With the advent of private astronauts, commercial space traffic, and inventions such as the reusable Falcon rocket, the space industry is revolutionizing — one innovation at a time.
The CEOs of AST Space Mobile, Astra, BlackSky, Rocket Lab and Spire talked with SpaceNews about going public via mergers with special-purpose acquisition companies (SPACs).
SpaceNews talks with top NOAA officials about the agency's strategy for replacing its current constellation, the breadth of concepts it's considering and the path to defining a next-generation architecture.
SpaceNews talks with the director of NASA’s Mars Exploration Program and the project scientist for the soon-to-launch Mars 2020 Perseverance rover mission about the status of the mission, next steps in robotic exploration, and how it leads to sending humans to Mars.
Col. Eric Felt, director of the AFRL Space Vehicles Directorate, talks with SpaceNews Staff Writer Sandra Erwin and Editor-in-Chief Brian Berger about the R&D investments the directorate is making to help the U.S. military maintain a technological advantage in the space domain.
SpaceNews Senior Staff Writer Jeff Foust and Editor-in-Chief Brian Berger lead a live panel discussion about NASA's use of public-private partnerships to develop lunar landers that could return astronauts to the surface of the moon as soon as 2024. Featuring Draper, Dynetics and the Commercial Spaceflight Federation.
Intelsat filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy May 13. Join SpaceNews Editor-in-Chief Brian Berger and Staff Writer Caleb Henry for a live discussion with a panel of veteran analysts.
SmallSat Conference Chairman Pat Patterson will join SpaceNews Editor-in-Chief Brian Berger and Senior Staff Writer Jeff Foust on Tuesday, May 12, to take questions and discuss what the smallsat community can expect from this year's conference.
Space Force Vice Commander Lt. Gen. David Thompson and a panel of military space experts discuss what’s next for the newest branch of the U.S. armed services.
Join SpaceNews staff writers Jeff Foust and Caleb Henry for a panel discussion on the FCC's 5G and orbital debris actions and where the independent agency fits into space policy efforts by the Trump administration and Congress.
SpaceNews Editor-in-Chief Brian Berger and SpaceNews Staff Writer Caleb Henry were joined by a panel of space industry analysts to explore these questions and more during a live webinar recorded April 7.