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After a 25-year hiatus for the Russian space shuttle program Buran (Snowstorm), Russia looks to take on a new Reusable Space Rocket System to reduce the cost of satellite launches.
Space technologies company Bigelow Aerospace has announced the signing of a new contract with Nasa, for the future use of its space habitats.
China’s space program has taken another step forward this week with a final test of the new high-tech engines destined for the Long March-5 rocket.
Launching satellites into space could soon be easier and cheaper than ever before, thanks to research conducted by The University of Queensland in Australia.
Nasa has chosen Florida-based J.P. Donovan Construction to begin work on the ground structures that will launch the next generation Nasa rockets and spacecrafts on their journey to Mars and other deep space destinations.
A team of astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) will today become the first people to eat food grown in space.
US space agency Nasa have confirmed the date for the latest test of its new Orion spacecraft.
Engineers working for Nasa have begun designing vehicles designed to fly through the skies of other planets.
New information published by private spaceflight company, SpaceX, has revealed that its recent launch failure was likely caused by single faulty component.
The UK Space Agency has published its National Strategy for Space Environments and Human Spaceflight, ahead of British ESA astronaut Tim Peake’s maiden voyage – expected in December 2015.