‘It will make the Apollo moon rocket look small’
The infection appears to have happened in May
Search engine finds its funny bone
Ground stations in Russia link up astronauts after satellite link failure
The U.S. company is the first private business to attempt to launch a spacecraft with supplies to the International Space Station.
SpaceX is one of two private companies with contracts to provide unmanned space cargo flights to the space station for NASA.
SpaceX and several other companies are competing to be the first to operate a private capsule that could tote astronauts and cargo to the ISS, after NASA retired its shuttle program last year.
The Dragon spacecraft will be first private ship to go to the station.
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Astronaut Frank Culbertson took photographs as station passed over New York
NASA officials oppose plan to sink expensive space station into the Pacific
NASA considers deflecting space junk with lasers - The Daily Mail
To prevent space junk from colliding with satellites, NASA looks to lasers
Fiscal conservatives and free-market leaders hosted a press conference Tuesday to encourage increased privatization of the space industry
Are we heading for a space bubble? - Tech Review
Bubbles aren’t uncommon in the space industry as engineering often gets ahead of demand for certain technologies
Space oddity - SPACE.com
NASA has launched a new contest that allows the public to pick wake-up songs for astronauts flying on the agency’s two final space shuttle missions
Life in space makes humans 'weak' - The Telegraph
Study: Astronauts’ muscles deteriorate after months in space
According to NASA spokesman Bob Jacobs, Bolden only meant to convey that NASA sought to help expand the capabilities of other nations to aid in space research and exploration
Hardly any of the federal agencies we spoke to had any plans to reach out to the Muslim world, let alone the slightest clue what we were talking about
A cargo vessel which failed to dock with the International Space Station is under control, a Russian space agency official has said
As the biggest NASA policy change in 50 years, this approach warrants, at a minimum, a transition process, not an abrupt leap of faith. The plan would also cost $4 billion or more in unnecessary shutdown costs