybee Robotics — are developing a new system that would use rockets to mine water ice on the moon.
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter, which landed on Mars with the agency's Perseverance rover in February, has now completed eight Red Planet flights — and it's far from done.
United Airlines plans to add faster speeds to its passenger airliner fleet, with the help of Boom Supersonic.
U.K. startup Arqit expects to launch a worldwide service for sharing unbreakable quantum-encrypted messages using satellites in 2023.
The world’s first satellite made partially of wood is set to launch to space later this year. It will test how well the sustainable material deals with the harsh environment of space.
Relativity Space revealed details of Terran R, a new two-stage rocket that's key to the Southern California startup's bold off-Earth goals, which include helping humanity get a foothold on Mars.
Astra announced on Monday (June 7) that it's acquiring Apollo Fusion, a company that builds electric-propulsion spacecraft engines.
The U.S. Air Force has launched a Rocket Cargo program to study the use of commercial spacecraft to ship supplies around the world.
Deep inside some of NASA's most venerable spacecraft beat similar plutonium-filled hearts to warm and power the robots.
A strange consequence of Lynn Rothschild's current research is that she ends up snapping photos of the more exotic mushroom offerings she encounters in the grocery store's produce aisle.