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WALKER: Only NASA can lead us to Mars

Charlie Walker
The Washington Times (Opinion)
June 3, 2013

SLS prepares for PDR – Evolution eyes Dual-Use Upper Stage

Chris Bergin
Nasaspaceflight.com
June 1, 2013

Boeing completes wind tunnel tests for CST-100 and Atlas V

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
May 31, 2013

Boeing and SpaceX Reach Commercial Crew Milestones

Dan Leone
Space News
May 31, 2013

NASA Banking on Bigelow Study To Break Big Contractor Bias

Dan Leone
Space News
May 29, 2013

Human Mars Lander Must Break New Ground

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week & Space Technology
May 20, 2013

U.S. must stay committed to racing towards space

Kay Bailey Hutchison and Eugene A. Cernan
USA Today (opinion)
May 19, 2013

Commercial Space Advocates Want Bigger Role in Exploration as NASA Budget Shrinks

Dan Leone
Space News
May 17, 2013

NASA Tests Orion Spaceship's Parachutes with Mock Glitch

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
May 15, 2013

Will competing plans hurt nation's future in space?

Ledyard King
Florida Today
May 13, 2013

Aerojet Delivers Final Pod Assembly for Orion Flight

Space News
May 13, 2013

Report: NASA in chaos over White House/congressional acrimony

Mark Whittington
examiner.com
May 11, 2013

UK Space Agency and NASA Join Forces to Explore the Solar System

Space Travel
May 6, 2013

Shelby: NASA Must Focus on SLS

Political News
May 6, 2013

Angara Rocket Launch Delayed to 2014

RIA Novosti (Russia)
May 6, 2013

Manned Missions to Mars: Scientists Discuss Red Planet Exploration This Week

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
May 5, 2013

Air Force's X-51A hypersonic aircraft sets record during its final test

Alan Boyle
NBC News
May 3, 2013

NASA Chief Urges Congress to Fund Private Astronaut Taxis

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
May 3, 2013

NASA Conducts Failure Tests of Orion Parachutes

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
May 3, 2013

Robert Bigelow Plans a Real Estate Empire in Space

Adam Higginbotham
Bloomberg Businessweek
May 2, 2013

NASA eyes grabbing asteroid for Orion destination

Greg Avery
Denver Business Journal
April 30, 2013

NASA Extends Crew Flight Contract with Russian Space Agency

NASA News Release
April 30, 2013

Harnessing Public Support for Mars Exploration

Blake Ortner, Chris Carberry
Space News (Opinion)
April 29, 2013

NASA Chief: We Will Renegotiate Contracts If Sequester Continues

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
April 29, 2013

Orion test flight is on track despite heat shield concerns

James Dean
Florida Today
April 29, 2013

Human mission to Mars is no longer just a sci-fi dream

Marc Kaufman
The Washington Post
April 29, 2013

ATK solid rocket boosters complete Space Launch System milestone

Lee Roop
Huntsville Times
April 29, 2013

NASA Considers Robotic Spacecraft Rendezvous as Asteroid Mission Backup

Jeff Foust
Space News
April 26, 2013

Out-Year Sequestration Will Slow NASA Exploration Efforts

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
April 25, 2013

NASA chief to lawmakers: Heavy lift rocket 'on schedule'

Florida Today
April 25, 2013

Sen. Richard Shelby 'doubts' NASA serious about big new rocket

Lee Roop
Huntsville Times
April 25, 2013

Bolden on the hot seat as lawmakers question NASA priorities, asteroid mission

Joanna Raines
Houston Chronicle
April 24, 2013

NASA: Sequestration threatens timetable for projects

Ledyard king
USA Today
April 23, 2013

Hot-fire Tests Steering the Future of NASA's Space Launch System Engines

NASA news release
April 22, 2013

Bold Mars Pursuit Truly Inspires

Jerry Ross
Space News (Opinion)
April 22, 2013

Orbital Sciences launches Antares rocket on successful test flight

William Harwood
CBS News
April 21, 2013

Sequestration Threatens Stability in U.S. Air Force Space Budget

Mike Gruss
Space News
April 19, 2013

Lawmakers Question NASA Funding for SLS-Orion, Planetary Science

Dan Leone
Space News
April 19, 2013

NASA Opens Door to Commercial Partnerships on the Moon

Irene Klotz
Space News
April 19, 2013

US Military Space Spending Set at $8 Billion for 2014

Debra Werner
Space News
April 17, 2013

United Launch Alliance completes major human-rating milestones

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
April 16, 2013

NASA's Space Launch System on budget, ahead of schedule, confounding its critics

Mark Whittington
Examiner
April 16, 2013

The Sounds of Progress: NASA's Space Launch System Engineers Begin Acoustic Testing

Klaus Schmidt
Space Fellowship
April 16, 2013

NASA Marks Progress on Anniversary of President's Space Exploration Vision

Bob Granath
NASA.gov
April 16, 2013

Lunar lander hopeful Golden Spike details business plans

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
April 16, 2013

Orion on track for 2021 asteroid mission, KSC chief says

Todd Halverson
Florida Today
April 16, 2013

Mikulski Will Support Asteroid Initiative, Not Sure About Orion, Planetary Requests

Marcia S. Smitrh
Space Policy Online
April 15, 2013

How NASA brought the monstrous F-1 “moon rocket” engine back to life

Lee Hutchinson
ARS Technica
April 14, 2013

First Launch of Commercial Crew Quietly Slips to 2017

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
April 14, 2013

NASA's Mars-Bound Mega Rocket on Track for 2017 Test Launch

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
April 12, 2013

Reaction to the NASA budget proposal

Jeff Foust
Space Politics (Opinion)
April 11, 2013

Moon Base Over Asteroid? Lawmakers Push for Lunar Landing by 2022

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
April 11, 2013

Back to the future with Saturn's F-1

Guy Norris
Aviation Week (Blog)
April 10, 2013

Boeing Executive Defends SLS as Only Deep-space Option

Space News
April 10, 2013

NASA Rolls Back Sequestration To Tackle Asteroid Retrieval

Mark Carreau & Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
April 10, 2013

Boeing progressing on CST-100 space capsule

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
April 10, 2013

PWR Moving Ahead On F-1 Resurrection

Frank Morring, Jr. & Guy Norris
Aviation Week
April 9, 2013

For Private Manned Mars Mission, It's Make-or-Break Time

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
April 8, 2013

CST-100 Review Clears Way For Wind Tunnel Testing

Guy Norris
Aviation Week & Space Technology
April 8, 2013

Private Rocket Moves to Virginia Launch Pad for Test Flight

Miriam Kramer
SPACE.com
April 8, 2013

The uneasy state of NASA’s human space exploration program

Jeff Foust
The Space Review (Opinion)
April 8, 2013

Administration confirms NASA plan: Grab an asteroid, then focus on Mars

Alan Boyle
NBC News
April 7, 2013

Roscosmos Plans to Join NASA in Asteroid Capture Mission

RIA Novosti
April 5, 2013

Inspiration Mars considers NASA's Space Launch System, ULA rockets for 2018 Mars trip

Lee Roop
Huntsville Times (Blog)
April 4, 2013

Researchers testing nuclear fusion technology that could power NASA's rockets

Jacob Kastrenakes
The Verge
April 4, 2013

Hunting for Payloads for NASA's Space Launch System

Mark Whittington
Yahoo News
April 3, 2013

Initial AMS data consistent with dark matter, but not yet proof

William Harwood
CBS News
April 3, 2013

There's robust growth in the global space economy

Defense Systems
April 2, 2013

NASA Mega-Rocket Could Lead to Skylab 2 Deep Space Station

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
April 2, 2013

Destination Moon: Russia to Launch New Wave of Lunar Robots

Leonard David
SPACE.com
April 1, 2013

Path To Orbital Economy Still Rocky

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week & Space Technology
April 1, 2013

