Forty-five years ago, Apollo 11 carried the first humans to land on the Moon. Why then does it feel like the space industry hasn’t progressed much in almost half a century?
The U.S. Air Force’s long-delayed award of a multibillion-dollar contract to support the nation’s two main launch ranges has been pushed back again.
The United States must lead humanity back to the Moon and to the universe beyond.
The volunteer team attempting to resurrect NASA’s ISEE-3 observatory will attempt to boost the venerable spacecraft back into the Earth system July 8.
Raytheon's reorganization includes a new hierarchy for many of its space-related and missile defense products
What are the prospects of a serious strategic engagement between Washington and Beijing?
GOLDEN, Colo. — The death of astronaut Neil Armstrong may strengthen the movement to designate as a National Historical Landmark the Tranquility Base lunar landing site where the Apollo 11 commander took mankind’s first steps on the Moon, preservationists say.