2 Aug 2022, 20:01 UTC / The idea we could send a space probe over vast distances to Jupiter and stick an even smaller drilling lander onto Europa's icy surface are dubious at best.
2 Aug 2022, 01:35 UTC / As ludicrous as it sounds, such a mission could provide an entirely different perspective as to how a planetary body acquires and maintains liquid oceans.
31 Jul 2022, 13:31 UTC / If you haven't been paying attention, and we totally understand if you haven't, Artemis I is set to launch its first uncrewed test flight on August 29th
31 Jul 2022, 07:42 UTC / Where NASA had a titan of the old German war machine in Wernher Von Braun, the Soviets had a space architect extraordinaire of their own in Sergei Korolev.
27 Jul 2022, 20:53 UTC / In truth, the story of Wernher Von Braun's ambitions for putting humans on Mars dates back to his earliest days in the U.S. after World War II
27 Jul 2022, 00:08 UTC / Without the long-term support of the nation that launched the first ISS module to space 23 years ago, long term plans for the ISS may be in jeopardy
13 Jul 2022, 02:36 UTC / t must be said, some of the food items on display in this exhibit look especially ghastly. Especially in this dehydrated form
11 Jul 2022, 19:08 UTC / You can very easily see just how much of the rubber compound was stripped away as the Shuttle made its touchdown at the Kennedy Space Center
10 Jul 2022, 05:30 UTC / Today, the only Molab mockup stands guard over the Red Planet Café, the Mars-themed lunch cafeteria inside the Cradle of Aviation Museum.
9 Jul 2022, 01:30 UTC / Among the pieces in the Cradle of Aviation's significant collection, LM-13 just might be the crown jewel. Its own dedicated section in the museum is the proof.
27 Jun 2022, 19:37 UTC / Docked at the ISS since this February, this particular spacecraft successfully fired its main engine to keep it on rails in orbit for a bit longer.
6 Jun 2022, 17:52 UTC / This is the curious case of a NASA initiative referred to as Advanced Gemini. The little-known project that would have put the Gemini program on steroids.
5 Jun 2022, 08:07 UTC / Just like that, the most promising Lunar Lander spacecraft in almost 50 years was all but dead in the water. Leaving NASA to start all over again.
2 Jun 2022, 06:25 UTC / Announced in 2017, the Artemis Program is an initiative rewriting the playbook for manned beyond Earth exploration. But it nearly never happened at all.
29 Mar 2022, 11:48 UTC / The SORA-Q robot was co-developed by a company called TakaraTomy, best known for creating the original Transformers toys
23 Sep 2021, 19:22 UTC / Rocket Lab's Electron rocket will carry Astroscale's ADRAS-J satellite into orbit. Once deployed, the satellite will demo new space debris removal tech
26 Aug 2021, 02:47 UTC / On August 25th, Astroscale announced that its orbital debris removal satellite has tested for the first time its ability to capture a spacecraft in space.
23 Aug 2021, 21:52 UTC / Millennium Space Systems, a Boeing company, has successfully proven its Terminator Tape ability to safely and quickly de-orbit an inactive satellite.
7 Jul 2021, 11:04 UTC / On Saturday, July 4th, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to say that the company's Starship spacecraft might "chomp up" space debris in the future.
28 Jun 2021, 07:15 UTC / This sleeping module is designed for future space missions and includes a modular design, allowing it to be stored when not in use; it's been tested on the ISS