NASA: Sequester could delay U.S. plan to launch astronauts by 2017

Sharon Gaudin
Computerworld
March 28, 2013

Satmex 8 is launched successfully by a Proton M Breeze M

David Todd
Flightglobal
March 27, 2013

NASA Turns Up the Heat on Construction of the Space Launch System

Bill Hubscher
NASA.gov
March 26, 2013

Space Launch System Truths and Misconceptions (Part 1)

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
March 26, 2013

Space Innovation Center Will Help Govt Agencies Launch Future Space Missions

Space Travel
March 26, 2013

Second Dragon Cargo Mission Splashes Down Safely

Mark Carreau
Aviation Week & Space Technology
March 26, 2013

The Future of Exploration Starts With 3-D Printing

Space Travel
March 26, 2013

Russia May Build Own Space Station From New Modules – Energia

RIA Novosti
March 26, 2013

Price, reliability, and other challenges facing the launch industry

Jeff Foust
The Space Review (opinion)
March 25, 2013

Russia Extends Space Cooperation With US

RIA Novosti (Russia)
March 23, 2013

Sequester, spending bill chop NASA funding

Ledyard King
Federal Times
March 22, 2013

Johnson-Freese: Space Threats Include Public's Lack of Knowledge about Space Benefits

Marcia S. Smith
Space Policy Online
March 20, 2013

Center Operations Helps Launch Pad of the Future Take Shape

Linda Herridge
NASA.gov
March 20, 2013

The Coming Age of Space Colonization

James Fallows
The Atlantic
March 20, 2013

Asteroid Threat Collides with Earthly Budget Realities in Congress

Clara Moskowitz
Space News (subscription required)
March 19, 2013

Atlas 5 boosts missile early warning satellite into space

William Harwood
CBS News
March 19, 2013

NASA Pushes New Nuclear Power Systems For Planetary Missions

Mark Carreau
Aviation Week & Space Technology
March 19, 2013

Experts: U.S. Budget Squeeze May Spark New Era of Efficiency, Innovation in Space

Mike Gruss
Space News (subscription required)
March 15, 2013

Soyuz TMA-06M brings three station fliers back to Earth

William Harwood
CBS News
March 15, 2013

Deflecting Killer Asteroid Could Be Geopolitical Nightmare

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
March 14, 2013

Europe, Russia to launch Mars mission to sample soil for signs of life

Alissa de Carbonnel
Reuters
March 14, 2013

Houston Think Tank Recommends Role For China In ISS

Mark Carreau
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
March 13, 2013

The X-37-B: Exploring expanded capabilities fo ISS missions

Chris Gebhardt
NASASpaceflight.com
March 12, 2013

Return to the Moon—But When and How?

David Darling
AmericaSpace
March 11, 2013

Space Tech at South By Southwest (SXSW) — After the Shuttle, Boom Times for Space Innovation?

Jeffrey Kluger
Time
March 11, 2013

Russian Satellite Hit By Chinese Debris Highlights Space Junk Threat

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
March 9, 2013

Commercial Spaceflight Industry Drifts Back to Earth

John Matson
Scientific American (opinion)
March 6, 2013

NASA Creates Space Technology Office to Aid Future Missions

SPACE.com
March 6, 2013

Soyuz crew approved for fast approach to space station

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
March 5, 2013

Long March 5 Rocket Delayed To 2015

Bradley Perrett
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
March 5, 2013

NASA's Mars Rover Curiosity Recovering from Computer Glitch

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
March 5, 2013

Public Favors Mars Exploration For Scientific Expansion

Mark Carreau
Aviation Week & Space Technology
March 4, 2013

Commercial space race heats up

Devin Powell
Nature
March 4, 2013

Orion Components Arrive at KSC in Preparation for Test Flight

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
March 4, 2013

Dragon cargo ship reaches destination after shaky start

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
March 3, 2013

SpaceX launch nominal, but Dragon capsule encounters problems

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
March 1, 2013

China's next manned space mission to launch this summer

Reuters
February 28, 2013

Private space foundation plans 2018 Mars flyby for two

Jenny Winder
SEN
February 28,2013

Sequestration to Squash Commercial Crew?

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
February 28, 2013

NASA readies crew-escape motor for Orion test

Todd Halverson
Florida Today
February 27, 2013

NASA sign up US Navy for opening three Orion splashdowns

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
February 26, 2013

NASA to buy Soyuz seats until mid-2017 - Roscosmos

Interfax (Russia)
February 25, 2013

Orbital Sciences conducts successful Antares hot-fire

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
February 25, 2013

NASA Creates New Mission Directorate for Space Technology as Sequester Cuts Loom

Marcia S. Smith
Space Policy Online
February 21, 2013

All space sequestration politics is local

Jeff Foust
Space Politics (opinion)
February 21, 2013

NASA Awards Final Space Launch System Advanced Booster Contract

Space Daily
February 21, 2013

Safety Panel impressed with challenged Exploration Program

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
February 20, 2013

Automatic U.S. budget cuts would benefit Russia

Todd Halverson
Florida Today
February 20, 2013

SLS takes on new buckling standards, drops Super Light alloy

Martin Payne
NASASpaceflight.com
February 18, 2013

If cuts kick in, commercial space crew delays expected

Ledyard King
Florida Today
February 15, 2013

Orbital Sciences delays Antares hot-fire test

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
February 14, 2013

Second J-2X engine prepares for SLS testing

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceFlight.com
February 12, 2013

Third Accelerated Progress Docking Sets Stage For Soyuz

Mark Carreau
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
February 12, 2013

NASA Announces Key Investment Plan for Space Technology Development

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
February 12, 2013

NASA's New Spaceship Tech Could Help Take Astronauts to Mars

Ben Cooper
SPACE.com
February 12, 2013

NASA'S Orion Lands Safely on Two of Three Parachutes in Test

NASA news release
February 12, 2013

Space Exploration Still US Priority, NASA Says

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
February 12, 2013

Poll: Americans Overwhelmingly Support Manned Mars Mission

Jason Koebler
U.S. News & World Report
February 11, 2013

NASA Set for New Round Of J-2X Testing at Stennis Space Center

NASA news release
February 11, 2013

ULA Atlas V launches Landsat DCM spacecraft

William Graham and Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
February 11, 2013

Lockheed Martin Expanding Human Spaceflight Role

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week & Space Technology
February 11, 2013

Russians successfully launch space station resupply ship

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
February 11, 2013

Orion processing heats up ahead of EFT-1 mission

Chris Bergin
NASAspaceflight.com
February 10, 2013

Gerstenmaier: ISS Will Shape Commercial Spaceflight

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
February 7, 2013

Space Race in Asia Heating Up

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
February 7, 2013

Ariane 5 ECA launches with Amazonas-3 and Azerspace-1

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
February 7, 2013

Six new Globalstar satellites ride Soyuz rocket to orbit

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
February 6, 2013

France Boosts Space R&T Spending

Amy Svitak
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
February 6, 2013

