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President John F. Kennedy announces the United States' plan to go to the moon.

The Apollo 11 Story Part 2: JFK Aims for the Moon

Part 1: The Space Race Speaking to a large crowd gathered at the Rice Stadium in Houston on September 12, 1962, John F Kennedy proclaimed...
Part 1 of the The Apollo 11 Story: the Space Race is born.

The Apollo 11 Story Part 1: The Space Race

At 20:18 on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong took his first steps on the surface of the moon. This staggering testament to human ingenuity...
NASA may need to train Russian cosmonauts to operate American ISS equipment.

NASA to Potentially Train Russians to Operate American ISS Equipment

An agency advisory board has recommended that NASA begin developing plans to deal with a reduced International Space Station crew. The recommendations are a...
NASA plans to explore the Red Planet by air using their Mars Helicopter Scout.

NASA Planning to Explore Mars by Air

NASA is set to launch its most ambitious autonomous vehicle mission to date, the Mars Helicopter Scout. The fuselage of the dual-rotor helicopter is...

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Artemis 1 mission has been scrubbed after hydrogen bleed line issue discovered.

Artemis 1 launch scrubbed

The maiden flight of NASA's new SLS launch vehicle was scheduled to lift off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida yesterday. However, an...
An integration “incident” has delayed the launch of the $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope.

Integration “incident” delays launch of James Webb telescope

The launch of the $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope has been delayed in order for additional testing to be done following an integration...
Blue Origin has suffered another public blackeye following the company losing a lawsuit aimed at overturning a NASA Moon lander contract award.

Judge reveals court’s dismay at Blue Origin legal action

A 47-page opinion from Judge Richard A. Hertling describes why Blue Origin's lawsuit against NASA's Moon lander award to SpaceX was dismissed. A public version...
A consortium of companies led by Blue Origin and Sierra Space announced October 25 that it plans to develop Orbital Reef, a multi-use business park in low Earth orbit.

Blue Origin and Sierra Space-led consortium to launch commercial space station

A consortium of companies led by Blue Origin and Sierra Space has announced plans to construct a commercial space station. During an October 25 presentation...
The Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft has been moved to the Kennedy Space Center’s Vehicle Assembly Building for mating with its SLS launch vehicle.

Orion spacecraft moved to Vehicle Assembly Building for stacking

The Orion spacecraft that will be used for NASA's Artemis 1 Moon mission has been moved into the Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly Building...