NASA, AxiomSpace Leaders Discuss Historic Ax-1 Space Station Mission

@NASA & @Axiom_Space will fly 1st all-private crewed mission to @Space_Station NET Jan 2022. […]

Space Travel Risks Minimized by Capsules: Conversation With Hubble Astronaut/NASA Science Chief John Grunsfeld (Part 1)

Crew of STS-125, including John Grunsfeld, center, during walkout to Astrovan ahead of launch on May 11, 2009, from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on final mission to service NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. Credit: Ken Kremer – kenkremer.com

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL — Everyone in the space business knows it’s a “risky […]

What’s Ahead for Commercial Crew in 2015: One-on-One Interview With NASA’s Phil McAlister

The vehicles which will fill the void left by the retirement of NASA’s space shuttle fleet for low-Earth orbit and ISS crew transport, the Boeing CST-100 and Dragon V2 space capsules. Photo: Boeing / Robert Fisher / AmericaSpace

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL — With the New Year nearly upon us, America’s future human […]

Orbital Successfully Hot Fires Antares Rocket, Tests New Pad at Wallops

NASA and Orbital Science Corporation conducted a successful “hot-fire” test of the Antares rocket’s AJ26 engines this evening from NASA’s Wallops Facility, located in Virginia. Photo Credit: NASA

Twenty-nine seconds might not seem like much, but for Orbital Science Corporation it was 29 seconds of pure victory. NASA and Orbital conducted a successful […]