Sort Order

Sed Donec Curabitur Ullamcorper Condi Lorum Ipsum
NASA Looking at Putting JPL Under New Management
SOFIA Airborne Telescope Returns First Scientific Images

Report Urges Japan To Invest in Its Industry

by

The Japanese government wants to make investments that would double the scale of the nation’s space industry from the current estimate of 7 trillion yen ($77 billion) to 14 trillion-15...

Civil Commercial JapanMissions
Picard Delivered Late, but Just in Time for Next Solar Cycle

NASA Seeks Info on Effort To Upgrade Launch Range

by

NASA is looking for ways to spend a proposed $2 billion in infrastructure investments over the next five years at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) and the adjacent Cape Canaveral...

Civil Launch MissionsNASA

French Bond Issue To Fund Rocket, Satellite Projects

by

PARIS — The French space agency, CNES, expects to award contracts valued at more than $900 million in September as part of a multibillion-dollar French government bond issue that has...

Civil Launch Policy & Politics FranceMissionsSatellite

NASA Seeks Info on Effort To Upgrade Launch Range

by

WASHINGTON — NASA is looking for ways to spend a proposed $2 billion in infrastructure investments over the next five years at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) and the adjacent...

Civil Launch MissionsNASA
Lockheed To Sell Two Engineering Services Units
Florida Gets $15M To Retrain Shuttle Work Force
German Space Agency Head Ends ESA Chief Candidacy, Backs New Term for Dordain

Spending Watchdog Endorses Pulling Plug on Constellation

by

The nonprofit advocacy group Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) endorsed President Barack Obama’s plan to cancel NASA’s Constellation program and replace it with a human spaceflight program that emphasizes new...

Civil Commercial
NASA Seeks Main Rocket Engine That Would Serve All Users
NASA Observatory Reveals Roiling Sun in Super High Definition
NASA Calls Off Efforts To Revive Phoenix Mars Lander

Spent Motor Zips Past Earth

by

NEW YORK — A small object that zipped by Earth in May is most likely a wayward piece of space junk left over from an interplanetary mission, NASA officials said....

Civil

More Layoffs at ATK’s Solid-Rocket Plants

by

Solid-rocket motor builder Alliant Techsystems (ATK) Aerospace of Magna, Utah, laid off 247 workers the week of May 17 as work winds down on NASA’s space shuttle program and on...

Civil Commercial Launch ATK

Legal Review Clears NASA Study Teams

by

NASA has not violated a 2010 Consolidated Appropriations Act provision barring the agency from using funds appropriated for the marked-for-cancellation Constellation program to create or initiate a program to take...

Civil MissionsNASA

European Debt Loads Could Constrain ESA

by

A multiyear space-program budget agreed to by European governments in 2008, which was already feeling the strains of government spending restrictions in late 2009, is likely to be further stressed...

Civil ESAEurope
ESA Software Switch Creates $124M Contractor Payment Backlog

Load Morearrow