Nelson in space. Photo credit: NASA March 19th, 2021 This morning President Joe Biden announced his intentions to […]
NASA re visits the Green Run test of the SLS core stage today at the Stennis Space Center running the test for the full eight minute duration.
For the first time since the early 2000’s a new rocket has been brought into the rocket garden […]
Boeing’s Starliner won’t see an April 2nd liftoff as scheduling issues bump the launch to later, possibly May.
The cameras on NASA’s Perseverance rover provide a brilliant new view of the Martian surface.
Named “Katherine Johnson” after the famous NASA mathematician the Antares rocket with Cygnus spacecraft for NG-15 has left Earth to rendezvous with the ISS.
February 18th, 3:55 PM Est from the planet Mars Before we get to today’s events, lets go back […]
Splashdown January 13th 8:35 PM Est, off the coast of Tampa, FL. After thirty-six days in space the […]
Today, January 16th starting at Kennedy Space Center’s Neil Armstrong Operations & Checkout building the Orion capsule has […]
In the sixties we had Apollo, now the next era of space flight is beginning to come together […]