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Vice President Mike Pence is set to lay out on Thursday a detailed plan for President Donald Trump's vision of a Space Force.
Elon Musk's distaste for the public markets may be pushing him to take Tesla private, but the chief executive has not scared away SpaceX investors.
Elon Musk, chief executive of both publicly traded Tesla and privately-held SpaceX, said in a blog post Tuesday he does not have any intention "to merge SpaceX and Tesla."
NASA announced the assignments of the first nine astronauts riding commercial spacecraft to the ISS.
“Terraforming Mars is not possible using present-day technology,” says a NASA investigator.
Boeing provided updates about the status of its Starliner program in a conference call with reporters on Wednesday.
Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong may have literally planted a US flag on the moon, but nearly 50 years later, many still wonder: Who owns the moon? A professor of space law elaborates on this question in The Conversation.
Virgin Galactic succeeded in the third rocket-powered flight of its Unity spacecraft on Thursday.
SpaceX launched and landed its rocket on Wednesday morning from California.
White House speechwriter Bill Safire penned the address "In event of moon disaster" on July 18, 1969.
Blue Origin launched its New Shepard rocket on Wednesday for the ninth time, taking off from the company's facility near Van Horn, Texas.
A host of U.S. companies signed partnerships with the United Kingdom Space Agency, and several more are waiting in the wings.
Blue Origin will soon offer tourists a ride to space but only after completing its own crewed flight tests, the company told CNBC on Friday.
NASA is likely to further delay its program to send U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station using capsules developed by Boeing and SpaceX, the GAO said in a report published Wednesday.
OH honors space icon John Glenn with an astronomy park