Bezos' rocket company identifies cause of crash that grounded rocket for 6 months
Blue Origin said Friday that an overheated rocket engine was to blame for last September's launch failure. The spaceflight company noted that it expects to return to flight soon.
Branson's Virgin Orbit restarts, shares rocket
Billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit will resume operations after halting work last week and closing in on deal with Texas-based investor for $200 million.
Virgin Orbit nears deal to raise $200M from venture capital investor
Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit is reportedly close to a deal for a $200 million investment from investor Matthew Brown.
Rolls-Royce secures funding to develop lunar nuclear reactor
Rolls-Royce announced it secured about $3.5 million in funding from the U.K. Space Agency to develop a nuclear reactor to power a base on the moon someday.
Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit prepares for insolvency amid emergency funding requests
Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit is working Ducera and Alvarez & Marsal to draw up insolvency plans in case it cannot secure funding from investors, according to Sky News
Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit temporarily pausing operations and furloughing most employees
Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit is pausing operations and furloughing most employees until at least next week, a spokesperson confirmed to Fox Business.
Florida launch of 3D-printed rocket scrubbed by private venture
Relativity Space scrubbed its first attempt to launch a 3D-printed rocket into orbit from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Wednesday after difficulties with the propellant.
Florida Space Coast to witness first 3D printed rocket attempt to reach orbit
Relativity Space out of Long Beach, California, will hold its inaugural launch of Terran 1, a 3D-printed rocket, at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on Wednesday.
Apollo in talks to buy aerospace-parts maker Arconic
Arconic manufactures parts for the aerospace, automotive, building and energy industries. Stock soars over optimism that deal will occur for the company with a shaky past.
NASA spending $3.5B in move to upgrade spacesuits
NASA will spend $3.5 billion on task order awards for missions that will provide capabilities for the agency's spacewalking needs through 2034, upgrading its spacesuits.
SpaceX launches 9,000-pound satellite into orbit from Florida
SpaceX used their Falcon 9 rocket to launch a 9,000-pound satellite into orbit on Monday evening from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
SpaceX launches 49 Starlink satellites into low-Earth orbit
Elon Musk's aerospace company SpaceX successfully launched 49 Starlink satellites and another orbital transfer vehicle into low-Earth orbit on Tuesday morning.
New Earth phenomenon is making heads spin
Theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku breaks down the new study that suggests the Earth's inner core could have "paused" and reversed its course.
SpaceX launches classified Space Force payload on Falcon Heavy
SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time this year on Sunday, carrying a classified military payload to orbit for the United States Space Force.
Virgin Orbit rocket failure: UK satellite launch suffers in-flight 'anomaly'
Virgin Orbit reported that a technical failure stopped a historic mission from reaching its target orbit after a launch from British soil late Monday night.
Two Airbus satellites are lost after rocket fails
Two satellites designed to take photos of the earth developed by Airbus were lost on Tuesday night when their rocket ship failed and had to be manually destroyed.
Advent to buy Maxar Technologies for about $4B
The company, whose origins date back to 1957, has 90 satellites in orbit, counts 70 countries among its customers and employs 4,400 people, according to its website.
NASA's Artemis I rocket launches on historic journey to the moon
NASA's Artemis I lunar rocket launched from Florida's Kennedy Space Center early Wednesday morning. The mission will send the uncrewed Orion capsule by the moon.
NASA scientists working on ground missions in preparation to put American boots back on the moon
In preparation for future Artemis space mission's, NASA is training in northern Arizona using a prototype, pressurized moon rover that will be used on the moon and eventually Mars.
NASA reveals Artemis I's next launch attempt
Artemis I is an uncrewed test flight that will launch the agency's Space Launch System and send its Orion spacecraft around the Moon and back to Earth.