Crew-3 Discusses Upcoming Mission, Names New Dragon 'Endurance'

Four astronauts are primed to launch at month’s end to continue a year of unbroken 7-crew operations on @Space_Station. […]

Inspiration4 Launches, Delivers First All-Civilian Crew to Orbit

The democratization of space took a significant step closer Wednesday night, as #Inspiration4 speared into orbit to inspire us all. […]

Dragon Resilience Primed for Wednesday Launch, As Inspiration4 Prepares to Inspire

As @Inspiration4 counts down to Wednesday’s scheduled 8:02 p.m. EDT liftoff, this historic mission stands ready to inspire us all. […]

Second 10x-Flown Falcon 9 Launches, Historic Inspiration4 Mission Up Next

As a 10x-flown #Falcon9 booster roared into the night from the U.S. West Coast on Monday, another booster stands poised on the East Coast for historic #Inspiration4 launch on Wednesday. […]

Gentlemen's Hours: Remembering STS-48, Thirty Years On

Thirty years ago today, shuttle Discovery & her STS-48 crew launched at sunset with a major payload to investigate the workings of Earth’s atmosphere. […]

SpaceX Launches CRS-23 Dragon Mission to Space Station

After 2 launchless months, @SpaceX has returned to flight with a middle-of-the-night #Falcon9 mission to @Space_Station. […]

NASA's Lucy Spacecraft Prepares for First-Ever Four-Billion Mile Journey to Trojan Asteroids

Lucy, in its modified shipping container, lands at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on July 30. It was later transported by truck to its final destination, Astrotech Space Operations, in nearby Titusville. Photo Credit: Lockheed Martin

There have been many missions to various asteroids and comets, by NASA and other space agencies. But one […]

What a Lucky Person: Remembering STS-43, Thirty Years On

OTD in 1991, astronaut John Blaha & the crew of Atlantis launched on an ambitious mission devoted to satellites and science. And Blaha realized what a lucky person he was. […]

NASA's Mars Helicopter Delivers 'Bird's Eye' Views from 9th Flight, Perseverance Prepares for First Sampling

This view from Ingenuity shows the location called “Raised Ridges,” which is thought to be part of an ancient fracture system where water may have flowed underground. You can see one “foot” of the helicopter on the left side as well as the helicopter’s shadow on the ground at the bottom of the image. […]

'Atlantis, Go': Remembering the Shuttle's Final Launch, Ten Years On

OTD in 2011, the Space Shuttle launched for the final time. Ten years on, AmericaSpace remembers that drama-filled day. […]