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The U.S. House Science Committee on Dec. 4 will mark up a bill that would allow contractors on two of NASA’s biggest human spaceflight programs.
Blue Origin completed a full-duration burn of a liquid hydrogen-fueled engine developed for the New Shepard suborbital spaceship and planned orbital vehicles.
The new facility, which will be fully operational by February, was financed mainly by Thales Alenia Space.
After years of braggadocio and vows that it will overturn the established commercial launch market, SpaceX now can brandish as its business card a successful mission for the world’s second-largest...
The U.S. State Department has barred a former Honeywell employee from all activities subject to ITAR for falsifying documents that led to numerous unauthorized exports of defense- and space-related...
Likely to bust its $559 million development budget, NASA is preparing a mandatory report for Congress about delays to IceSat.
Harris CapRock will provide voice and data communications services via an unspecified two-satellite system operating in the C-band.
Italy’s proposed 2014 space budget threatens the future of its Cosmo-SkyMed radar reconnaissance program.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 3547, a bill that extends the existing third-party commercial launch indemnification regime by one year.