Sea Launch Zenit loss blamed on gimbal control pump

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
February 5, 2013

Asteroids May Be Tougher Target Than Mars for Manned Missions

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
February 5, 2013

Bigelow Offering Private Space Station at a Fraction of ISS Cost

Doug Messier
Parabolic Arc
February 4, 2013

Remembering Columbia

William Harwood
Spaceflight Now
February 1, 2013

Sea Launch mission fails; rocket, Intelsat satellite crash in ocean

W.J. Hennigan
Los Angeles Times
February 1, 2013

Atlas 5 puts science-relay satellite into orbit for NASA

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
January 30, 2013

Lockheed to build second Dream Chaser airframe for Sierra Nevada

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
January 30, 2013

Private Space Plane Poised for Big Test Flight

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
January 30, 2013

Fuzzy U.S. Space Policy Seen Languishing

Mark Carreau
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
January 30, 2013

South Korea, Russia partner for historic satellite launch

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
January 30, 2013

U.S. Questions Iran 'Monkey Launch'

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
January 29, 2013

America Should Renew Its Spaceflight Goals

Jerry Ross
Aviation Week & Space Technology (Opinion)
January 28, 2013

For NASA, a Somber Week of Space Disaster Anniversaries

Tariq Malik
SPACE.com
January 28, 2013

Iran Reports Lofting Monkey Into Space, Calling It Prelude to Human Flight

William J. Broad
The New York Times
January 28, 2013

Chinese Factory To Build Outsize Spacecraft

Bradley Perrett
Aviation Week & Space Technology
January 28, 2013

Atlas 5 comes together at record pace for NASA launch

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
January 27, 2013

Lavrov Says No Baikonur Conflict With Kazakhstan

Ivan Nechepurenko
The Moscow Times
January 27, 2013

Canada’s Dextre robot passes first-of-a-kind test to refuel satellites in space

National Post (Canada)
January 27, 2013

Japan launches new satellites to boost surveillance

Space Daily
January 27, 2013

NASA testing vintage engine from Apollo 11 rocket

Jay Reeves
Associated Press
Jaunary 25, 2013

North Korea muddies ESA's aim to clean-up space

Dan Thisdell
Flight International
January 25, 2013

NASA Joins ESA's 'Dark Universe' Mission

NASA news release
January 24, 2013

Workers to add structural braces to Orion spacecraft

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
January 23, 2013

Blast from the Past: NASA Fires Historic Engine Parts for New Rocket

Robert Z. Pearlman
Space.com
January 22, 2013

Flight of the Antares – Orbital closing in on long-awaited debut

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
January 22, 2013

Asteroid-Mining Project Aims for Deep-Space Colonies

MIke Wall
SPACE.com
January 22, 2013

With Obama Inauguration, NASA's Deep-Space Mission Continues

Tariq Malik
SPACE.com
January 21, 2013

Aerojet Successfully Test Fires AJ26 Engine

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
January 20, 2013

Boeing outlines technology for crewed Mars missions

Chris Gebhardt
NASASpaceflight.com
January 18, 2013

Kazakhstan impedes Russian space launch plans - source

Interfax (Russia)
January 18, 2013

WGS Launch Slips As RL10 Worries Persist

Amy Butler
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
January 17, 2013

Orion’s ATV Service Module deal may allow ESA astro on EM-2 mission

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
January 16, 2013

Glitch Stalls Robotic Refueling Experiment in Space

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
January 16, 2013

Europe and US agree details for Orion astronaut spacecraft

Jonathan Amos
BBC News
January 16, 2013

Russia plans to send probe to moon in 2015

Steve Gutterman
Reuters
January 15, 2013

Trio of Russian military satellites launched by Rockot

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
January 15, 2013

Funding Is Human Exploration’s Big Question

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week & Space Technology
January 14, 2013

The Dark Knights – ATK’s Advanced Boosters for SLS revealed

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
January 14, 2013

Superconducting Magnets Could Block Space Radiation

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week & Space Technology
January 14, 2013

Fed sets new competitive model for United Launch Alliance

Kristen Leigh Painter
The Denver Post
January 13, 2013

Russian Space Industry to Double Output by 2020 – Program

Aleksandr Zemlyanichenko
RIA Novosti (Russia)
January 12, 2013

NASA Buys Private Inflatable Room for Space Station

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
January 11, 2013

U.S. spaceship ventures plan to send test pilots into orbit as early as 2015

Alan Boyle
NBC News
January 9, 2013

NASA To Review SLS Core Stage, Orion Weight Issues

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
January 9, 2013

GenCorp plans to sell assets for Rocketdyne buy

Kristin Jones
Market Watch
January 8, 2013

Boeing discusses use of SLS for robust lunar program

Chris Gebhardt
NASASpaceflight.com
January 8, 2013

India plans to launch Mars mission later this year

Pallava Bagla
NDTV (India)
January 7, 2013

SLS on track to CDR as engineers work though a baffling issue

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
January 5, 2013

SpaceX makes giant leap with Grasshopper

Dan Thisdell
Flight International
January 4, 2013

Congress Girds For Future NASA Budget Battles

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
January 4, 2013

Private Moon Travel Startup Hires Lunar Lander Designer

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
January 3, 2013

U.S. space programs get reprieve from budget cuts

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
January 3, 2013

NASA might hijack an asteroid and park it near the moon

Michael Blaustein
New York Post
January 3, 2013

Hutchison, Nelson Win Passage of Measure to Sustain and Encourage U.S. Leadership in Space

Senate Commerce Committee news release
January 3, 2012

Congress Approves Bill Supporting Human Space Exploration

House Science, Space and Technology Committee news release
January 2, 2013

SpaceX, Orbcomm renegotiate launch contract

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
January 2, 2013

Europe Tackling Big Space Projects in 2013

Rob Coppinger
SPACE.com
January 1, 2013

NASA is essential for national security

Gary Oleson, Bob Silsby, and Darin Skelly
The Space Review (Opinion)
December 31, 2012

Is NASA Lost in Space or Aimed at Asteroid?

Leonard David
SPACE.com
December 31, 2012

Key space issues for 2013

Jeff Foust
The Space Review (Opinion)
December 31, 2012

Russia Launches $70 Bln Space Program for 2013-2020

RIA Novosti
December 27, 2012

NASA'S Space Launch System Core Stage Passes Major Milestone, Ready to Start Construction

NASA news release
December 21, 2012

American, Canadian, and Russian Spaceflyers Launch to Space Station

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
December 19, 2012

A long-awaited big win for export control reform

Jeff Foust
SpacePolitics
December 18, 2012

China launches Turkish satellite: state media

AFP
December 18, 2012

Crippled N. Korean satellite could orbit for years: Expert

Associated Press
December 18, 2012

NASA's Grail Mission Ends With Lunar Impacts

Mark Carreau
Aviation Week
December 17, 2012

Chinese Spacecraft Flies by Asteroid Toutatis

Leonard David
SPACE.com
December 17, 2012

VAB integration between SLS and Orion outlined by SPIO

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
December 17, 2012

NASA says it's another step closer to new rocket with successful J-2X tests

Lee Roop
Huntsville Times
December 14, 2012

J-2X powerpack completes 2012 testing ahead of SLS role

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
December 14, 2012

Orion is Three Milestones Closer to Launch

Amy Teitel
AmericaSpace
December 14, 2012

NASA Funds Commercial Crew Human-Rating Work

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
December 12, 2012

RL10 Engine Performs As Expected In X-37B Launch

Amy Butler
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
December 12, 2012

