Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), K Sivan, revealed that the ISRO had set a target for India’s first ever crewed mission to
Are you an early bird? Do you live on the East Coast? If so, you may be in for a special treat tomorrow, Nov 15.
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 (likely F9 v1.2) has been officially certified by NASA to launch the space agency’s most valuable and vital scientific spacecraft. This could
Astronauts have continually lived aboard the International Space Station since 2000, arriving and departing in crews of two to seven at a time. And now
It’s already been almost nine months since SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket, deploying a test payload into a Sun-centric orbit. Currently, the only passenger
On Oct 11, 2018, a Soyuz rocket failure caused an aborted mission, which sent two astronauts plummeting 80 kilometres back down to earth. But not
Although Russian MP Leonid Slutsky warned that future sales of Russian-built engines could be restricted as a result of sanctions imposed following the Novichok attack
On Oct 11, a Russian Soyuz rocket capsule made an emergency landing just after launch due to a faulty sensor, according to investigators. Russian officials
The Planetary Society has revealed that the USAF and SpaceX are now looking at Falcon Heavy’s first launch for a government customer in “early 2019”.
China has been trying to outdo private space companies such as Elon Musk’s SpaceX. Unfortunately, a privately developed Chinese carrier rocket failed to reach orbit