SpaceX is about to make another milestone as the company signed a deal with another company to launch a recycled rocket at a discounted price.
Hawaii is preparing for the landfall of two hurricanes known as Lester and Madeline. NASA was able to capture and observe the weather disturbances in a day.
NASA’s International Space Station (ISS) is truly a cut above the rest when it comes to the latest technological advancements. In fact, there’s more to add at the ISS and more research to be done. Apart from the latest biomolecule sequencer experiment, a new HD camera is set to be installed.
A NASA astronaut has successfully sequenced DNA for the first time aboard the International Space Station.
An international satellite operator will be the first company that will launch cargo to space reusing the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
China has only recently unveiled images of its Mars rover as well as launched its most powerful rocket. The country might have kept silent about its space program for years, but its recent developments could indicate that China is a force to be reckoned with.
United Launch Alliance is ramping up its plans to create reusable second-stage rockets called “space trucks.”
The Orbital ATK Antares' "Return to Flight" launch was rescheduled to September because the upgraded vehicle needs review and approval from NASA before it can fly to the International Space Station (ISS).
NASA is working with six different private space companies to develop space habitats for deep space missions.
NASA will air the momentous spacewalk on Aug. 19 when astronauts install the new docking port outside of the International Space Station (ISS).
NASA is working with both SpaceX and Boeing to send crew to the ISS using new space capsules capable of transporting human beings to space.
The first DNA sequencer or biomolecular sequencer was sent to space by SpaceX and it will be tested if it can work in a non-Earth environment and in microgravity.
NASA released a Request for Information (RIF) to gauge if the private sector is interested in using the International Space Station (ISS) for commercial purposes.
Groot and Rocket Raccoon, two of Marvel’s popular space heroes, will appear on NASA’s new mission patch.