Boeing and SpaceX have won contracts to build "space taxis" for NASA.» Read More
The cloud-computing revolution is all about sharing, but Nebula knows companies still want to keep their cloud, and secrets, locked up.
Elon Musk is helping to launch a commercial space industry with reusable rockets and commercial vehicles that can take humans into space.
Ukraine tensions could push Congress to invest more in the space program. Here's why.
Hotel pioneer Robert Bigelow has been constructing his latest real estate project in space.
Two firms have announced plans to send missions to asteroids within the next three years in order to mine the ore and metals on the space rocks.
Robert Bigelow is applying to amend a 1967 international agreement on the moon so that a system of private property rights can be established there.
Check out a solar phenomenon known as "the canyon of fire".
Small companies that rely on federal contracts have been dealt a severe blow.
NASA is one of the hardest hit departments from the government shutdown, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.
Only six-percent of Johnson Space Center employees are cleared for work, reports Scott Cohn, with the details on how the government shutdown is impacting government workers.
Delaware companies in advanced industries are bringing manufacturing jobs back from abroad, such as ILC Dover, and luring new ones from overseas, including Hologic from Germany.
To grow in the 21st century, Boeing knows it needs to do more than make airplanes. So the company has been aggressively diversifying. Take space, for example.
Unemployment ballooned to 11.7 percent last August in Florida's Space Coast, but since then, there's been an impressive infusion of positive energy — not to mention millions of investment dollars ... and jobs
Elon Musk's SpaceX is scheduled to launch a rocket and space capsule filled with supplies bound for the International Space Station on May 7. If the launch is successful, it will be the first time a private company, not a government agency, has accomplished such a feat.
In this Guest Blog, former CEO Carly Fiorina shares her thoughts on the announcement that several tech billionaires are going to bankroll a venture to mine asteroids writing, "thank goodness America still has visionaries who understand that we must lead in space."
It’s no secret that the global economy is in trouble, so if you’re bored of the world of stocks and bonds and feel the tedium of a slowing market, the time may have come to explore whole new world of investment: space travel.