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The Space Force is planning what could be the first military exercise in orbit

Enlarge / Artist's illustration of two satellites performing rendezvous and proximity operations in low-Earth orbit.True Anomaly The US Space Force announced Thursday...

After a fiery finale, the Delta rocket family now belongs to history

Enlarge / In this video frame from ULA's live broadcast, three RS-68A engines power the Delta IV Heavy rocket into the sky over Cape...

NASA knows what knocked Voyager 1 offline, but it will take a while to fix

Enlarge / A Voyager space probe in a clean room at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in 1977.Space Frontiers/Archive Photos/Getty Images Engineers have...

Pentagon calls for tighter integration between military and commercial space

Enlarge / Aerial view of the Pentagon on March 31.Photo by Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images A strategy document released by the...

Trash from the International Space Station may have hit a house in Florida

Enlarge / This cylindrical object, a few inches in size, fell through the roof of Alejandro Otero's home in Florida last month.Alejandro Otero on...

The Delta IV Heavy, a rocket whose time has come and gone, will fly once more

Enlarge / United Launch Alliance's final Delta IV Heavy rocket, seen here in December when ground crews rolled it to the launch pad at...

Starliner’s first commander: Don’t expect perfection on crew test flight

Enlarge / Technicians at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida prepare Boeing's Starliner spacecraft for fueling.Boeing HOUSTON—While it doesn't have the same...

SpaceX’s workhorse launch pad now has the accoutrements for astronauts

Enlarge Upgrades at SpaceX's most-used launch pad in Florida will get a trial run Thursday with the liftoff of a Falcon 9...

Rocket launch marks big step in building China’s lunar infrastructure

Enlarge / A Long March 8 rocket, standing 165 feet (50 meters) tall, rolled out of its assembly building to its launch pad Sunday...

Finally, engineers have a clue that could help them save Voyager 1

Enlarge / Artist's illustration of the Voyager 1 spacecraft.Caltech/NASA-JPL It's been four months since NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft sent an intelligible signal...

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