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SpaceX are set to launch the world's first privately funded mission to the moon.

SpaceX Complete Static Fire Test Ahead of Lunar Mission Launch

SpaceX has completed a static fire test of the Falcon 9 that will launch Israel’s Beresheet lunar lander. In addition to the Beresheet lander,...
The SpaceX Raptor engine has achieved a crucial development benchmark.

SpaceX Starship Engine Achieves Crucial Benchmark During Second Test

SpaceX has achieved a crucial benchmark in the development of its Raptor engine recording a power output of 172 metric tons of force. The...
NASA has revealed an updated Commercial Crew Program launch schedule.

NASA Release Revised Commercial Crew Launch Dates

In a widely anticipated move, NASA has released revised launch dates for its Commercial Crew Program. In addition to revealing that all but one...
Arianespace has succesfully deployed the GSAT-31 and HS-4/SGS-1 satellites into geostationary orbits aboard an Ariane 5 ECA rocket.

Arianespace Celebrates 40 Years of Ariane Rockets with Ariane 5 Launch

Arianespace has successfully deployed two communications satellites aboard an Ariane 5 rocket. The launch was the operator’s first of 2019 kicking off the 40th...
NASA will announce the Space Crew Dragon Demo-1 mission will slip to March 2.

NASA to Announce SpaceX Demo-1 Mission will Slip to March

Early reports have revealed that NASA will announce that the launch of the SpaceX Crew Dragon Demo-1 mission will slip to March. The slip...
Blue Origin ink launch agreement with Canadian telecommunications company Telesat aboard New Glenn rocket.

Blue Origin Secure Customer for Massive New Glenn Rocket

Canadian telecommunications company Telesat has announced a multi-launch agreement with Blue Origin. The agreement will see Telesat launch satellites for its low Earth orbit...
SpaceX has revealed that they plan to launch the first operational mission of the Falcon Heavy in March.

SpaceX Announce First Operational Falcon Heavy Mission

SpaceX is set to launch the first operational mission of the Falcon Heavy in March. An FCC license filing submitted by the company has...
During their busiest year to date, Arianespace prepare for 100th Ariane 5 launch.

Arianespace Prepares for First Mission of 2019

European launch provider Arianespace is preparing to launch a pair of telecommunications satellites for its first orbital mission of 2019. The satellites will launch...
We remember the brace men and women who lost their lives aboard the space shuttle Challenger today in 1968.

Remembering the Challenger Seven

“We will never forget them, nor the last time we saw them, this morning, as they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and...
SpaceX has successfully completed the static fire test of the Demo-1 Falcon 9.

SpaceX Complete Demo-1 Falcon 9 Static Fire Test

SpaceX has confirmed the completion of a static fire test of the Falcon 9 set to launch the company’s Crew Dragon Demo-1 mission. Despite...

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The Fisher Space Pen company has released a commemorative Apollo 11 space pen.

Fisher Release $700 Commemorative Apollo 11 Pen

The Fisher Space Pen company has released a limited-edition pen to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon. Fisher...
Budweiser release a commemorative Apollo 11 Moon landing beer.

Budweiser Release Limited-Edition Commemorative Apollo 11 Beer

Budweiser has released a limited-edition beer to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing. According to the company, the Discovery Reserve American Red...
A SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft has suffered a catastrophic failure during testing.

Video: Crew Dragon Spacecraft Suffers Catastrophic Failure During Testing

A SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft has suffered a catastrophic failure that has reportedly “all but destroyed” the vehicle. The failure occurred during testing of...
The wreckage of Falcon Heavy core booster B1055 returns to port.

Wreckage of the Falcon Heavy Core that Toppled Over in Rough Seas Returns to...

The wreckage of the Falcon Heavy core booster that toppled over in rough seas last week has returned to port at Cape Canaveral. The...
Christina Koch's 328-day stay aboard the International Space Station will break the record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman

NASA Announce Record-Setting Extended ISS Stay for Christina Koch

NASA and the agency’s International Space Station (ISS) partners have announced a revised crew schedule that will see Christina Koch remain onboard the station...