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Virgin Galactic Grounded after Alignment Pin Detaches

The FAA confirmed it opened a mishap investigation and no public injuries or damage had been reported.
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First Space Force Guardian Heading to ISS Orbital Outpost

NASA’s SpaceX Crew-9 mission is set to launch no earlier than August.
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SpaceX’s Starship Selected to Launch Starlab Space Station

The free-flying commercial space station will permanently host four crewmembers and is scheduled to launch before the International Space Station's decommissioning.
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Northrop Grumman Cygnus Launches on ISS Resupply Mission

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched the payload of more than 8,200 pounds of critical supplies headed to the International Space Station.
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FBOs, Meet AAM

We cover Clay Lacy Aviation's partnership with air taxi manufacturer Overair and plenty more in this week's Future of FLYING newsletter.
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NASA’s Twin Spirit and Opportunity Probes Leave Lasting Legacy 20 Years Later

The two spacecraft landed on Mars in January 2004, giving scientists the first evidence the red planet once held water.
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First All-European Commercial Astronaut Crew Begins Research at Space Station

The mission arranged by Axiom Space will research cancer cures, remote-controlled robots, space horticulture, microgravity, and more.
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First Commercial Lunar Delivery Mission Ends Before Landing

Despite the failure to land on the moon as planned, NASA said four out of five of its payloads on Peregrine were able ...
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SpaceX Launch Sends 4 Private Astronauts to ISS

Once they arrive at ISS, the Axiom Space astronauts will conduct 30 scientific experiments that NASA says will help advance research in low-Earth ...
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NASA GUSTO Scientific Balloon Mission Underway at South Pole

The space agency is aiming to set a record of more than 55 days in flight for the long-duration balloon operation.
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