SpaceX is aiming for both a launch and landing within minutes of each other Sunday.
The 1-million-mile destination for a space weather satellite isn’t what has the space community excited. It’s the rocket’s ocean landing that everyone will be monitoring after Sunday’s launch.
NASA astronauts have been hitching rides on Russian rockets to reach the International Space Station since the U.S. retired its space shuttle launches in 2011.
An asteroid that’s nearly six football fields wide will zoom past Earth on Monday.
Nine years in the making, a NASA spacecraft will begin photographing Pluto, the mysterious, unexplored, icy world once deemed a planet, on Sunday.
The International Space Station is getting some new guests soon.
Six astronauts at the International Space Station were evacuated Wednesday after an alarm rang out indicating a possible toxic leak. Officials, however, said the alarm was triggered by a false sensor reading or computer problem.
International Space Station’s six astronauts received much-needed groceries and gifts Monday when Dragon, a supply ship, arrived Monday.
SpaceX launched successfully and supplies are headed to the International Space Station but it’s attempt to land the leftover booster did not fare as well.
After scraping its first launch attempt on Tuesday, SpaceX will try again Saturday.