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When you announce a 42-engine intergalactic spaceship that you intend to name Heart of Gold in homage to Douglas Adams' "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," you deserve to be subjected to a little Vogon poetry from the audience.
SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell, speaking Sept. 13 at the World Satellite Business Week Conference in Paris, said Falcon 9 could return to flight this year, although SpaceX has yet to determine what caused the Sept. 1 explosion.
In the last nine months, the Pentagon has overhauled its space governance structure, studied how to best reclassify some of its most secretive satellite programs and kicked off a the new process for evaluating next-generation satellite programs.
Senators took to their chamber’s floor June 9 to discuss when United Launch Alliance should stop using Russian RD-180 rocket engines to launch national security satellites.
Monday's briefing begins with video showing China's Long March 7 being shipped out to its new spaceport for its upcoming maiden launch.
ULA is promoting a concept called CisLunar-1000. The name comes from the concept’s long-term goal: 1,000 people living and working in cislunar space within 30 years. That’s possible, the company believes, if it can lower launch costs through the use of resources on the moon and elsewhere.
Raymond on space protection: “When aircraft started shooting down other aircraft, we didn’t stop flying planes”
Lt. Gen. Jay Raymond, the Air Force's deputy chief of staff for operations, explains how the Air Force is using space in its day-to-day operations and how the use of space is evolving with emerging threats from China and Russia.
Frank Kendall, the Pentagon’s top acquisition official, spoke to the Washington Space Business Roundtable Feb. 23, offering insight into how the U.S. Defense Department is approaching some of the military space community’s long-standing concerns.
The U.S. Air Force's traditional approach to replacing space systems just doesn't cut it anymore, says Winston Beauchamp, the Air Force deputy undersecretary for space.
Maybe it's technically correct, but throngs of screaming fans who gathered at the Science Museum in London to watch his arrival on TV don't care.
Highlights from a Dec. 15 panel discussion in Washington examining U.S. Defense Department efforts to make greater user of commercial satellite communications to better meet its mission requirements and save money.
Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos shares a video showing company employees reacting to New Shepard's successful launch and landing.
Blue Origin announced Nov. 24 that it launched its New Shepard suborbital vehicle on a second test flight, flying to the edge of space and successfully landing both sections of the vehicle.