This week, we look at the NRL's efforts to use laser power beaming with its Space Wireless Energy Laser Link (SWELL).
Russia's withdrawal from the ISS could cause a lot of future problems, and hints at trends toward private space stations.
The Expedition 67 crew is currently working with free-flying robots aboard the ISS in its efforts to improve future science missions in orbit.
A new report says that there is a six to 10 percent chance space junk will seriously injure or kill someone on Earth in the next decade.
Following the successful touchdown of NASA and Boeing’s new CST-100 Starliner spacecraft, we’ll be looking at what vehicles like Starliner may be able to provide to future orbital operations even beyond the ISS.
Researchers have designed customized "transgenic" lettuce that can help astronauts combat micro-gravity-induced bone loss.
Following a meeting of its member countries, the European Space Agency (ESA) has issued a formal statement regarding cooperation with Russia.
Welcome to this week’s edition of The Intelligence Brief… with the battle ensuing on the ground in Ukraine, international...
NASA has updated its transition plan for the international space station, as it nears the end of its operational lifespan.
Researchers hoping to understand how living in space negatively affects human vision have zeroed in on blood flow...
SpaceX just launched a fresh set of supplies to the International Space Station (ISS), including a batch of...
A November, 2021 video animation from NASA shows how their soon to be launched demonstrator spacecraft will test...
This week, we look at the retirement plans NASA has outlined for the International Space Station, and future space stations it will build with commercial partners.
A pattern of reckless behavior indicates Russia may no longer be a "white hat" in the global space community.
The crew of the International Space Station (ISS) fired maneuvering rockets last week to avoid being struck by...
This week, NASA makes some big announcements outlining its mission in the decades ahead, and talks about part of its core mission: seeking the unknown.
Another concerning incident earlier this week on the International Space Station points to deeper problems for future operations in orbit.
It has been learned in recent days that China’s National Natural Science Foundation (NNSF) is moving forward with...
This week, we examine China's ambitions to build a mile-wide spacecraft, and what leaked emails are telling us about friction within the commercial space industry.
An incident aboard the ISS in recent days involving Russia’s Nauka module led to an unexpected spacecraft emergency.
An object identified as orbital debris or "space junk" recently struck the Canadian-operated robotic arm on the International Space Station, according to officials with the Canadian Space Agency.
The arrival of China's Zhurong rover on Mars moves the country forward as an increasingly formidable player in the future of space exploration.
Texas-based Axiom Space Inc has partnered with NASA in an effort to achieve the first private astronaut mission to the International Space Station in 2022.
Selected as an astronaut candidate in 1996, Donald Pettit has spent the last 25 years training, preparing, and...
A growing concern for astronauts, and for future space operations in general, is the threat posed by space junk in Earth's orbit.
Richard Garriott has become first person to have visited the Mariana Trench, both poles of the Earth, and also fly aboard the International Space Station.
Scientists have found that bacteria recovered from the International Space Station were previously unrecognized by science.
Space hotels are a science fiction staple, but have remained out of reach until now. Axiom is building one and NASA is funding it.
SpaceX and NASA's latest success marks the launch of the first NASA-certified commercial human spacecraft system into space.