Witnesses Stress Need for National Consensus on Strategic Vision for NASA

House Science, Space and Technology Committee
December 12, 2012

North Korean satellite 'tumbling out of control,' US officials say

Jim Miklaszewski and Alan Boyle
NBC News
December 12, 2012

North Korea defies warnings in rocket launch success

BBC News
December 12, 2012

ULA Atlas V launches X-37B on OTV-3 mission

William Graham
NASASpaceflight.com
December 11, 2012

SpaceX Wins Its First USAF Contracts

Amy Butler
Aviation Week & Space Technology
December 10, 2012

NASA Says Orion Cracks Will Not Delay Debut

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
November 30, 2012

Battle Brewing over European Space Policy

Space News
November 30, 2012

NASA interest in 2024 Mars Sample Return Mission using SLS and Orion

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
November 29, 2012

NASA Provisions, Export Measure Could Hitch Ride on Defense Bill

Space News
November 29, 2012

Skylon spaceplane's revolutionary engine passes key milestone

Charles Black
SEN
November 29, 2012

Bolden's future as NASA chief uncertain

Mark K. Matthews
Orlando Sentinel
November 28, 2012

Stratolaunch and SpaceX part ways

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
November 27, 2012

New Nuclear Engine Could Power Deep-Space Exploration

Adam Mann
Wired
November 27, 2012

NASA Issues Call for NRO Space Telescope Ideas

Space News
November 27, 2012

Time for the U.S. to Partner with China in Space?

George Abbey and Leroy Chiao
Discovery News (Opinion)
November 27, 2012

Civil communications satellite launched by China

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
November 27, 2012

What is the future of the RLV?

Jeff Foust
The Space Review (Opinion)
November 26, 2012

Long March 4C launches Yaogan Weixing-16 spy satellite for China

Rui C. Barbosa
NASASpaceflight.com
November 25, 2012

SpaceX engine probe delays Jan. flight

James Dean
Florida Today
November 24, 2012

Atlas V Stands Ready to Loft Classified OTV-3 Mini-Shuttle

Ben Evans
AmericaSpace
November 23, 2012

Cracks discovered in Orion capsule's pressure shell

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
November 23, 2012

Russia steps into NASA's place on upcoming ESA Mars plans

Brid-Aine Parnell
The Register (UK)
November 21, 2012

France, Germany compromise on Ariane: minister

AFP
November 21, 2012

ESA member states fund Orion service module

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
November 21, 2012

ESA Approves ExoMars Pact with Roscosmos

Space News
November 20, 2012

ESA lunar lander shelved ahead of budget conference

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
November 20, 2012

ULA: Launch services customers class reliability as their main consideration

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
November 19, 2012

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk: Europe's rocket 'has no chance'

Jonathon Amos
BBC News
November 19, 2012

Cash-Short Europe Takes Aim at the Moon

Nicola Clark
The New York Times
November 19, 2012

Orbital Sciences Antares launch delayed until 2013

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
November 19, 2012

NASA Outpost Beyond Moon Could Lead to Mars

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
November 19, 2012

Britain Steps Up in Space

Space News (Editorial)
November 19, 2012

Soyuz brings three station fliers back to Earth

William Harwood
CBS News
November 18, 2012

Oversight report says NASA's challenges include tight budgets and a big rocket program

Lee Roop
Huntsville Times (Blog)
November 16, 2012

NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Building being Upgraded

Julian Leek
AmericaSpace
November 15, 2012

New Air Force Launch Concept Sounds Dangerous

Lexington Institute Early Warning Blog (Opinion)
Loren B. Thompson, Ph.D.
November 15, 2012

SpaceX, NASA scrutinize anomalies from cargo flight

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
November 14, 2012

Soyuz 2-1A launches latest Meridian satellite for the Russian military

William Graham
NASASpaceflight.com
November 14, 2012

SNC, Boeing and SpaceX Ready Vehicles for Launch

Emma Sylvester Brown
AmericaSpace
November 14, 2012

Hovering moon base may be on NASA's horizon

Lisa Grossman
NewScientist
November 14, 2012

Russian Rocket Explosion Boosts Space Junk Risk

Irene Klotz
Discovery News
November 13, 2012

UK government pledges more funding for space programs

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
November 12, 2012

Ariane 5 ECA conducts dual satellite launch from Kourou

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
November 10, 2012

Dynetics and PWR aiming to liquidize SLS booster competition with F-1 power

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
November 9, 2012

China's Mystery Space Plane Project Stirs Up Questions

Leonard David
SPACE.com
November 9, 2012

USAF Still Looking For Cause Of RL10 Low-Thrust Problem

Amy Butler
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
November 8, 2012

NASA May Unveil New Manned Moon Missions Soon

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
November 7, 2012

EFT-1 September, 2014 launch date “paced” by the Delta IV-H

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
November 7, 2012

NASA's Space Launch System Using Futuristic Technology to Build the Next Generation of Rockets

Bill Hubscher
NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center
November 6, 2012

ATK Sees Solid-Rocket Performance Boost For SLS

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week & Space Technology
November 5, 2012

Flight Tests For Vortex Rocket Combustion

Frank Morring
Aviation Week & Space Technology
November 5, 2012

Two satellites successfully deployed following Proton-M launch

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
November 3, 2012

Launch of Air Force Secret Space Plane Delayed Again

Leonard David
SPACE.com
November 2, 2012

Future Mars Missions: Can Humans Trump Robots?

Leonard David
SPACE.com
November 2, 2012

NASA requests information on payload fairings for Space Launch System

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
November 2, 2012

Spacewalkers tackle coolant leak on space station

Irene Klotz
Reuters
November 1, 2012

Progress M-17M docks with ISS just six hours after launch

Pete Harding
NASASpaceflight.com
October 31, 2012

NASA's Huge New SLS Rocket Could Power Missions Far Beyond Mars

Rob Coppinger
SPACE.com
October 30, 2012

NASA Unconcerned About Possible SpaceX Cargo Delivery Slip

Mark Carreau
Aviation Week
October 29 , 2012

Atlas V Could Benefit From NASA’s SLS

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week & Space Technology
October 29, 2012

Private SpaceX Capsule Lands After Historic Mission to Space Station

Tariq Malik
SPACE.com
October 28, 2012

New NASA Spaceship Comes Together for 2014 Test Launch

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
October 26, 2012

NASA, Air Force Haggling Over Cost Sharing on Engine Project

Brian Berger and Dan Leone
Space News
October 26, 2012

Soyuz TMA-06M, three-man crew, dock with space station

William Harwood
CBS News
October 25, 2012

SLS and Orion endure rigorous wind tunnel testing

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
October 24, 2012

Unlocked fin likely brought down X-51A in August crash

Daniel Terdiman
CNET
October 24, 2012

U.S. Air Force to Fly Last X-51A Vehicle

Titus Ledbetter III
Space News
Ocotber 24, 2013

ESA To Weigh Funding For Robotic Lunar Mission In 2019

Amy Svitak
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
October 24, 2012

