Soyuz docks with ISS
Posted: Tue, Jul 17 6:03 AM ET (1003 GMT)
A Soyuz spacecraft carrying three new International Space Station crewmembers docked with the station early Tuesday. The Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft docked with the station'...
Spacecraft issue could delay MSL landing data
Posted: Tue, Jul 17 5:53 AM ET (0953 GMT)
A problem with a spacecraft currently in orbit around Mars could mean that telemetry from next month's landing by NASA's Mars Science Laboratory (...
Soyuz launches ISS crew
Posted: Sun, Jul 15 8:51 AM ET (1251 GMT)
A Soyuz spacecraft carrying three new International Space Station crewmembers launched early Sunday. The Soyuz rocket lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at...
Astronomers detect "dark" galaxies
Posted: Fri, Jul 13 6:29 AM ET (1029 GMT)
Astronomers announced this week that they have discovered so-called "dark" galaxies from an early phase of the history of the universe. Dark galaxies are...
Fifth moon spotted orbiting Pluto
Posted: Thu, Jul 12 5:40 AM ET (0940 GMT)
Astronomers announced Wednesday the discovery of a fifth, and very small, moon orbiting the dwarf planet Pluto. Scientists detected the moon, temporarily designated S/2012 (...
Virgin Galactic announces smallsat launcher
Posted: Wed, Jul 11 6:38 PM ET (2238 GMT)
Virgin Galactic, the company best known for developing the SpaceShipTwo suborbital vehicle for space tourism, announced Wednesday it is also developing an air-launched rocket...
Marshall director to leave NASA for industry
Posted: Wed, Jul 11 5:49 AM ET (0949 GMT)
The head of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) will leave the center to take a position with Aerojet, the agency announced this week....
Proton launches SES satellite
Posted: Tue, Jul 10 8:58 PM ET (0058 GMT)
A Proton rocket successfully placed a communications satellite for European operator SES into orbit on Tuesday. The Proton-M rocket lifted off from the Baikonur...
XCOR to establish R&D center, headquarters in Texas
Posted: Tue, Jul 10 7:02 AM ET (1102 GMT)
XCOR Aerospace, a suborbital vehicle developer based in Mojave, California, since its formation over a decade ago, announced plans Monday to move its headquarters and...
New studies refute earlier arsenic life claims
Posted: Tue, Jul 10 6:49 AM ET (1049 GMT)
Two studies released late Sunday refute earlier claims by NASA-funded researchers of the discovery of a bacterium that could thrive on arsenic instead of...
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