LIVE COVERAGE: Watch Delta IV Heavy Launch Parker Solar Probe Late Tonight

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe atop ULA/s Delta IV Heavy this evening at Cape Canaveral, counting down to a 3:33am EDT liftoff to ‘touch’ the sun. Mars is visible to the upper left. Photo Credit: Mike Killian / AmericaSpace.com

UPDATE: New launch time tonight now targeting 3:53am EDT.

Original Story: Liftoff of NASA’s $1.5 billion […]

PHOTOS: Parker Solar Probe Hoisted Atop Delta-IV Heavy for Launch August 11

Encapsulated in its payload fairing, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is mated to a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 37 on Tuesday, July 31, 2018. Liftoff is targeting Aug 11 at 3:33am EDT. Photo Credit: NASA

The first spacecraft in history destined to ‘touch’ […]

Good Test Fire Paves Way For First SpaceX 'Block 5' Reflight With 'Merah Putih' on Aug 7

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The first SpaceX Falcon 9 ‘Block 5’ to be re-flown conducted a successful static test fire at launch complex 40 on Cape Canaveral today, paving the way for launch with the ‘Merah Putih’ satellite on August 7. Photo Courtesy: Jacques Van OeneSpaceX completed a successful Static Fire Test today of an […]

Parker Solar Probe Moved to Launch Pad for Aug 11 Flight to 'Touch' the Sun

Parker Solar Probe, encapsulated with a 62.7-foot fairing, was transported to Launch Complex 37 overnight to meet its rocket, the U”A Delta IV Heavy, which will launch it to ‘touch’ the sun as soon as August 11 at 3:48 a.m. EDT. Photo Courtesy: Twitter @Fox35DerrolNail

Humanity’s first mission to ‘touch’ a star is rapidly […]

SpaceX Sets May 10 For 'Block 5' Launch Debut with Satellite for Bangladesh

The first Block 5 variant of the Falcon 9 rocket rolls onto pad 39A for Static Test Fire ahead of launching Bangabandhu 1. Photo: SpaceX

UPDATE May 10 @ 6:15pm Eastern: Launch attempt scrubbed for the day, next launch attempt May 11 @ 4:14pm Eastern.

UPDATE May 10 @ 1:45pm Eastern: New liftoff time […]

SpaceX Launches 50th Falcon 9 Overnight, Delivers Heavyweight Hispasat 30W-6 to Orbit

Falcon 9 launching March 6 with the heavyweight Hispasat 30W-6 communications satellite, the 50th flight of the Falcon 9. Photo: John Studwell / AmericaSpace

For the sixth time in as many months, SpaceX sent one of its “Block 4” Upgraded Falcon 9 boosters out for a spin in the opening minutes of Tuesday morning […]

Check Out These Spectacular Views of GOES-S Launching to Orbit Atop ULA's Mighty Atlas

The powerhouse boosters and RD-180 of the ULA Atlas-V 541 rocket, launching the NOAA GOES-S satellite March 1, 2018. Photo: Alan Walters / AmericaSpace

Yesterday, ULA launched their third mission of the year, aiming to deliver the nation’s next game-changing meteorological satellite to orbit on the shoulders of their mighty Atlas-V rocket. Liftoff of […]

These Are The Best Places to Watch Falcon Heavy's Debut Next Week

Waterfowl around launch complex 39A take flight as the world’s most powerful (soon) operational rocket, the Falcon Heavy, came to life for a test fire on Jan 24, 2018. Photo Credit: Mike Killian / AmericaSpace

Thousands of space enthusiasts and spectators, as well as around 400 credentialed journalists from around the globe, are flocking […]

Delta-IV WGS-8 Rocket Launch Tonight, WATCH LIVE Starting at 6:33pm EST

U.S. Air Force WGS-7 launch atop a ULA Delta-IV. Photo Credit: Alan Walters / AmericaSpace

United Launch Alliance (ULA) is poised to fly the eighth U.S. Air Force / Boeing Wideband Global Satcom satellite (WGS-8) to a 22,300-mile geosynchronous orbit tonight atop a Delta-IV rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. Liftoff is […]

Top-Secret NRO-61 Relay Set for Liftoff Thursday as MUOS-5 Finally Climbing to Orbit

An Atlas-V 421 rocket, carrying the NROL-61 payload for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), is transported from the Vertical Integration Facility to the launch pad at Space Launch Complex-41 for a Thursday morning launch attempt. Photo Credit: ULA

Two major military space and intelligence operations vital to U.S. national security and future combat operations […]