On @ The 90: The Future

On @ The 90 is AmericaSpace’s editorial feature and is therefore based on opinion. Photo Credit: Jason Rhian

Predictions are dangerous things. Dick Morris, a political commentator, found this out the hard way recently. He predicted that Mitt Romney would win the U.S. presidential election in a landslide. Yeah, so much for that. Predicting […]

New Manned Lunar Missions To Be Outlined By NASA Soon?

In 2021 – or perhaps as early as August 2019 – a crew of up to four astronauts will cross the 240,000-mile gulf between Earth and the Moon for the first time in almost five decades. Image Credit: NASA

With less than a month to go before the 40th anniversary of humanity’s last foray […]

SLS Garners New Proposals and Potential Destination

NASA has selected 26 proposals for its next heavy-lift booster, the Space Launch System or SLS. The space agency has also apparently mentioned a new destination to which this powerful rocket would send crew and cargo to. Image Credit: NASA

Twenty-six proposals have been selected under the NASA Research Announcement (NRA) by NASA for […]

Romney Mentions Neil Armstrong During RNC Acceptance Speech

Photo Credit: NASA

TAMPA, Fla. – During his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention (RNC) at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on Aug. 30, Mitt Romney highlighted the accomplishments of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the Moon who passed away on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012. During his acceptance speech, Romney […]

Bolden Highlights Commercial Partners' Efforts

Charles Bolden addresses members of the media during a press event at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photo Credit: Julian Leek / Blue Sawtooth Studios

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla – NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden stopped by NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida in an effort to highlight the efforts of the space agency’s […]

Opinion: Curiosity's Success Spotlights Obama's Failure

With the safe arrival of Curiosity to the Red Planet a rather poorly-worded congratulatory letter highlights a truth that the Obama White House would have been better-served if it was forgotten. Curiosity illustration courtesy of NASA/JPL. Photo Credit: Jason Rhian

With the landing of the Mars Science Laboratory rover Curiosity last week, one thing […]

Opinion: One Year Later Finds Shuttle Workers Still Struggling

Many highly-skilled aerospace workers still are unemployed and are struggling to survive in the current tepid economic climate. Photo Credit: Matt Gaetjens

On July 21, just prior to sunrise, space shuttle Atlantis completed its final flight on the South end of the Kennedy Space Center’s Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF). The mission’s commander Chris Ferguson […]

Video: Time Has Come To Fight For Space

Video courtesy of Fight for Space

While working on some other space-related stories I came across this video detailing the current plight of the U.S. space program. We at AmericaSpace have long stated that “leaders” within the U.S. government have failed us. Don’t think so? 

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Dragon By The Tail: Video Highlights SpaceX's Recent Mission

Video courtesy of SpaceX

Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) has released a video detailing the first-ever flight of a commercial spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS). In May 2012, SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft made history when it became the first commercial vehicle to successfully berth to the ISS. Traveling to the […]

Our Future on Mars is Looking Up

After months of traveling across a cratered plain, NASA's Spirit rover took this image of a large, continuous rock outcrop at "Columbia Hills" with its hazcam – hazard avoidance camera. Photo credit: NASA

The future of Martian exploration might be looking up. Last week, NASA received nearly 400 submissions for missions as part of […]