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Britain is to take its first steps in manned space exploration as part of a massive billion-pound boost, following ESA negotiations over investment and funding. "Space is big," says minister David Willetts.
Isle of Man-based space exploration company Excalibur Almaz has said it will be ready to take people to the moon by 2015, but the ride comes with a £100m catch
SpaceX is preparing to launch the first private-sector flight to the International Space Station. Its Falcon 9 rocket will launch its Dragon capsule at the beginning of May
AMSAT-UK's scheme will see a 10cm-cubed satellite sent via converted ICBM into space, where it will broadcast telemetry data for UK schools and colleges to analyse
The Space Launch System (SLS) is NASA's next-generation rocket system that will serve as the centerpiece for deep space exploration for the coming decades.
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The Dawn spacecraft has sent back the first picture of the Vesta asteroid, which lies between Mars and Jupiter, after entering its orbit on Friday
The European Space Agency has signed a deal for the construction of its IXV space vehicle, an unmanned craft that will test re-entry technology from low Earth orbit
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The Heat-X1 rocket, built by a non-profit organisation, has carried the prototype Tycho Brahe spacecraft into the skies after a successful take-off in the Baltic Sea
There are no major barriers to the development of the UK Space Agency's Skylon spaceplane and the new Sabre engine that drives it, the European Space Agency has said in an assessment
It has been 50 years since astronaut Alan Shepard became the first American to enter the Earth's orbit, reaching an altitude of 116 miles
A team of Surrey-based space researchers has developed a satellite that will carry a smartphone payload into orbit at the end of this year
Video phones, domed cities, insectoid robots — back in the past, the future looked pretty exciting. Here's a look at the world we could be living in, if the tech had only worked out
At a plant in Toulouse, France, workers put the finishing touches to a communications satellite that will help bring fast broadband to Europe and neighbouring areas in 2011
With the launch of SpaceX's much-delayed but successful Falcon 9 rocket last week, there's been renewed attention given to private space efforts.
NASA unveiled new programs that mark a shift toward commercial manned rockets and the development of new technologies to enable deep space exploration.
Space Exploration Technologies, one of the leading players in that privatization of space travel, inked an agreement to carry a Space Systems/Loral satellite aboard its Falcon 9 rocket as early as 2012.
Elon Musk's critics have come out of the woodwork because President Obama's NASA budget favors private rocket companies over traditional and expensive NASA space flight programs. Are Musk and SpaceX, the company he founded, qualified to hurl astronauts into space? I think so.
SpaceX test fired the second stage of its Falcon 9 rocket, meaning the first demo flight from Cape Canaveral could be as soon as February. Falcon 9 will re-supply the Space Station at a much lower cost than the soon-to-be retired Space Shuttle.
For the first time in 25 years, a new vehicle has left NASA's Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center, and its payload -- the Arex I-X rocket -- promises to return humans to space.
The headline "The most important space product is profit" is where I disagree with Dana. It sounds like it came from someone shouting at a healthcare reform town meeting. We can hand off low-earth orbit exploration to private concerns, but need NASA for probing deep space. by John Dodge
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