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First Man: Neil Armstrong As He (Partly) Was »

The problem in telling Neil Armstrong's story on the big screen is that a half century after Apollo 11, we still can't quite accept the man as he really was. More

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Crew Rescued After Russian... »

A Russian cosmonaut and an American astronaut were recovered unharmed early Thursday after the Soyuz booster they were aboard on a launch to the... More

Lockheed Introduces Lunar... »

Lockheed Martin revealed its new concept for a fully reusable lunar lander at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Bremen, Germany on Wednesday.... More

SpaceX Introduces First... »

SpaceX has announced that Japanese fashion entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa has purchased a flight around the moon on the company’s still-conceptual Big... More

Top Letters And Comments,... »

This week's letters brought comments from readers about space tourism, Aireon's ADS-B tracking satellites, eVTOL development, what makes an airport welcoming... More

NASA And Roscosmos Discuss... »

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and Roscosmos General Director Dmitry Rogozin met on Wednesday to discuss the status of International Space Station (ISS)... More

Space Race: Virgin vs. Blue... »

Both companies are rushing to be the first to loft space tourists into the inky blackness above the Karman line. They'll need to be mindful of competition... More