ISPCS has set the industry standard for commercial space conferences. ISPCS offers an intimate setting that fosters unrivaled networking, an agenda rich in content, and it is the only conference focused on the commercial space industry. If the spa…
The Humans to Mars Summit is the world’s largest annual conference that is focused on the goal of landing humans on Mars. The 2019 Summit will feature a diverse lineup of topics, technologies, breakout sessions, and audience participation that w…
The 2019 Goddard Symposium will examine both the history and future of the science and technology of exploring our home planet, our solar system, and beyond. Join us at our new venue in Silver Spring, Maryland, for the 57th annual Goddard Symposiu…
NASA managers have given their approval for SpaceX to proceed with an uncrewed test flight of its Crew Dragon spacecraft on March 2.
As NASA selects payloads it plans to fly on commercial lunar landers, companies developing those spacecraft are skeptical any landers will be ready to fly this year, as the agency desires.
An appropriation bill signed into law Feb. 15 gives NASA $21.5 billion for fiscal year 2019, $1.6 billion above the administration’s original request.
Today is the NASA Day of Remembrance, an opportunity for Americans everywhere to reflect on the service of the men and women of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration who helped lead our nation into the heavens and never came home.
NASA announced Feb. 6 another set of delays to the schedule of commercial crew test flights by Boeing and SpaceX, increasing concerns that the vehicles won’t be ready to starting transporting astronauts to the International Space Station by the end of this year.
As NASA reopens after the longest government shutdown in history, the agency’s administrator said Jan. 29 that a full recovery from the effects of the shutdown will take longer than the shutdown itself.