One startup founded by a veteran space engineer says the best option is make spacecraft propellant in orbit
His threat to withdraw U.S. commitment ‘strikes at the heart’ of the alliance, says one former NATO ambassador.
A constabulary force modeled on the Coast Guard is viewed as ‘more Swiss army knife than Ka-Bar.’
The head of Stellar Solutions also outlines the challenges for smaller space companies to compete.
Despite Pentagon assertions, secret programs allow American troops to direct combat raids in Somalia, Kenya, Niger and other African nations.
POLITICO talks to the head of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation
Apollo astronaut Jack Schmitt makes a detailed case for why NASA’s Space Launch System beats the commercial alternatives.
POLITICO talks to JPL Director Michael Watkins about the lab’s historic legacy and plans to keep exploring where no one has gone before.
Those who have dealt with the mercurial and often maddening regime offer up tips. But some things are impossible to prepare for.
POLITICO sits down with Jean Floyd, the CEO of Stratolaunch
But ‘it’s too soon to make any drastic decisions” about the station’s future,’ says Rep. Brian Babin, chairman of the House Space Subcommittee.
Ambrose said the 266,000-square-foot Gateway Center the company is building outside Denver will allow it to adapt in the coming decades.
Pyongyang says it will halt its nuke tests but will it give up its bombs? Even leading champions of diplomacy aren’t so sure.
Friday night’s missile attacks destroyed three chemical weapons sites without triggering Russian reprisals, military officials said.