Layoffs hit both companies despite huge milestones in commercial space
In the New Mexico heat, student engineers prove their mettle with high powered rocketry and learn how to work as a team along the way
Mass-produced satellites backed by an all-in-one operations system enables new space applications to be tried quicker than ever before.
A constellation of radar imaging microsatellites could enable new insights for business and science
The dark side of the moon will soon be getting company from a Chinese lander, and Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to build their own Avengers style tower.
Getting humans to Mars is a tough challenge, but making it a place humans want to stay will be even harder.
We learn how Curiosity is driven from 150 million miles away, the current challenges the rover is facing, and what's next for Mars 2020.
We sit down with JPL engineer Joel Steinkraus to talk about MarCO, the first (and second) CubeSats to leave Earth's orbit.
We sit down with JPL engineer Troy Hudson to talk about NASA's newest Mars lander, and the HP^3 sensor which will dig deeper into another planet than ever before.