NASA is developing an updated rideshare policy for science missions that reflects both new launch opportunities as well as challenges.
In a rare acquisition, SpaceX has purchased out of bankruptcy a company that provided components for Dragon spacecraft parachutes.
Citing budget uncertainty, NASA is pushing back the launch of the Dragonfly mission to Saturn’s moon Titan by a year and postponing a key milestone.
Lunar rover developer Astrolab announced eight customers have signed contracts worth more than $160 million for its first mission to the moon in 2026.
Blue Origin has unveiled a full-sized mockup of an uncrewed version of its Blue Moon lunar lander that will test technologies intended for a crewed version.
United Launch Alliance now plans to launch its first Vulcan Centaur rocket on Christmas Eve, carrying a commercial lunar lander.
New star-tracking sensors in the works would enable all manner of satellites to keep an eye out for hazardous orbital debris too small to detect from the ground.
NASA is considering cutting the budget of two of its biggest space telescopes, Hubble and Chandra, as it faces broader astrophysics spending cuts.
Space insurers brace for more claims after propulsion trouble on four GEO satellites
Axiom Space has selected an unconventional partner to help develop spacesuits that will be worn by the next NASA astronauts to walk on the moon: Prada.