SpaceX launch for the U.S. National Defense was scrapped due to sensor problems with the Falcon 9 rocket. The rocket was launched May 1.
President Donald Trump, during his congratulatory call to astronaut Peggy Whitson on the ISS, said he wanted to speed up the efforts in order to send humans to Mars sooner. He even asked if the esteemed astronaut is interested in flying to the red planet.
Boeing designed a new spacesuit to be worn by astronauts that will journey to space aboard the Starliner. The company plans to test the spacecraft and the suit in 2018.
Star Wars won't be on a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. It appears Boeing may actually bring the epic laser battles of the franchise on Earth for real.
SpaceX won't shuttle astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2017. The planned mission was moved to 2018 after successfully completing two test flights.
ULA just released a web tool that will enable consumers to calculate how much they can save when choosing a ULA rocket for their payload to space.
In order to save for the upcoming Journey to Mars, NASA is crowd-sourcing for cheaper Mars vehicle concepts. The agency is calling out private commercial industries to propose new technologies that might help in making more affordable Martian vehicles.
The new high-definition imaging satellite WorldView-3 was launched to space last Nov.14.
SpaceX's Elon Musk has been straightforward with his plans about taking humans to Mars in 2025 -- earlier than NASA's "Journey to Mars" scheduled in 2030. But NASA is not racing against the private space company.
Musk found himself a competitor with Boeing, another commercial space flight company, who's CEO recently announced that he plans to beat Musk to Mars. The question now is, whose human-carrying rocket will make it to Mars first?
Interplanetary travel, most especially the Journey to Mars will always require a huge amount of money to execute, but experts say it is a worthy investment.
Boeing CEO said that he believes the first people to set foot on Mars will arrive in a Boeing-made spacecraft.
ULA’s Atlas V rocket was chosen by NASA to launch its highly anticipated Mars 2020 rover into space.
United Launch Alliance is ramping up its plans to create reusable second-stage rockets called “space trucks.”