Forget about the old rules of space. Now anyone with enough money and enterprise can get there. This race isn’t between countries…it’s between companies.
The spacecraft nailed its first unpowered glide since a fatal accident in 2014
Boeing chief executive officer Dennis Muilenburg and SpaceX founder Elon Musk both have Mars dreams. But who will get there first?
A top U.S. general has issued a sobering warning that both China and Russia, given their years of emphasis on upgrading and renovating their space war arsenals, could, in the future, place the United States in a position of weakness if matters were to degenerate into a state of war between the countries.
Russia and China signed a space alliance this week to protect their interstellar interests as the Roscosmos space agency threatened to publicly disclose the location of U.S. military satellites.