Roscosmos space agency will abandon the International Space Station (ISS) to build successor to Mir. It will fulfill its obligations, including delivering NASA astronauts and cargo to the ISS.
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We have two launches in the week ahead, both from SpaceX. Also, be sure to check out this week's recap section where we've included a video of dust devils on Mars filmed by a NASA rover.
Rocket Lab will use a helicopter to catch the first stage of its Electron rocket in a mission later this week. It's an alternative method of reusing rocket parts which should reduce costs.
This week, we are due to see the launch of Axiom Space's manned mission to the ISS. It was originally slated for last week but it had to be cancelled. SpaceX will be providing a rocket for the crew.
This week should be interesting as there are two private-sector manned missions. The first is another Blue Origins New Shepard mission while the second will see Axiom Space astronauts go to the ISS.
Following the week where Russian cosmonauts gave tacit support to Ukraine, we have just one rocket launch, a Roscosmos Soyuz 2.1a that will be carrying Meridian-M satellites for the MoD.
In the next week, Russia will launch three cosmonauts to the International Space Station from the Baikonur Cosmodrome. SpaceX and Astra Space also have unmanned missions planned this week.
We've finally got a busy week coming up in terms of space launches. Russia, India, SpaceX, and two other private firms will be launching this week. It's also been a year since the TWIRL series began.
The next week in space launches certainly looks interesting with a manned mission from Roscosmos carrying tourists to the ISS and a manned mission from Blue Origin carrying Alan Shepard's daughter.
SpaceX will once again attempt to launch the Crew-3 Dragon mission up to the International Space Station. It has attempted to do so several times but bad weather has alwayscaused delays.
This week we have a handful of launches to look forward to. The most notable is the Crew-3 Dragon which will take four astronauts up to the International Space Station following a delay.
In the week beginning October 25, we'll see two missions to the International Space Station. One will be a cargo mission from Russia and the other will be a commercial crewed mission from SpaceX.
It's a quiet week for launches this week but a cosmonaut will lead a mission to the ISS that's carrying a film director and actress to shoot the first feature-length film in space.
This week will see China launch several satellites into space. They will perform tasks such as monitoring greenhouse gas emissions, radio and TV transmissions, and secret military work.
SpaceX finally stacked the Starship upper stage onto the Super Heavy booster yesterday, bringing the firm one step closer to an orbital launch. Later this week the ISS will receive a cargo mission.
The United Launch Alliance is set to launch the CST-100 Starliner to the ISS carrying cargo for the crew. The mission is a vital test for further crewed missions aboard ULA's Starliner.
In the upcoming week, SpaceX will attempt to launch its Transporter-2 mission, Starsem will orbit 36 OneWeb internet satellites, and Roscosmos will send a cargo mission to the ISS.
NASA has pushed back the splashdown for Crew-1 Dragon. The astronauts will now undock from the ISS on Friday before landing in the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday morning. The event will be streamed.
NASA has pushed the Crew-2 Dragon mission back from Thursday to Friday. The crew will reach the space station on Saturday bringing the people on board to 11 until four people leave next week.
The week will see SpaceX take more astronauts to the ISS, a Helicopter fly on Mars, and possibly the first successful landing on SpaceX's Starship after it was selected for NASA's Artemis missions.
There aren't too many launches this week but SpaceX is prepping its next Starship mission where it will attempt to perfect the landing procedure so it can move on in the testing process.
The team-up with Hewlett Packard Enterprise will be centered around delivering Azure capabilities to space through HPE's Spaceborne Computer-2, which is set to be launched this month.
Boeing and NASA signed a new contract extension that is valued at $916 million. Under it, the former will continue to support development and research aboard the ISS through 2024 at least.
In a company-wide email, Musk urged SpaceX employees to shift gears, invest significant time, and focus primarily on the Starship initiative henceforth to dramatically accelerate its progress.
Crew Dragon has launched atop the Falcon 9 rocket and is now on its way to the ISS. This is a historic moment as for the first time in nine years, astronauts have taken off from American soil.
Following the Launch Readiness Review, NASA and SpaceX have given the Crew Dragon launch atop the Falcon 9 rocket a go-ahead. However, the weather will still prove to be an important consideration.
Less than 3.5 hours after its launch from Kazakhstan, the Russian spacecraft Progress 75 docked at the ISS over northwest China carrying 2.7 metric tons of propellant, food, and other supplies.
CIMON-2, the AI-powered assistant onboard the International Space Station has successfully completed its initial testing, showing the ability to respond to a variety of tasks communicated verbally.
Many of Minecraft's education-centric worlds will be available for free in the Marketplace through a new 'Education' category. The offer to download these worlds will stand through June 30.
Elon Musk's goals for the BFR system are clear, he wants nothing short of making humanity a multiplanet species; with a moon base, a manned mission to Mars in 2024, and rocket-trips around Earth too.
The space agency collaborated with Lucasfilm to create a patch that was representative of enhanced technology and the adventure inherent in exploring the universe, as well as looking to the future.
In our weekly science round-up, we look at gravitational and quantum anomalies detected in Weyl semimetals, flyover movies of Pluto and its moon, and a robot that can find tiny water leaks in pipes.
If you've ever wished you could float around the International Space Station, Google might just have made your dreams come true, to some extent, with the latest update to its Street View today.
Paleontologists have reanalyzed the collagen from fossils and determined that Jurassic Park may never exist; Great Barrier Reef bleaching is worse than ever; and NASA's first neutron star mission.
Microsoft teamed up with NASA on 'Project Sidekick', exploring the use of its HoloLens headset on the International Space Station, which included the first Skype call from the ISS to Mission Control.
Ian Murdock, the founder of the Debian project and its leader for three years, passed away on Monday night at the age of 42. Both his last employer - Docker - and Debian published obituaries.
Anonymous has reportedly hacked some of the European Space Agency's servers, leaking the information of dozens of agency internal users as well as thousands of subscribers to the ESA's domains.
Microsoft's augmented reality headsets have finally arrived onboard the ISS. And the astronauts who are using them have explained how the device can help when you're 400 km above the Earth.