The SpaceX Cargo Dragon capsule separating from the International Space Station after undocking from the Harmony module’s international docking adapter.

Case of Bordeaux Wine Returns to Earth After a Year in Space

Last week a dozen bottles splashed into the Gulf of Mexico inside SpaceX’s Dragon capsule after a year aboard the International Space Station

NASA astronaut and pilot Victor Glover launched from the International Space Station on the agency’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission.

Five Things We Learned From Astronaut Victor Glover

Discover what it's really like to live and work in space! Astronaut Victor Glover shares his thoughts and little-known facts about being an astronaut

The moon seen from the International Space Station.

Future Moon Walkers Will Get 4G Cell Reception

NASA taps Nokia to install the first ever cellular network on the moon as part of a plan to establish long-term human presence on the lunar surface by 2030

US satellite SpaceX Starlink 5 is seen in the night passing above Denmark, on April 21, 2020.

How Will Amazon’s Planned Satellite Megaconstellation Impact the Night Sky?

The company plans to launch 3,236 satellites, but astronomers are worried about possible ramifications

The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft for its first crew launch from American soil arrived at Kennedy Space Center on Feb. 13, 2020.

First Rocket Launch From U.S. Soil in Nine Years Postponed

The two NASA astronauts will lift off from historic launch pad 39A, used for the Apollo and space shuttle missions

Commercial crew astronauts Bob Behnken (left) and Doug Hurley (right) stand in front of a SpaceX Dragon mock-up at the Johnson Space Center.

The Storied History Behind Saturday's Planned SpaceX Launch

Smithsonian curator Jennifer Levasseur examines NASA's relationship with spacecraft contractors

Scientists at the University of Central Florida have modeled a path toward self-sufficiency for one million settlers of Mars over the course of 100 Earth years.

What Will Humans Eat on Mars?

Planetary scientist Kevin Cannon talks about the logistics of feeding a population of one million on the Red Planet

Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley assigned to first SpaceX crewed launch test out their new space suits.

Astronauts Test Out Their Sleek New SpaceX Flight Suits

The SpaceX designed pressure suits are more form fitting and maneuverable than the Space Shuttle's orange suits


Future of Space Exploration

To boldly go where no humans have gone before

Though photons do not have mass, they do transfer momentum when they reflect off a reflective space sail, giving it a slight boost.

LightSail 2 Launches to Space to Soar on the Power of Sunshine

The Planetary Society's second solar sail will attempt to use sunlight to fly through space

The International Space Station Is Open for Business—and Tourists

NASA is relaxing its restrictions on commercial activities on the ISS as part of an effort to free up funding for other projects

The sixty Starlink satellites before being deployed.

Astronomers Worry New SpaceX Satellite Constellation Could Impact Research

The first of SpaceX's 12,000 Starlink broadband satellites launched last week, raising fears they could interfere with ground-based telescopes

A Falcon 9 SpaceX rocket, with a payload of 60 satellites for SpaceX's Starlink broadband network, lifts off from Space Launch Complex 40 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Thursday, May 23, 2019.

SpaceX Launched 60 Internet-Beaming Satellites Into Orbit

Last night's successful launch was the first big step in SpaceX's plan to provide global internet coverage from space

The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft docked to the International Space Station.

After a Successful Test Flight to the International Space Station, SpaceX Looks Ahead to Launching Astronauts

SpaceX's new Crew Dragon spacecraft could launch the first astronauts from U.S. soil in almost a decade

SpaceX released an updated rendering of the Big Falcon Rocket launching into the solar system

Elon Musk Is Sending a Japanese Billionaire to the Moon, and He’s Taking a Group of Artists With Him

Yusaku Maezawa hopes to recruit six to eight artists for the week-long mission, which is expected to launch as early as 2023

The drill hole in the ISS.

Russia Says Hole in International Space Station Was Drilled

Authorities are unsure whether tiny hole in a Soyuz capsule was created in a production facility on the ground or on board the ISS

Five Things to Know About NASA's New Planet-Hunting Satellite

TESS will scan the skies in search of the next crop of exoplanets

NASA Sends Human Sperm to the International Space Station

Astronauts will study how microgravity affects the motility of the little swimmers

SpaceX launches it's first re-used Falcon 9 rocket

Five Things to Know About SpaceX’s First Internet Satellite Launch

Along with an earth-observing satellite, the company will be testing two of a planned 12,000 internet satellites

Tesla Roadster Has Six Percent Chance of Crashing to Earth in the Next Million Years

Don't worry, it's unlikely to happen anytime soon—and even if it does most of it would burn up on entry

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