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One of the biggest private space companies plans to build a ‘Space School’ in Kennedy Space Center.
Sierra Space plans to bring a 'Space School' to the Kennedy Space Center to train experienced and newer astronauts to begin shift of living and working in low-earth orbit.
One of America's largest multinational aerospace and defense technology companies is holding a job fair this Friday on the Space Coast.
The small satellites are an addition to the "TROPICS" project which stands for Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation structure and storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats
Moon exploration is about to enter a new period where missions from different countries – and companies – operate on the lunar surface.
Space Shuttle Endeavor will one day have a $400 million new home that will welcome guests to the California Science Center, South of downtown Los Angeles.
SpaceX successfully launched an Egyptian satellite from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Wednesday.
Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will stretch across the sky before sunrise in June
NASA's Artemis-1 moon rocket returned to launchpad 39B in Florida early Monday after making the second trip from the giant rocket hangar this spring.
NASA has tapped two private American companies to develop the next spacesuits for moonwalking, spacewalking and beyond.
Before NASA astronauts return to the moon's surface, they will stop at an orbital outpost called Lunar Gateway, essentially a tiny space station above the moon.
Mars and Jupiter are going to appear incredibly close in the predawn sky this Memorial Day weekend.
A comet that broke apart 27 years ago is adding some intrigue to what is usually a rather modest meteor shower.
Walking into the new experience at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is like a gateway to the future of space exploration.
Families gathered along Florida's Space Coast on Wednesday for a very different type of SpaceX launch. A Falon 9 rocket carried the ashes of loved ones into space.
Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft undocked from the International Space Station and landed in the New Mexico desert early Wednesday evening, completing the final chapter in the orbital test flight.
It is a final farewell as families on Florida's Space Coast are getting ready to send loved ones' ashes into the final frontier. It is especially meaningful for one Florida family as they prepare for the cosmic burial.
Astronauts describe a change in how they see our planet after looking down on Earth from space: Without borders, fragile, a beautiful ecosystem.
With only a test dummy aboard, Boeing’s astronaut capsule pulled up and parked at the International Space Station for the first time Friday, a huge achievement for the company after years of false starts.