Rocket explosion raises worries over space debris

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
October 24, 2012

Japan Wants Space Plane or Capsule by 2022

Rob Coppinger
SPACE.com
October 24, 2012

Robotic Servicing Seen As Beneficial For Human Exploration

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
October 23, 2012

Three-man crew blasts off, heads for space station

William Harwood
CBS News
October 23, 2012

NASA's SLS risk reduction programme keeps companies salivating

David Todd
Flight International
October 22, 2012

Blue Origin capsule successfully pad aborts via pusher-escape system

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
October 22, 2012

Investigation Delays X-37B Spaceplane Mission

Titus Ledbetter III
Space News
October 22, 2012

‘Unprecedented’ Budget Environment Drives Change across Space Industry

Brian Berger
Space News
Ocotber 19, 2012

Private Space Taxi Builders On Track to Launch Astronauts Soon

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
October 19, 2012

Orbital’s Cygnus Debut Pushed to March or April

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
October 18, 2012

Secretive X-37B Military Space Plane Launch May Be Delayed by Glitch

Leonard David
SPACE.com
October 18, 2012

ULA Wraps Up Year-Long Study on Crewed Atlas 5

Dan Leone
Space News
October 17, 2012

Space Launch System Providing Engine 'Brains' With an Upgrade

Bill Hubscher
NASA.gov
October 17, 2012

Report Questions Cost Savings of U.S. Air Force Reusable Booster Plan

Warren Ferster
Space News
October 16, 2012

Atlas V rocket gearing up for commercial crew

Charles Black
SEN
October 16, 2012

Blue Origin completes full-power tests on thruster for orbital vehicle

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
October 16, 2012

Mitsubishi Pushes For H-IIA And H-IIB Replacement

Bradley Perrett
Aviation Week & Space Technology
October 15, 2012

Russia Wants Reusable Rockets By 2020

Rob Coppinger
SPACE.com
October 15, 2012

Just Two Months after Failure, ILS Proton Lofts Intelsat 23

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
October 14, 2012

Chinese demo satellites shot into space by Long March

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
October 14, 2012

NASA Budget Fundamentals Supercede Campaign Rhetoric

Dan Leone
Space News
October 12, 2012

Soyuz ST-B launches Galileo twins successfully to orbit

Chris Bergin and William Graham
NASASpaceflight.com
October 12, 2012

Moon programs financed in full in Russia, mission planned for 2015

Itar-Tass (Russia)
October 12, 2012

SpaceX details incorrect orbital insertion

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
October 12, 2012

U.S. Air Force probing glitch with launch of GPS satellite

Irene Klotz
Reuters
October 11, 2012

Lagrangian Point Gaining Appeal As Next Stop For Humans

Frank Morring, Jr., Amy Svitak
Aviation Week & Space Technology
October 10, 2012

Aerojet details new SLS rocket booster bid

David Todd
Flight International
October 10, 2012

SpaceX Dragon capsule attached to space station

William Harwood
CBS News
October 10, 2012

USAF Launch On Hold Pending Delta IV Investigation

Amy Butler
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
October 9, 2012

India test-fires Mars mission engine

Srinivas Laxman
Times of India
October 9, 2012

Recovery Prospects Unclear for Orbcomm Craft Launched by Falcon 9

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
October 9, 2012

Don’t Give Up Human Space Exploration

Vance Brand
Aviation Week & Space Technology (Opinion)
October 8, 2012

Dragon safely en route to ISS as SpaceX review Falcon 9 ascent issues

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
October 8, 2012

Reality Trumps Politics On Space Policy Debate

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week & Space Technology
October 8, 2012

Group Sends First Rocket Under Deal With NASA

Kenneth Chang
New York Times
October 7, 2012

Delta 4 rocket overcomes engine issue during launch

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
October 6, 2012

Space Competitiveness Report: U.S. Still Tops but Lead is Shrinking

Debra Werner
Space News
Ocotober 5, 2012

NASA Aims to Trim Giant Deep-Space Rocket's Cost

SPACE.com
October 5, 2012

Delta 4 rocket boosts new GPS satellite into space

William Harwood
CBS News
October 4, 2012

Lengthy Ariane Standoff a Threat to European Space Program, OHB Says

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
Ocotber 3, 2012

Russia says first year-long ISS mission planned for 2015

Reuters
Ocotber 2, 2012

Canada Unveils Next-Generation Robotic Arms for Spaceships

Elizabeth Howell
SPACE.com
October 2, 2012

ATK: Program Aiding in Improving Efficiency of SLS Booster Production

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
October 2, 2012

Vega Suffered Telemetry Outage in First Flight

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
October 2, 2012

Reusable 'Grasshopper' Rocket Concept Makes 1st Test Flight

Tariq Malik
SPACE.com
October 2, 2012

Human Spaceflight Changing Worldwide

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week & Space Technology
October 1, 2012

Alabama, Colorado Delegations Go To Bat for ULA

Titus Ledbetter III
Space News
October 1, 2012

NASA Awards Space Launch System Advanced Booster Contracts

NASA news release
October 1, 2012

ESA May Have Role In NASA Mars Sample Mission

Frank Morring, Jr., Amy Svitak
Aviation Week & Space Technology
October 1, 2012

Remote sensing satellite launched for Venezuela

Stephne Clark
Spaceflight Now
September 29, 2012

Lockheed-Boeing Joint Venture Wins $1.17 Bln Pentagon Contract

Andrea Shalal-Esa
Reuters
September 28, 2012

Japan Privatizes H-2B Launch Operations

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
September 28, 2012

ATV-3 finally undocks from the ISS following eventful stay

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
Septemebr 28, 2012

IG: NASA Faces Integration Challenge With SLS Mobile Launcher

Mark Carreau
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
Septemebr 26, 2012

US Military Wants Space Planes, Reusable Rockets

Jeremy Hsu
SPACE.com
September 26, 2012

U.S. Air Force Targets 2015 To Start Weather Satellite Program

Titus Ledbetter III
Space News
September 26, 2012

U.S., Europe Won’t Go It Alone in Mars Exploration

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
Septemebr 26, 2012

NASA Funds Advanced Research For Space Launch System

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
September 25, 2012

Computer Glitch Delays Cargo Ship's Undocking from Space Station

Tariq Malik
SPACE.com
September 25, 2012

Rover? Astronaut? NASA officials probe future of Mars exploration

Amina Khan
Los Angeles Times
September 25, 2012

NASA wants to send astronauts beyond the moon

Mark K. Matthews
Orlando Sentinel
September 22, 2012

NASA, space exploration deserve better from Senate

John Kelly (Analysis)
Florida Today
September 22, 2012

Avionics box to blame for delay in next crew's launch

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
September 21, 2012

Lawmakers Propose Restructuring NASA Management

Dan Leone
Space News
September 21, 2012

ESA Chief Urges Immediate Investment in Next-gen Ariane Rocket

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
September 21, 2012

USAF Validates Competitors For Small Launches

Amy Butler
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
September 20, 2012

India Looks For Greater Industry Participation In Space

Jay Menon
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
September 19, 2012

Poland Tripling Space Spending in Bid To Boost Economy

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
September 19, 2012

Indian Think Tank: Space Conduct Code Seen by Some as Western Ploy

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
September 19, 2012

Lockheed considers viability of resurrected Athena small satellite launcher programme

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
September 18, 2012

Boeing Establishes Configuration of Commercial Crew Transportation

Space Daily
Spetember 18, 2012

Untested Rocket Boosts SpaceX Revenue Nearly $1 Billion

Amy Svitak
Aviation Week & Space Technology
September 17, 2012

Warp Drive May Be More Feasible Than Thought, Scientists Say

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
Septemebr 17, 2012

U.S.-Russian space crew lands safely in Kazakhstan

Nastassia Astrasheuskaya
Reuters
September 17, 2012

Flight not guaranteed for Boeing's commercial crew capsule

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
September 17, 2012

Sequestration would come at 'great cost' to NASA

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
September 16, 2012

Supply Chain Seen Slowing NASA Capsule, Rocket Development

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aerospace Daily
September 14, 2012

