NASA is kicking off a return to the Moon, with instruments and payloads possibly ready to fly as early as next year.
A labor union representing nearly 600 United Launch Alliance (ULA) employees rejected a final contract offer and started the week by marching on picket lines.
The British government is considering establishing its own constellation of navigation satellites.
Firefly Aerospace is targeting an operational tempo of one mission every two weeks as it ramps up tests of the Lightning and Reaver engines.
The U.S. GAO has cited a troubling trend in cost and schedule growth among 26 major NASA projects, with a combined cost estimate of $61 billion.
The fourth satellite of the U.S. Air Force’s Space Based Infrared System constellation has achieved “first light,” beaming back its first images to Earth.
Engineers have completed performance testing of a prototype nuclear fission reactor capable of producing 1 kW of electricity, NASA said.
A congressman is confident that a $350 million NASA appropriation will pay for a second Mobile Launch Platform for the Space Launch System at KSC.
Low-cost launch company Rocket Lab says it remains on track to conduct up to eight Electron missions by the end of 2018.
NASA’s Johnson Space Center is shouldering critical systems engineering and integration roles for the human-tended Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway.