Eight years after shuttle flights ended, SpaceX Dragon 2 capsule reaches space station for test run, ushering in “new era in space.”
As NASA gears up for first U.S. human spaceflights since 2011, a training tool from the ‘60s is back in vogue.
As the space shuttle neared retirement, NASA turned to partnerships with commercial companies to provide crew ferry flights to and from the International Space Station. Here’s a look at program milestones.
Virgin Galactic targets assured repeatability as test focus expands beyond envelope expansion to include cabin environment and ride quality.
At last, a U.S spaceship for orbital human flight is ready for a test run to ISS.