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The CSLAA requires operators to provide prospective customers with written information about the risks of spaceflight and a statement of the fact that the U.S. government has not certified the...
At the same time that reusable rockets are preparing to come on line to service research and education needs, we’re adapting our balloon-borne suborbital tourist vehicle, itself called World View, to...
It is an effort that has paid off handsomely across several other challenging national and global pursuits for those economies that have chosen to exercise it, applying the lessons learned in human...
ESA's comet landing was just what the doctor ordered.
Yvonne Pendleton, who became director of the Lunar Science Institute in 2010 and now leads SSERVI, is shepherding the organization through the transition.
Many in the space community worry that the government is not doing enough to implement that policy.
Prime contractor Lockheed Martin Space Systems has started assembling the InSight lander that will carry a pair of European science instruments to the surface of Mars for a two-year seismology...
NASA’s latest attempt to right-size its 10 U.S. field centers will begin with a focus on a roughly $3 billion cross-section of the agency’s nearly $18 billion budget that could affect some 10,000...
The U.S. Air Force is expected to demonstrate its newly developed protected tactical waveform in new modems and reworked terminals as early as 2018 as part of a long-term strategy to bolster the...
In 2015, Scotland’s Clyde Space Ltd. plans to work with an unnamed U.S. company to establish a joint venture in the United States, a move that would extend the reach of the rapidly growing...

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