Europe Tests Re-entry Tech for Reusable Spacecraft
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Shenzhou-10 Spacecraft Docks with Chinese Space Station


At 15 days in space, this mission is scheduled to be the longest spaceflight for a Chinese crew in the history of the country’s space program.

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VIDEO | Launch of Manned Chinese Shenzhou-10 Spacecraft


Peter Marquez has joined asteroid mining startup Planetary Resources as vice president for global engagement.

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USGS Takes Control of Landsat 8 Spacecraft for Five-Year Mission
Planet-Hunting Kepler Spacecraft Suffers Major Failure
NASA Considers Robotic Spacecraft Rendezvous as Asteroid Mission Backup
Scotland’s 1st Spacecraft Is Tiny Satellite with Big Mission
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VIDEO | Spacecraft Production at SSTL 2013


Raytheon's reorganization includes a new hierarchy for many of its space-related and missile defense products


VIDEO | Hangout in the Orion Spacecraft


Kratos will continue to thrive since its products are essential to the Pentagon's core programs.

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NASA Van Allen Spacecraft Discover New but Temporary Radiation Belt


NASA's Van Allen space probes made the finding.

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Orbital Trots Out Finished LDCM Spacecraft Ahead of Shipment to Launch Site
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Finds Undiscovered Layer
NASA’s Messenger Spacecraft Confirms Water Ice on Mercury

Maven Sensor Delivered for Spacecraft Integration


The University of Colorado at Boulder’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics said that it has delivered a $20 million remote sensing instrument package to Lockheed Martin Space Systems in Denver for integration with a NASA-funded Mars orbiter launching late next year.

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Soyuz Spacecraft Makes Rare Night Landing with Station Crew
Russian Spacecraft Makes Cargo Delivery to ISS
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Soyuz Spacecraft Lands Safely with Russian-U.S. Crew


SEATTLE — A Soyuz spacecraft carrying two Russian cosmonauts and an American astronaut landed safely Sept. 16, wrapping up a four-month mission to the international space station.

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