Artemis Team Due Prepare for Sunday Morning Spacewalk

@Astro_Kate7 & @AstroVicGlover will perform a 6.5hr spacewalk outside @Space_Station on Sunday to prepare for new solar array upgrades. […]

'Good to Be Here': Remembering Discovery's Final Launch, 10 Years On

10 years ago today, “the ship which led the way time and time again” was launched into space for the final time. Her name: Discovery. […]

Northrop Grumman Green-Lights Two More Cygnus Missions, As NG-15 Arrives at Space Station

@NorthropGrumman has green-lighted @Thales_Alenia_S to begin building pressurized cargo modules for 2 more @Space_Station #Cygnus missions. […]

Watch Stunning New Onboard Video of Perseverance's Incredible Landing on Mars

Perseverance’s touchdown on Mars. Photos: NASA/JPL

Since its successful landing on February 18 in Jezero Crater, mission scientists for the Perseverance rover have been providing updates on the status of the rover, and so far everything seems to continue to go well. Today, NASA held a media briefing to show the amazing video footage […]

NASA Delays SLS Test Fire #2 After Finding Faulty Propulsion System Valve

The 212-foot-tall (64.6-meter) SLS core stage of the Space Launch System (SLS) has been undergoing Green Run testing in the B-2 Test Stand at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Bay St. Louis, Miss. Photo Credit: NASA

NASA and Boeing have called off this week’s planned Feb 25 second test fire of the space agency’s […]

'Not Going Anywhere': Remembering Columbia's (Almost) Abort, 25 Years On

25yrs ago today, shuttle Columbia faced a possibly emergency, only seconds after liftoff. For STS-75 CDR Andy Allen, it was like a bad run in the simulator. […]

ISS-Bound NG-15 Cygnus Honors 'Hidden Figure' Katherine Johnson

@Astro_Soichi & @Astro_Illini are primed to grapple @NorthropGrumman’s #Cygnus & its load of cargo for @Space_Station early Monday morning […]

Touchdown! NASA's Perseverance Rover Lands on Mars to Begin Search for Past Life

The first low-rez raw image sent back by Perseverance from the ancient lakebed in Jezero Crater, showing many small rocks. Photo Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

After a journey of 292.5 million miles (470.8 million kilometers), NASA’s Perseverance rover has finally reached its destination – an ancient lakebed in Jezero Crater on Mars. The rover, the most […]

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Looking Back on Falcon 9's Landing History

@SpaceX’s loss of 6x-flown #Falcon9 booster has broken a 24-mission run of landing successes, as next Starlink mission meets with delay. […]

SpaceX Launches Six-Times-Flown Falcon 9, Misses Drone Ship Landing

@SpaceX has launched its third 6x-flown #Falcon9 & deployed another 60-strong batch of Starlinks. But drone ship landing unsuccessful & veteran B1059 core has been lost. […]