Researchers at a startup devise a new power storage design that far surpasses lithium-ion's limitations.
At open offices across the country, the USAF is embracing its newfound love of disruption and innovation.
The author of explores Inside the past and future of a spaceport with a tragic, checkered past.
In space, no one can hear you call for IT support.
And base for drone activities, too. Putin beware.
A new recovery vessel puts a 21st century spin on the Apollo-era return from space.
Military elite treat their bodies like high-performance race cars. Which is great—unless you show up to meet them in a hoopty.
Big data and new technology help the USAF determine their elite fighters' precise mental and physical limits—and push past them.
There are risks to the stunning progress being made by the private U.S. space industry. Experts chime in on what to worry about.
Crewed missions, launched by private companies, will be seen as an American achievement. But really, it's a global one.
An ambitious but troubled program reaches space, but some very terrestrial problems could mean long waits for the promised advantages.
Devices meant to replicate otherworldly conditions are adapting to help the hunt for life in and out of our solar system.
But it still has a long way to go.
An emerging golden age of probes may reimagine the origin story of our galactic neighborhood.
The newest hacker community in the United States is nowhere near Silicon Valley.
Han Solo hid the Millennium Falcon in a cloud of trash, and the same method could hide satellites in low-Earth orbit.
The solar panels have successfully deployed.
Now the real science begins.
Reasons why you should pay attention to this mission to the Red Planet.
Engineers describe how to design a gadget that can grab parts of an asteroid—without even landing on it.
One medieval epic wins in a Scottish history smackdown over weapons, clothing, costumes, and battle accuracy.