Newly Discovered Comet SWAN Might Soon Fizzle Out of View

Newly Discovered Comet SWAN Might Soon Fizzle Out of View

During the following couple of weeks, we'll get an opportunity of considering a comet as it clears past the sun. Read more »
UAE to Choose Next Astronauts in January Next year

UAE to Choose Next Astronauts in January Next year

The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center declared May 10 that it got 4,305 applications from residents of the UAE to become astronauts. Read more »
NASA Begins Packing Mars Rover Perseverance Ahead of Launch in July

NASA Begins Packing Mars Rover Perseverance Ahead of Launch in July

The packing procedure started on April 23, NASA authorities said. Read more »
Space Force to Get Deeper Understanding into Inner Workings of SpaceX Commercial Launches

Space Force to Get Deeper Understanding into Inner Workings of SpaceX Commercial Launches

The agreement for on-National Security Space fleet surveillance gives the Space Force access to SpaceX missions until November. Read more »
China’s Latest Space Capsule Lands Safely to End 1st Uncrewed Test Flight

China’s Latest Space Capsule Lands Safely to End 1st Uncrewed Test Flight

During its flight, the case executed seven direction moves, arriving at a most extreme height of around 5,000 miles (8,000 kilometres). Read more »
Massive, Scorching-hot Alien Planet Has Yellow Skies

Massive, Scorching-hot Alien Planet Has Yellow Skies

The gas-giant exoplanet, which lies around 780 light-years from Earth, orbits very near its bright host star, finishing one orbit each 3.7 Earth days. Read more »
China Launched its New Experimental Crew Spacecraft

China Launched its New Experimental Crew Spacecraft

China proclaimed the launch a triumph, and it currently prepares for a large number of basic launches throughout the following year. Read more »
NASA Evaluates SpaceX Lunar Lander, Calls it Innovative but Risky

NASA Evaluates SpaceX Lunar Lander, Calls it Innovative but Risky

A NASA evaluation proposes that the organization chose SpaceX for one of the three human lunar lander grants as a high-risk, high-reward alternative. Read more »
NASA Finally Chooses Three Companies for Human Landing System Awards

NASA Finally Chooses Three Companies for Human Landing System Awards

NASA chose groups driven by Blue Origin, Dynetics and SpaceX for 10-month study contracts for the Human Landing System (HLS) program. Read more »
SpaceShipTwo Takes First Flight From Spaceport America

SpaceShipTwo Takes First Flight From Spaceport America

Virgin Galactic directed the first test run of SpaceShipTwo from its New Mexico spaceport May 1 as the organization edges nearer to at long last starting business trips of the suborbital spaceplane. Read more »
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