SES Order Adds to SpaceX Backlog

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
September 14, 2012

NASA's Space Launch System Celebrates a Year of Powering Forward

Bill Hubscher
Space Daily
September 14, 2012

California Atlas 5 finally flies with flock of satellites

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
September 13, 2012

Sen. Hutchison Suggests Splitting Up NASA

Dan Leone
Space News
September 13, 2012

NASA's Next Manned Mission: 2021

Jason Koebler
U.S. News and World Report (Blog)
September 13, 2012

New NASA rocket may cost $500 million per launch

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
September 13, 2012

NASA Launches Program To Certify Space Taxis

Irene Klotz
Space News
September 13, 2012

JFK's 'Moon Speech' Still Resonates 50 Years Later

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
September 12, 2012

SKorea to Make 3rd Attempt to Launch Rocket on Own

Associated Press
September 11, 2012

Russia's Deputy PM Says Country Must Shoot For Moon Base

Alissa de Carbonnel
Reuters
September 11, 2012

Perspectives on NASA’s strategic direction

Frank Slazer
The Space Review (Opinion)
September 10, 2012

NASA's commercial trio: Winning strengths outlined

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
Septemebr 10, 2012

Roscosmos Space Agency Recalls Briz-M Upper Stage Batch

RIA Novosti (Russia)
September 10, 2012

Solid rocket booster design test-fired for Delta 4

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
September 7, 2012

Boeing details latest commercial crew bid

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
September 6, 2012

Spacewalkers Prevail In Space Station Power Repair

Mark Carreau
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
September 6, 2012

NASA Dropped ATK’s Commercial Crew Proposal over Technical Concerns

Dan Leone
Space News
September 4, 2012

Juno given precautionary delay to course adjustment

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
September 4, 2012

SLS Program pressing forward with engine heat shield design change

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
September 3, 2012

Putin fires space industry official for lost satellites

Pravda (Russia)
September 3, 2012

The insignificance of space policy in the 2012 campaign

Jeff Foust
Space Politics (Opinion)
September 2, 2012

CCiCap Awards Suggest SpaceX Favored Over Other Competitors

Jim Hillhouse and Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
August 31, 2012

Stuck Bolt Forces Extra Spacewalk for Space Station Crew

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
August 30, 2012

Atlas rocket launches mission 50 years in the making

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
August 30, 2012

Congress, White House must work towards a strong space policy

Rep. Pete Olson
The Hill (Blog)
August 29, 2012

Obama posts to social news site Reddit, discusses space program

Emre Kelly
Florida Today
August 29, 2012

Let's Not Wait for Utopia Before We Send Humans to Mars

Chris Carberry and Artemis Westenberg
Huffington Post (Blog)
August 29, 2012

ULA to use their experience to build a culture of Atlas V crew safety

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
August 28, 2012

Space Exploration - A Presidential Priority

Wayne Hale
Huffington Post (Blog)
August 28, 2012

France, Germany Agree On Next-Gen Rocket Estimates

Amy Svitak
Aviation Week & Space Technology
August 27, 2012

Why Space is Good Business

Christopher John Farley
Wall Street Journal (Blog)
August 26, 2012

John Kelly: Lack of funding may scrub launch technology

John Kelly
Florida Today
August 26, 2012

Neil Armstrong, first man on the moon, dies at 82

William Harwood
CBS News
August 25, 2012

Poor Execution Cited as Factor in EELV Cost Growth

Titus Ledbetter III
Space News
August 24, 2012

NASA Study Provides New Findings On Protecting Astronauts' Bones Through Diet And Exercise

NASA news release
August 24, 2012

Spaceship companies clear NASA milestones

SPACE.com
August 24, 2012

NASA Administrator Announces New Commercial Crew And Cargo Milestones

NASA news release
August 23, 2012

NASA clears SpaceX to begin cargo deliveries to ISS

James Dean
Florida Today
August 23, 2012

When Exploring Other Planets, International Cooperation Is Key

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
August 22, 2012

Curiosity pays

Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison
Politico (opinion)
August 21, 2012

NASA plans mission to study hidden interior of Mars

William Harwood
CBS News
August 20, 2012

Energia to Bid for Moon-Rocket Tender

RIA Novosti (Russia)
August 20, 2012

Sea Launch Zenit-3SL lofts Intelsat 21 to GEO transfer orbit

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
August 19, 2012

Recent loss of Proton-M carrier rocket blamed on production fault

Itar-Tass
August 16, 2012

X-51A Waverider test flight ends in failure

Dave Majumdar
Flight International
August 15, 2012

India announces plans for a Mars mission in 2013

Nirmala George
Associated Press
August 15, 2012

NASA safety panel now satisfied with SpaceX anomaly resolution team

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
August 15, 2012

Mango: NASA Commercial Crew flights to be ready in 4-5 years

James Dean
Florida Today
August 14, 2012

Medvedev Orders Space Industry Shake-Up

RIA Novosti
August 14, 2012

Commercial Crew Winners Look Beyond Station Ops

Jefferson Morris
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
August 13, 2012

Obama lauds NASA for Mars landing, pledges continued investment

Jeff Mason
Reuters
August 13, 2012

USAF Support For ULA Is Scrutinized

Amy Butler
Aviation Week & Space Technology
August 13, 2012

Key test set for sustained hypersonic flight

W.J. Hennigan
Los Angeles Times
August 13, 2012

NASA’s EFT-1 Orion into 17 months of outfitting at KSC

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
August 12, 2012

Russia ready to evolve their veteran launcher via Soyuz 2.1v

Nathaniel Downes
August 10, 2012
NASASpaceflight.com

Editorial: Let's bring logic to NASA's budget process

Houston Chronicle (editorial)
August 10, 2012

Commercial Crew Safety Certification To Run in Parallel With Spacecraft Development

Dan Leone
Space News
August 9, 2012

Small test rocket veers out of control, crashes at KSC

William Harwood
CBS News
August 9, 2012

Russian Booster Rocket Fails to Deliver Satellites

Anna Koedunsky
New York Times
August 7, 2012

Commercial crew’s winners and losers

Jeff Foust
The Space Review (Opinion)
August 6, 2012

With NASA Mars rover Curiosity safely on surface, time to take inventory

Marc Kaufman
Washington Post
August 6, 2012

Nuclear Pack Powers Rover on Mars

Matthew Wald
New York Times (Blog)
August 6, 2012

Texas researchers aim to break fuel injection barrier to hypersonic flight

Dan Thisdell
Flight International
August 6, 2012

Third X-51A Hypersonic Test Targeted For Mid-August

Guy Norris
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
August 6, 2012

Mars rover draws on nuclear power for trek around Red Planet

W. J. Hennigan
Los Angeles Times
August 5, 2012

Boeing, SpaceX and Sierra Nevada to win NASA backing for spaceships

Alan Boyle
Cosmic Log on NBC.com
August 3, 2012

Boeing, SpaceX big winners in NASA competition for new spacecraft

W. J. Hennigan
Los Angeles Times
August 3, 2012

NASA chief: U.S. won't go it alone on manned Mars mission

Dan Vergano
USA Today
August 2, 2012

Boeing, SpaceX to Split $1 Billion NASA Award

Andy Pastzor
Wall Street Journal (subscription required)
August 2, 2012

Russian Cargo Spacecraft Docks With Space Station on 2nd Try

SPACE.com
July 30, 2012

NASA may go back to the future and use Saturn V engines on Mars rocket

Lee Roop
Huntsville Times (Blog) (AL)
July 29, 2012

For NASA, there's no liftoff from politics (NOAA)

