NASA Finds New Alien Planets
The University of Arizona reports at the 227th American Astronomical Society conference that the Kepler spacecraft has discovered new planets.
NASA Begins WFIRST Project
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration will start construction of its new flagship telescope known as the Wide-Field Infra-Red Survey Telescope.
ESA To Develop A Space Business Center For Ireland
Enterprise Ireland and the European Space Agency have signed an agreement to build an incubation center for Irish space-related business firms.
NASA Helps LG Promote Its 4K TV
LG will be partnering with NASA to promote its new 4K OLED TV while NASA promotes its new UHD channel produced by Harmonic.
NASA Teams Up With PlayStation VR To Control Space Bots
Sony designed the Mighty Morphenaut demo for NASA to practice humanoid control in space using PlayStation consoles.
XPrize Confirms Moon Express Contract Launch
MoonEx will be launching its micro-landers to the Moon in partnership with Rocket Labs as the XPrize Foundation confirms its launch contracts.
'Cosmic Girl' To Launch Satellites In Space
Virgin Galactic's Boeing 747 aircraft named Cosmic Girl will be launching satellites for OneWeb and NASA.
Supermassive Black Hole Eats A Star
The ICRAR has observed and documented a nearby star being devoured by a black hole 300 light years away from Earth.
Blue Origin Launches And Lands Reusable Rockets
Upstart rocket manufacturer Blue Origin aims to launch rockets in space with the concept of landing them again successfully to Earth, making them reusable.
The Hunt For Space-Time Gravitational Ripples Begin
The European Space Agency will be launching the LISA Pathfinder which will be measuring gravitational waves caused by space-time ripples.
NASA's Research Airplanes Take Flight
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has brought back to life three WB-57 research airplanes to study the Earth's atmosphere once again.
SpaceX Launches First Commercial Crew
NASA has guaranteed SpaceX missions as part of the Commercial Crew Program along with Boeing.
Voyager 1 Celebrates 35 Years In Space
NASA celebrates 35 years of Voyager 1's space expedition to Saturn.
U.S.A. Establishes Rights To Own Resources In Space
The United States Senate and House ammends a bill that would give its citizens rights to own resources from outer space through mining asteroids near Earth's atmosphere.