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Private space foundation plans 2018 Mars flyby for two
The Inspiration Mars Foundation has announced plans to mount a challenging 501 day, manned mission to Mars and back in 2018
Falcon flies at last from Florida with TV satellite
Moon Express tests flight software on prototype robotic lander
Swarm launched into orbit to check Earth's magnetic shield
NASA's MAVEN blasts off on journey to Mars
SpaceX passes safety review for human spaceflight
New Soyuz crew blasts off with Olympic torch
India successfully launches its first mission to Mars
India will aim today to become the first Asian nation to launch a space probe to the planet Mars.
Fiery end completes successful mission for ATV Albert Einstein
ATV Albert Einstein finished its five-month cargo mission in space with a successful, planned breakup over the Pacific Ocean.
NASA powers up its Orion crew vehicle
NASA's Orion crew vehicle, being designed to carry astronauts into deep space, has been powered up for the first time during tests at the Kennedy Space Center
Goodbye Cygnus as astronauts put out the trash
The Cygnus space freighter will plunge to destruction in the atmosphere today after being released from the International Space Station
Gravity-mapping satellite is set to plunge to Earth
ESA's gravity-mapping satellite GOCE has run out of fuel and is destined to crash to Earth in the next three weeks.
SpaceX makes another leap toward rocket reusability
SpaceX has been making progress toward its goal of reusable rockets in recent flights of its upgraded Falcon 9 rocket and Falcon 9 test rig, codenamed Grasshopper
Jupiter probe Juno buzzes Earth to pick up speed
NASA's Juno probe will pay a fleeting visit to the Earth today as it flies by to gain speed on its long journey to Jupiter.
Cygnus berths and Falcon 9 flies on busy day for commercial space
Orbital Sciences’ Cygnus cargo freighter finally berthed with the International Space Station yesterday and SpaceX launched the first of a new breed of Falcon 9 in a busy day for commercial space activities.
Soyuz pulls rank to reach ISS first
Three new crew members have joined the International Space Station bringing the number of occupants back to six
Boeing tests spaceship thrusters
Previous tests of the OMAC thrusters verified their durability in extreme heat, evaluated the opening and closing of their valves and confirmed continuous combustion and performance.
New commercial cargo freighter launches for the space station
Orbital Sciences' Cygnus spacecraft made its maiden flight to space on Wednesday, September 18, 2013.
Over 200,000 people apply to live on Mars
Over 200,000 people have applied to live on Mars as part of an ambitious proposal by private foundation Mars One to establish a human settlement on the Red Planet by 2023.
Expedition 36 crew return from the space station
Three members of the space station's crew have returned safely to Earth.
New missions on drawing board to probe Jupiter's moons
New missions are being proposed to visit moons of Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System, where conditions could be right for life
NASA narrows down sites for next Mars lander
NASA has selected four potential landing sites for its InSight probe from a list of 22 possible options
NASA loses contact with veteran comet probe
NASA's Deep Impact probe is failing to respond to communications from NASA's mission control
Dream Chaser takes to the air in captive-carry test
Sierra Nevada Corp.
Spacewalker in a fishbowl
Luca Parmitano has spoken about his recent scare during a spacewalk outside the International Space Station, when his helmet began to fill with water.
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