USA Today
July 28, 2012

NASA'S SLS Rocket Passes Major Hurdle

Damon Poeter
PC Magazine
July 28, 2012

Aerojet's set for big takeoff after latest acquisition

Sacramento Business Journal (CA)
July 27, 2012

Futuristic Space Plane Concept Moves Closer to Reality

Rob Coppinger
SPACE.com
July 27, 2012

A Summer of Records for Engine Testing

Space Travel
July 27, 2012

NASA'S Space Launch System Passes Major Agency Review, Moves to Preliminary Design

NASA news release
July 25, 2012

Boeing Awarded $175 Million To Modify Delta 4 Upper Stage for SLS Flights

Dan Leone
Space News
July 24, 2012

Russian cargo ship fails to dock with ISS

AFP
July 24, 2012

NASA Will Explore F-1 Upgrade For Heavy Lifter

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week & Space Technology
July 23, 2012

Sally Ride, America's first woman in space, dies after bout with cancer

William Harwood
CBS News
July 23, 2012

Aerojet’s Parent Company Bids $550 Million for Rival Rocketdyne

Brian Berger
Space News
July 23, 2012

Japan sends cargo to space station

AFP
July 21, 2012

Vega Builders See Opportunity in Rising Russian Rocket Prices

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
July 20, 2012

U.S. Rocket Industry Is Looking Into An Abyss

Daniel Goure
Lexington Institute (Opinion)
July 20, 2012

NASA and ULA confirm Atlas V baseline for human rated launches

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
July 19, 2012

Orbital’s Antares Rocket in for Further Delays

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
July 19, 2012

Russia Converts Unmanned Rocket to Carry New Crewed Spaceship

Rob Coppinger
SPACE.com
July 19, 2012

Russia Looks To Cut Soyuz, Progress Trip Times To ISS

Mark Carreau
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
July 19, 2012

Orion's parachute system tested in Arizona desert

Spaceflight Now
July 18, 2012

Boeing Exec Tells Senate Panel To Invest In NASA Research

Ashley Gross
NPR
July 18, 2012

First Look: China’s Big New Rockets

Craig Covault
AmericaSpace
July 18, 2012

Liberty completes commercial crew development agreement with NASA

Amanda Doyle
SEN
July 18, 2012

Hard Problems Solved For Space Benefit Companies On The Ground

Richard Mullins
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
July 17, 2012

Soyuz Capsule Docks at Space Station with International Space Crew

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
July 17, 2012

Space policy advice for the candidates

Jeff Foust
Space Politics (Opinion)
July 17, 2012

NASA gives the Delta 2 rocket a new lease on life

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
July 16, 2012

J-2X Engine With Nozzle Extension Goes the Distance

Klaus Schmidt
Space Fellowship
July 14, 2012

Soyuz with all-veteran crew sets off after space station

William Harwood
CBS News
July 14, 2012

Four Companies Picked for Advanced Booster Studies

Space News
July 13, 2012

Europe’s Next-gen Rocket Design Competition Included Surprise Finalist

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
July 13, 2012

SpaceX Completes Crucial Crewed Milestone

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
July 13, 2012

Beyond Tang and Teflon: Witnesses Highlight NASA-Derived Technologies that Save Lives and Fuel Economic Growth

House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology news release
July 12, 2012

Reaction Engines reveals successful test results on SABRE engine pre-cooler

David Todd
Flight International
July 12, 2012

Boeing, ULA Suing Air Force for $385 Million

Warren Ferster
Space News
July 11, 2012

Virgin Galactic Unveils LauncherOne Rocket for Private Satellite Launches

Rob Coppinger
SPACE.com
July 11, 2012

NASA envisions lending technical advisors to ExoMars

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
July 10, 2012

NASA’s past considers its future

Jeff Foust
The Space Review (Opinion)
July 9, 2012

Russia Launches Proton-M Rocket with Dutch Telecoms Satellite

RIA Novosti (Russia)
July 9, 2012

NASA Finds Overseas Ventures More Elusive

Andy Pasztor
Wall Street Journal
July 9, 2012

CNES Taps Arianespace for Small Satellite Launches

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
July 9, 2012

Eastern space politics meets Western space business

Ian O'Neill
Aljazeera (Opinion)
July 7, 2012

Dark Horse Rising? Excalibur Almaz Completes SAA Requirements

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
July 6, 2012

NASA Safety Panel call for crew risk mitigation via debut SLS mission

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
July 6, 2012

European Rocket Launches New US Satellite, Weather-Tracking Spacecraft

Tariq Malik
SPACE.com
July 6, 2012

Reflecting on China’s space capabilities and what it means for the US

Jeff Foust
Space Politics (Opinion)
July 5, 2012

Working Group Backs European Prop Module for Orion

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
July 5, 2012

DARPA taps three to build smallsat launchers

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
July 3, 2012

ATK extends Liberty proposal to include cargo resupply

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
July 3, 2012

IN FOCUS: Europe forges ahead in space

Dan Thisdell
Flight International
July 3, 2012

Fledgling NASA Nonprofit Starts To Lift Off

Nell Greenfieldboyce
NPR
July 3, 2012

NASA'S Orion Arrives At Kennedy, Work Underway For First Launch

NASA news release
July 2, 2012

Sierra Nevada Advances Commercial Spaceplane

Frank Morring Jr.
Aviation Week & Space technology
July 2, 2012

Soyuz spacecraft lands safely in Kazakhstan

Peter Leonard
Associated Press
July 1, 2012

Alternative Fuel Rocket Roars to Life in Test

SPACE.com
June 30, 2012

Delta 4 Heavy Launches NRO Satellite

Titus Ledbetter III
Space News
June 29, 2012

Shenzhou 9 lands to close out successful test flight

William Harwood
CBS News
June 29, 2012

Privately funded spacecraft will look for dangerous asteroids

Peter Gwynne
Physics World
June 28, 2012

Roscosmos sets five space launches for July

Interfax
June 28, 2012

Boeing's CST-100 Thruster Roars to Life

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
June 26, 2012

Space-bound Orion capsule to arrive in Florida next week

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
June 26, 2012

Antares Added to NASA Launch Contract

Brian Berger
Space News
June 26, 2012

Third X-51 hypersonic test vehicle to fly soon

Dave Majumdar
Flight International
June 25, 2012

Space Junk Hazards Force International Response

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
June 25, 2012

Modified Merlin engine completes full duration firing

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
June 25, 2012

SLS Marches Towards Hardware Production and Engine Validation

Ben Evans
AmericaSpace
June 23, 2012

Boeing Cleared To Begin Design Phase for SLS Core

Brian Berger
Space News
June 22, 2012

Sierra Nevada’s 5-year partnership with NASA – Progress on Dream Chaser

Chris Gebhardt
NASASpaceflight.com
June 22, 2012

Orion High-altitude Abort Test Faces Budget-driven Delay

Dan Leone
Space News
June 22, 2012

NASA's big new rocket passes its first major schedule milestone

Lee Roop
The Huntsville Times
June 21, 2012

Air Force officials announce milestone Atlas V launch

Amaani Lyle
American Forces Press Service
June 21, 2012

NASA Space Launch System Core Stage Moves From Concept to Design

NASA news release
June 21, 2012

ASAP insist on NASA certification amid praise for SpaceX success

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
June 21, 2012

Will China overtake America in space?

