If you haven’t heard of Made in Space, you should. The Silicon Valley company’s raison d’etre is to make it possible for astronauts aboard the International Space Station to 3D print parts and other objects they need rather than having to bring everything with them, or have things sent up on rockets. Show More Summary
How else will astronauts get a Big Gulp on their way to Mars?
Wilbur Ross telling Joe Kernen about turning the moon into a "space gas station"? Get out of our dreams, CNBC.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said one of the Trump administration's goals is to turn the moon "into a kind of gas station for outer space." The idea has been floated before, with a recent study suggesting a refueling station on the...Show More Summary
Bigelow Aerospace has formed a new subsidiary to manage and operate space stations in low-Earth orbit. Bigelow Space Operations (BSO) will handle sales, customer service, and operations for the manufacturer’s inflatable habitats. The […] The post Bigelow Aerospace Investigates Marketability of Lower-Earth Orbit appeared first on Geek.com.
Meditate on the beauty of our home. From Seán Doran: Orbit is a real time reconstruction of time lapse photography taken on board the International Space Station by NASA’s Earth Science & Remote Sensing Unit. The structure of the film...Show More Summary
Bigelow Aerospace has spun off a new commercial space company called Bigelow Space Operations (BSO), which will act as the sales, operations, and customer service provider for the inflatable space stations that Bigelow Aerospace is developing. Show More Summary
In Lidia Yuknavitch’s dystopia, Earth’s richer inhabitants have moved to a space station. But passion still burns through the universal gloom
Netflix revealed today that it provided NASA with access to the pilot episode of the eagerly anticipated reboot of “Lost in Space.” The program was transmitted 12 days ago to the International Space Station so that the astronauts could view...
Bigelow Aerospace has announced that it intends to populate space with inflatable space capsules.
Layers of fabric will unfold into a station 2.4 times the size of the ISS.
On Tuesday, hotel billionaire Robert Bigelow announced the launch of Bigelow Space Operations. The new company will operate inflatable space stations called B330s, which are being developed by Bigelow Aerospace (a space hardware company). The...Show More Summary
Astronaut Scott D. Tingle tweeted this postcard from the International Space Station a few days ago. Now that's a room with a view. From NASA's Instagram account: He posted the moment to social media with the modest caption, “Sunrise...Show More Summary
The International Space Station may go away in 2025. Will private space stations be ready to fill the gap?
A start-up company from an ESA business incubator is offering affordable air-quality monitors for homes, schools and businesses using technology it developed for the International Space Station.
That’s no moon. That’s a planet destroying space station piloted by a kitten! The Star Wars Death Star Pet Cave is perfect for your small animal, whether it’s Kitty the Hutt or Grand Moff Barkin. This…
The small Esperance Municipal Museum began life as a humble exhibit of primarily train-based artifacts, all housed in what was once a train supply shed. Then, in 1979, parts of the Skylab space station started falling from the sky over...Show More Summary
Events just took a turn for the worse for the System Shock remake. System Shock is a 1994 first-person action game developed by Looking Glass Technologies and published by Origin Systems. The game is set aboard a space station in a cyberpunk version of 2072. Players assume the role of a nameless hacker who attempts to take down an evil artificial intelligence named SHODAN. ...
Spacewalking astronauts wrapped up months of repair work Friday on the International Space Station 's big robot arm.
A Japanese and an American astronaut floated outside the International Space Station Friday on a spacewalk to repair the orbiting outpost's robotic arm and move some equipment into storage.