Roscosmos has inked a deal with the U.S. space tourism company Space Adventures to fly two paying passengers to the International Space Station in 2021.
Learn the latest news about space tourism and space tourist trips into outer space. Space.com looks at the growing business of space tourism.
We know now what NASA science gear will fly on the first private moon landers, which could launch as early as this year.
The company that was to finance Mars One has been liquidated, dealing a severe setback to the venture’s quixotic goals of one-way human missions to Mars.
A test fire of SpaceX's newest engine reached the power level necessary for the company's next round of rocket designs, CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter.
Virgin Galactic wants to make the world a better place by giving a lot more people some much-needed perspective.
At an event celebrating Virgin Galactic's historic flight on Dec. 13, founder Sir Richard Branson shared that he hopes to make his first flight on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11.
SpaceX’s new astronaut taxi won’t make its inaugural trip to the International Space Station (ISS) this month after all.
SpaceX test-fired the flight version of its new Raptor rocket engine for the first time yesterday (Feb. 3), company founder and CEO Elon Musk announced.
SpaceX's giant Falcon Heavy rocket could take to the skies five weeks from now, if everything goes according to plan.
SpaceX's net-equipped ship had a fairing temporarily in its clutches during a recent test off the California coast, a newly released SpaceX video shows.
Today, only the Russians regularly bring people to space. By the end of 2019, several private U.S. companies could join them — including Blue Origin, which announced its intentions last week.
NASA will hold its annual Day of Remembrance on Feb. 7, agency officials announced Tuesday (Jan. 29).
SpaceX has fired up the rocket that will launch its first Dragon spacecraft built for astronauts ahead of an uncrewed test flight next month.