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Launches from SpaceX, Boeing and the ESA

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Typically, the holiday season is a slow one in the tech industry — but space tech is different, and this past week saw a...

NASA adds SpaceX, Blue Origin and more to list of companies...

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NASA has added five companies to the list of vendors that are cleared to bid on contracts for the agency’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services...

SpaceX starts building out its production Starlink constellation

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There’s literally a lot more stuff in space than there was last week – or at least, the number of active human-made satellites in...

Stingray-inspired spacecraft could eventually probe the atmosphere of Venus

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NASA’s next Venus probe could be an atmosphere-skimming robotic stingray designed by the University of Buffalo. UB’s CRASH Lab, which is the institution’s Crashworthinesss...

India’s satellite destruction test put 400 pieces of debris into unknown...

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India’s recent demonstration of its orbital defense capabilities scattered more than 400 pieces into various orbits, endangering the International Space Station and other emplacements,...

Watch Blue Origin’s 10th New Shepard mission launch a science-loaded capsule...

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Blue Origin, the rocket company founded by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, is about to undertake the 10th launch of its New Shepard launch vehicle, with...

Listen to the soothing sounds of Martian wind collected by NASA’s...

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The InSight Mars lander accomplished a perfect landing last week on the Elysium Planitia region of the planet, where it is hard at work...

Nine companies will compete to help NASA astronauts return to the...

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NASA is ready to send astronauts back to the moon for the first time in more than 40 years. It won’t be doing it...

Blackbird Interactive releases demo for Project Eagle base on Mars

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Blackbird Interactive created Project Eagle, an interactive art demo of a human colony on Mars, in 2017. And, just in time for the touchdown...

Mars Lander InSight sends the first of many selfies after a...

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Last night’s 10 minutes of terror as the InSight Mars Lander descended to the Martian surface at 12,300 MPH were a nail-biter for sure,...