News and Articles About Space Travel
The SpaceX and Tesla CEO talked Mars, reusable rockets and sustainable energy with the newly minted Late Show host.
Space gardens mean more delicious meals aboard the International Space Station, and they are also a critical development for the march towards life on Mars.
Your business trips will never be that cool.
Japan's Suntory Holdings is taking one small, historic step for cocktail connoisseurs everywhere.
More than 7,000 campaign backers have already contributed $550,000 to the preservation project.
The initiative is backed by Stephen Hawking and is the largest search for intelligent life to date.
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Plus: The sharing economy continues to grapple with the status of its workers.
In an amazing feat of precise planning and dedication, the small spacecraft traveled 3 billion miles over nine and a half years to reach our most distant celestial neighbor.
The mission, which is still underway but looking ever more promising, marks an unparalleled display of patience and coordination.
The Solar Impulse 2 is currently in flight from Nagoya, Japan, to Hawaii.
The Falcon 9 rocket's mission was to re-supply the space station. It's the third time an effort to do so has failed.
It's the first in a series of test flights to develop commercial unmanned and passenger spaceflight service
Far Out Tech
Virtual reality + holograms + Mars = out of this world.
Richard Branson's commercial spaceflight venture moved into the Southern California city to build a craft that will rocket satellites, not people, into space. We caught up with Virgin Galactic's CEO for the latest details.
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