In the future, astronauts won’t just be using virtual reality for training.
NASA is launching an effort to bring space power back to the people.
Watching astronauts leave the safety of their spacecraft to undertake daring orbital repairs might eventually become a thing of the past.
When they first met in 2007, Ted Southern and Nik Moiseev came from two very different worlds. They didn't imagine they'd eventually be in business designing space couture in a modest studio at the Brooklyn Navy Yards.
William Shatner is a fun interview subject and he is not a bad interviewer either.
Even for die-hard space patriots, it's hard not to appreciate the delectation Russia may be getting out of the end of the Space Shuttle program. Officially due in a little more than a month, the milestone won't just mark the end of the United States'…