Commercial Space

Nov 30, 2023
The U.S. will need to make more spacecraft more quickly and less expensively.
Nov 23, 2023
SpaceX’s second integrated flight test of the Starship-Super Heavy launch system ended earlier than planned, but proved Super Heavy as an orbital-class launcher.
Nov 23, 2023
Major technical risks were retired by the performance of SpaceX’s Super Heavy rocket.
Nov 22, 2023
Weak, angled signals from global navigation satellite system satellites are spawning new applications.
Nov 20, 2023
GPS has become a household term over the last 50 years. Over the coming decades, it is likely to be subsumed into another three-letter term, PNT.
Nov 30, 2023
Major technical issues with the behind-schedule Ariane 6 have been resolved and the schedule has been stabilized, ESA says.
Nov 29, 2023
NASA soon intends to lift the curtain on a whole new strategy of turning to America’s private sector for the launch of a lunar lander.
Nov 21, 2023
The agency cited the challenges in a Nov. 20 NASA Advisory Council session.
Nov 18, 2023
SpaceX's Super Heavy booster unexpectedly broke apart after separation from Starship, which was subsequently also lost when its automated flight termination system triggered.
Nov 17, 2023
Sierra Space has laid off 165 full-time employees in addition to contractors after it shipped the company’s first Dream Chaser spaceplane for prelaunch tests.
Nov 16, 2023
Launch of the second integrated flight test of SpaceX’s Starship/Super Heavy vehicle was rescheduled for Nov. 18.
Nov 16, 2023
Carol Craig, founder and CEO of Sidus, announced the move while reporting third-quarter 2023 financial results on Nov. 14.
Nov 16, 2023
The two companies have signed a “10-plus-year agreement” for use of the software on the 198-satelite constellation.