What can be done to avoid a lengthy court battle that would snarl the development of the SpaceX Starship in legal red tape for years?
Author: Mark R. Whittington, Opinion Contributor
After SpaceX’s Starship launches, what happens next?
A great deal must happen before the Starship is an operational vehicle as reliable as the company’s Falcon 9 rocket.
A European Space Agency mission is headed for the icy moons of Jupiter
JUICE will be the most complex planetary mission the ESA has ever undertaken.
Half-century in the making: Meet the crew who will fly around the moon
The crew of Artemis II includes Christina Koch, Victor Glover, Reid Wiseman and Jeremy Hansen.
Kathy Lueders quietly made history at NASA — now she’s retiring
Lueders leaves NASA with a long list of accomplishments, including the launch of the Commercial Crew program.
How will we know when we win the new space race?
Which nation will be lead in the economic development of space?
Jimmy Carter’s space policy and the saving of the space shuttle
NASA pursued two major programs whose origins predated the Carter presidency.
Why space companies want to make solar cells from lunar dirt
We rarely ask, with regard to humans returning to the moon, how they will develop its resources. Two companies are creating the technology to do just that.
Beresheet 2: The latest in America’s inclusive return to the moon
NASA and the Israeli Space Agency recently signed a cooperation agreement concerning the Beresheet 2 lunar mission.
Will the NASA-DARPA nuclear engine test cause environmental protests?
NASA and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are teaming up to build a nuclear thermal propulsion rocket and test it in 2027.