21 Sep 2023, 15:42 UTC · By: Cristian Agatie / SpaceX lost 212 Starlink satellites in unknown conditions in the period spanning July 18 and September 18, satellite tracking data shows
21 Sep 2023, 08:23 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / Just a few days are left until the OSIRIS-REx spaceship drops a capsule containing an asteroid sample, Europeans snatch it on film as it approaches
20 Sep 2023, 16:55 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / A careful study of the data the Parker Solar Probe collected during the incident seems to comport with a research paper published in 2003.
19 Sep 2023, 05:45 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / On Sunday, September 24, the OSIRIS-REx mission ends with a capsule containing a piece of an asteroid landing in the Utah desert
18 Sep 2023, 19:14 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / It might be difficult not to write off Pulsar Fusion's operation as little more than weapons-grade ambition. But their founder and CEO seems dead set.
18 Sep 2023, 16:50 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / By non-astrophysicist standards, K2-18 b is a peculiar exoplanet. One roughly 8.6 times the size of Earth by the latest measurements.
15 Sep 2023, 06:51 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / NASA confirmed that last month SpaceX performed a cold start firing test for the Raptor engine that'll go into the Starship lunar lander
14 Sep 2023, 16:30 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / Of course, 122 grams of oxygen might not sound like anything impressive. But before you downplay the scale of the achievement, consider this.
14 Sep 2023, 07:35 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / NASA says it installed the first of four RS-25 engines on the Space Launch System destined for the Artemis II Moon mission.
13 Sep 2023, 06:56 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / American astronaut Frank Rubio will have spent a total of 371 consecutive days on the ISS upon his return later this month, a new NASA record
10 Sep 2023, 20:14 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / In their report, the FAA cited several different factors that directly contributed to the first test-worthy Starship vehicle to turn into a fireworks display.
8 Sep 2023, 20:47 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / Martin Marietta had every intention of building a fleet of Spacemaster orbiters had the program gotten the green light from NASA over other companies.
2 Sep 2023, 17:51 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / Using impact-site coordinates published by Roscosmos themselves, NASA's LRO could pinpoint and precisely pinpoint the location of Russia's doomed lunar probe.
31 Aug 2023, 08:26 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / The OSIRIS-Rex spaceship is now less than a month away from Earth, it will deliver samples of a 4.5 billion years old asteroid on September 24
31 Aug 2023, 06:43 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / Space company Virgin Galactic expects to conduct its third spaceflight in early September, people on board have been waiting for 19 years to take the trip
30 Aug 2023, 08:04 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / NASA's Integrated LCRD Low Earth Orbit User Modem and Amplifier Terminal mission will depart in November to prove laser comms are better than radio
23 Aug 2023, 14:23 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / The Chandrayaan-3 probe was launched out of Satish Dhawan Space Centre off the Bay of Bengal on Jul 14th of this year and had been scouting since Aug 5th.
23 Aug 2023, 08:52 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / NASA shares a rendering of the International Habitat (I-Hab) module of the lunar space station Gateway, the work of the European Space Agency
17 Aug 2023, 10:14 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / NASA completed acoustic testing of the Artemis II Orion spaceship, now in the process of rolling the SLS rocket's mobile launcher to the pad.
16 Aug 2023, 14:04 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / A new video published by space tech specialist Hazegrayart puts the Chinese Tiangong space station into perspective and in virtual orbit.