"To see the capsule safely back on its home planet is a thrilling accomplishment."
Not too long ago, there was a Titan launch that had eleven scrubs and a Delta launch that had six.
Oh yeah, that old elliptical galaxy... on the outskirts no less.
"I am aware that many in the science community have questioned NASA's commitment to science."
I hate this aspect of being informed.
Anomalies Force Delay.
Data Analysis Reveals That Hayabusa Landed On and Took Off from Itokawa, much to the surprise of the Engineers.
Europe looks ahead, while the US looks away.
This is the first program to successfully fly an airship in near-space.
On November 25th, America will enter a new era of access to space.
The pillars themselves are colossal, together resembling a mountain range.
...with a surface temperature hotter than a kitchen oven, and a choking mixture of noxious gases for an atmosphere.
The twin mirrors were polished to an accuracy of 30 nanometers, or 3,000 times thinner than a human hair.
"What happened this weekend is akin to the Wright brothers' first powered flight."
Boeing and Lockheed Martin have engaged in an unlawful conspiracy to eliminate competition in the government launch business.
...and then admitted that NASA simply does not have enough money to carry out the schedule.
The civilian space program finally takes off with the launch of Falcon I - October 31st
Voyager 1 has passed into the border region at the edge of the solar system and now is sending back information about this never-before-explored area.
The Exploration Systems Architecture Study has been released.