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Millions of people signed up to storm Area 51 in September — here’s a look at what the invaders will find when they hit the small Nevada t...
It started off as a Facebook joke, and has since spiraled into something much bigger than anyone anticipated.
A scrappy competitor to SpaceX and Blue Origin just scored a crucial and historic launch site in Cape Canaveral, Florida
Relativity Space, a 3D-printed-rocket startup founded by former SpaceX and Blue Origin engineers, now has a launchpad to prove its technologies work.
The International Space Station sprang a leak yesterday — and it shows why a space junk disaster could cut off human access to space
The International Space Station briefly sprang a small leak, but NASA says the six-person crew in orbit is safe. A tiny piece of space trash may have caused the leak. Experts worry that a large hit could lead to a "Kessler syndrome" event that cuts off human access to space.
President Donald Trump wants to create a sixth military division called the Space Force. But Mark Kelly, a retired NASA astronaut and Navy veteran, tweeted that it was "a dumb idea" because the US Air Force already has a Space Command and a space force.
Launching Elon Musk’s car toward Mars was a backup plan — here’s what SpaceX actually wanted to do with Falcon Heavy’s first f...
A former NASA official says SpaceX asked the space agency and the US Air Force if it wanted a free $90 million ride on Falcon Heavy, but both declined.
The idea that SpaceX’s rocket was sabotaged is ‘pretty much a joke,’ says worker at rival rocket company
A worker at United Launch Alliance, SpaceX's biggest rival, says a sabotage theory surrounding a Sept. 1 rocket explosion is being given little credence.
The USAF announced that it would begin testing aircraft that were not planned to be in its inventory.
'The lead we have is shrinking ...'