Space Travel

NASA Succeeds in Testing Most Powerful Rocket 'It Has Ever Built'

NASA is now one step closer to sending humans to the moon -- again.

Justin Chan

· 3 min read

These Four Indigenious Spacetech Startups Are Taking India To New Heights

In this article we will look at four Indian space tech startups that are working closely with ISRO

Debarghya Sil

· 3 min read

SpaceX's First Private Flight Will Put a 29-Year-Old American in Orbit

Cancer survivor Hayley Arceneaux will be the youngest American ever in space.

Steve Dent

· 3 min read

SpaceX Starship Launch Reportedly Violated an FAA License

The agency reportedly started an investigation in response.

Jon Fingas

· 2 min read

Scientists May Have Found the Background Ripples of the Universe

The gravitational wave discovery could help us understand the cosmos.

Jon Fingas

· 1 min read

Video: Virgin Galactic Aborts First Human Spaceflight

The VSS Unity SpaceShipTwo crew landed safely on the ground after the onboard computer lost connection.

Stephanie Mlot

· 2 min read

VIDEO: NASA, SpaceX Successfully Launch 4 Astronauts to ISS

A Crew Dragon spacecraft successfully launched Sunday carrying three NASA astronauts and a JAXA specialist.

Stephanie Mlot

· 2 min read

NASA Gave Nokia $14.1 Million to Build a 4G Network on the Moon

Telecom equipment supplier Nokia is building a 4G network on the moon to help astronauts control lunar rovers, navigate lunar geography in real time, and stream videos.

Grace Dean

· 3 min read

Mariella Moon

· 3 min read

Jon Fingas

· 2 min read

The Rise Of The Space Economy (And The Opportunities It Presents For the UAE)

It's no secret that the UAE's space ambitions have excited both citizens and residents of the country, as it takes some extraordinary steps ahead in realizing a better future for us all. Indeed, we are at the tipping point of the creation of a new industry revolving around space.

Natalia Sycheva

· 9 min read