Space Industry

Television's new 'genius' is Aretha Franklin

Feb 10, 2019

The National Geographic television network says that 'Queen of Soul' Aretha Franklin will be the focus of its third 'Genius' miniseries

Pence promises missions to the moon and Mars during ceremony

Feb 7, 2019

Vice President Mike Pence leads the honoring of the nation's fallen astronauts during a NASA day of remembrance at Arlington National Cemetery

NASA, SpaceX aim for March test of 1st new astronaut capsule

Feb 6, 2019

NASA, SpaceX aiming for a March test flight of 1st astronaut capsule from a private company

Tiny satellites fall silent after proving new tech at Mars

Feb 6, 2019

Two tiny satellites have fallen silent millions of miles away, after proving new technology at Mars

End of shutdown still leaves contract workers hanging

Jan 27, 2019

The end of the record government shutdown has left government contract workers with lingering uncertainty

Faraway space snowman is pitted and has bright 'collar'

Jan 25, 2019

Faraway space snowman visited by NASA on New Year's Day is pitted all over with a 'collar'

NASA's storm-silenced rover marks 15th anniversary on Mars

Jan 24, 2019

NASA's Opportunity rover silently marks its 15th anniversary on Mars

NASA replaces astronaut on Boeing's 1st crew launch

Jan 23, 2019

NASA replaces astronaut assigned to Boeing's first capsule launch with a crew

Blue Origin shoots NASA experiments into space in test

Jan 23, 2019

Jeff Bezos' rocket company, Blue Origin, launches NASA experiments into space on brief test flight

Scientists: Saturn spent billions of years without its rings

Jan 17, 2019

Scientists say Saturn spent billions of years _ almost its entire existence _ without its stunning rings

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