Welcome to the newly redesigned SpaceNews.com.

The motivation behind the redesign was simple, even if the project was anything but.

First and foremost, we’ve set out to put our award-winning editorial content — news, opinion and a growing number of original videos — front and center.

You’ll also see a more engaging mix of photos, video and infographics — all in the name of keeping you better informed.

But the changes are more than skin deep.

The new SpaceNews.com will serve you better when you’re away from your desk: the mobile experience makes it easier to follow the news and share it on the go, while our new tablet experience is especially well suited for sitting back with our more in-depth pieces.

We’re also making it easier to find industry events and to submit all your space-related listings for our community calendar.

This is just the beginning. More changes will be rolled out in the days ahead — all while continuing to do what we do best: covering the heck out of the business and politics of space.

Take a moment to explore the new SpaceNews.com and be sure to let us know what you think.

Brian Berger is the editor of SpaceNews.com. He joined SpaceNews in 1998 to cover NASA.


Brian Berger is editor in chief of SpaceNews.com and the SpaceNews magazine. He joined SpaceNews.com in 1998, spending his first decade with the publication covering NASA. His reporting on the 2003 Space Shuttle Columbia accident was...