NASA issued a notice changing the rules on privately run crewed missions to the ISS after the experience of Ax-1, which saw its private astronauts ask the ISS crew for help.
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New Zealand partners with private space exploration firm Axiom Space as it plans to run more science experiments on the International Space Station.
The ISS can't fly forever, and NASA officials envision a diverse market of commercial space stations taking its place as demand for access to low Earth orbit continues to increase.
Virgin Galactic has acquired land for a new astronaut campus and training facility in New Mexico close to Spaceport America.
Blue Origin is targeting Thursday (Aug. 4) for the next crewed mission of its New Shepard vehicle, which will send six people to suborbital space and back.
Space Perspective's balloon-borne capsule won't have the gumdrop shape we typically associate with that aerospace term.
The passengers on Blue Origin's sixth crewed flight, known as NS-22, include the first Egyptian and Portuguese astronauts.
We honor the heroes of Apollo 11 and all those who made their accomplishment possible, yet many still deride astronauts in the U.S. private space industry.
Chinese launch services company CAS Space has signed a cooperation agreement with a giant state-owned travel company in an apparent boost for fledgling space tourism efforts in China.
Suborbital space tourism provider Virgin Galactic could build up to six spaceships a year at its newly announced Arizona facility.
Suborbital space tourism provider Virgin Galactic announced a deal Wednesday (July 6) to build a new set of carrier planes.
The crew for the first mission in the privately funded Polaris program is scaling new heights to prepare for their record-breaking SpaceX flight later this year.
Less than two hours after they landed from space, the six members of Blue Origin's fifth crewed mission were all sure of at least one thing: one flight into space was not enough.
Blue Origin's fifth human spaceflight, a mission called NS-21, launched from the company's West Texas site on June 4, 2022. See photos here.
Blue Origin sent six people to suborbital space today (June 4), acing its fifth human spaceflight mission and notching several milestones in the process.
Blue Origin will launch six more people to the final frontier this morning (June 4), and you can watch the action live.
NS-21, the next mission of Blue Origin's New Shepard suborbital vehicle, is now targeted for Saturday (June 4) — about two weeks later than originally planned.
NASA has refuted a report alleging a potentially dangerous complication during SpaceX's Ax-1 mission to the International Space Station last month.
Blue Origin is no longer targeting Friday (May 20) for the launch of its next space tourist mission after discovering an issue with its New Shepard vehicle. A new launch date has not been announced.