Joan Johnson-Freese (Opinion)
CNN
June 20, 2012

Commercial Space Travel May Bring Science Benefits, Advocates Say

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
June 20, 2012

US government, industry support launch insurance indemnification

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
June 20, 2012

Atlas 5 rocket launches classified military payload

William Harwood
CBS News
June 20, 2012

Proton launch delayed by issue in steering system

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
June 19, 2012

Next Giant Leap Arrives at Kennedy Space Center on July 2, 2012

Mike Killian
AmericaSpace
June 19, 2012

Bolden: Commercial Crew Awards Expected in Mid-July

Doug Messier
Parabolic Arc
June 18, 2012

NASA, FAA Sign Pact on Human Spaceflight Regulation

Dan Leone
Space News
June 18, 2012

Shenzhou 9 docks with Tiangong lab module

William Harwood
CBS News
June 18, 2012

Air Force's mini space shuttle returns after 468-day flight

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
June 16, 2012

Chinese astronauts blast off en route to orbiting lab

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
June 16, 2012

New Delta 4 Engine Variant is Part of ULA Cost Cutting Strategy

Warren Ferster
Space News
June 15, 2012

NASA Plans Contribution to European Jupiter Mission

Dan Leone
Space News
June 15, 2012

Demise of GEMS May Cost Orbital 150 Jobs, Doom Pegasus

Dan Leone
Space News
June 15, 2012

China sending first woman in space to test module

Ng Han Guan
Associated Press
June 15, 2012

NASA teams evaluating ISS-built Exploration Platform roadmap

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
June 14, 2012

ESA Agrees To Fund ExoMars Until Year's End

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
June 14, 2012

Examining Chinese space advances and challenges

Jeff Foust
Space Politics (Blog)
June 14, 2012

NASA Launches Space Telescope to Hunt Black Holes

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
June 13, 2012

Researchers pursue multiple routes to reusable rockets

David Todd
Flight International
June 12, 2012

Cupola hit by minor MMOD strike, shutter closed for evaluations

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
June 12, 2012

New players thrusting forward in space game

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
June 12, 2012

Future of EELVs hangs in the balance

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
June 12, 2012

Russian, Kazakh Presidents Agree to Develop Long-Term Plan for Baikonur

Doug Messier
Parabolic Arc
June 11, 2012

NASA Surpasses Test Facility Record With Long-Duration J-2X Powerpack Test

NASA news release
June 11, 2012

China to Launch 3 Astronauts to Space Lab This Month

Tariq Malik
SPACE.com
June 9, 2012

NASA Reaffirms Decision To Cancel GEMS X-ray Astronomy Mission

Brian Berger and Dan Leone
Space News
June 7, 2012

U.S. pushes for more global cooperation in space

Andrea Shalal-Esa
Reuters
June 7, 2012

European Re-entry Capsule Grounded after Russia Withdraws Launch Offer

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
June 7, 2012

US warns debris genuine threat to orbital space

Dan Thisdell
Flight International
June 7, 2012

MHI targets U.S. to double rocket unit sales

Bloomberg
June 7, 2012

Sierra Nevada completes Dream Chaser preliminary design review

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
June 6, 2012

Wolf Gives Ground on Commercial Crew

Brian Berger
Space News
June 5, 2012

Gregory and Jones: NASA Could Do Great Things With More Funds

Fred Gregory and Dr. Tom Jones (Opinion)
Roll Call
June 6, 2012, Midnight

Commercial Crew Vehicles Will Use New Docking Standard

Frank Morring, Jr. and Mark Carreau
Aviation Week
June 4, 2012

Blue Origin completes system requirements review of reusable capsule

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
June 4, 2012

Orbital’s Cygnus debut mission to the ISS outlined

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
June 4th, 2012

NASA To Cancel GEMS X-Ray Telescope

Dan Leone
Space News
June 4, 2012

Human space exploration: asteroids versus the Moon?

Jeff Foust (Commentary)
The Space Review
June 4, 2012

European Earth Observation Satellites Face Delays at Three Launch Sites

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
June 4, 2012

Pentagon Warns Of China Failure Risks, As Chinese Woman Astro Set For Launch

Craig Covault
AmericaSpace
June 4, 2012

NASA gets two military spy telescopes for astronomy

Joel Achenbach
Washington Post
June 4, 2012

Sea Launch Zenit 3SL launches Intelsat 19

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight
June 1, 2012

ESA Eyeing Hodgepodge of Funding Sources To Save ExoMars Mission

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
May 31, 2012

SpaceX’s Dragon returns to Earth following successful ISS mission

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
May 31, 2012

The Economics of Space

Maxxwell A.R. Chatsko (Opinion)
The Motley Fool
May 30, 2012

Air Force's mini space shuttle prepares for landing

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
May 30, 2012

SNC Captive Carry test sees Dream Chaser take flight

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
May 29, 2012

Private Space Efforts Get Lift

Andy Pasztor
Wall Street Journal
May 29, 2012

China launches Yaogan 15 via Long March 4C at short notice

Rui C. Barbosa
NASASpaceflight.com
May 29, 2012

Russia, Kazakhstan in Deadlock Over Rocket Launches

RIA Novosti
May 29, 2012

J-2X Engine Continues to Set Standards

NASA Press Release
May 28, 2012

Chinese communications satellite delivered to space

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
May 27, 2012

Excalibur Almaz details plans for capsule and space station

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
May 27, 2012

Long March 3B launches military satellite Chinasat-2A

Rui C. Barbosa
NASASpaceflight.com
May 26, 2012

SpaceX Dragon Capsule Captured by ISS Crew

Dan Leone
Space News
May 25, 2012

Space Launch System core stage reaches preliminary review

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
May 24, 2012

NASA Offers Guidelines To Protect Historic Sites On The Moon

NASA news release
May 24, 2012

Commercial space race gets crowded behind SpaceX

Seth Borenstein
Associated Press
May 23, 2012

Russia Sees Moon Base As Logical Next Step

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aerospace Daily
May 23, 2012

Potential Colorado Spaceport Plan Gaining Steam

Leonard David
SPACE.com
May 23, 2012

Although Private, SpaceX Still Involved With NASA

Robert Siegel
NPR
May 22, 2012

Roscosmos, JAXA Officials Advocate Lunar Exploration

Dan Leone
Space News
May 22, 2012

SpaceX rocket takes off on commercial flight to space station

William Harwood
CBS News
May 22, 2012

Budget Pressures Prompt ISS Partners To Justify Costs

Amy Svitak
Aviation Week
May 21, 2012

Boeing Unveils Air-Launched Space-Access Concept

Guy Norris
Aviation Week & Space Technology
May 21, 2012

Launching of Rocket by SpaceX Is Aborted

Kenneth Chang
New York Times
May 20, 2012

ILS Proton Lofts Telesat's Nimiq 6 Satellite

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
May 18, 2012

New research could power rocket trip to Mars in weeks, not months

Lee Roop
Huntsville Times
May 17, 2012

NASA Stresses New Mission - Emphasis on Private Flights as a Jobs Engine Leads to Scientific, Safety Worries

Andy Pasztor
Wall Street Journal
May 17, 2012

Amendment to House Defense Bill Allows President To Ease Satellite Export Restrictions

Warren Ferster
Space News
May 17, 2012

JAXA H-2A launches SHIZUKU and Arirang 3 from Tanegashima

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
May17, 2012

Russian Soyuz-U launches Kobalt-M satellite

Chris Bergin and William Graham
NASASpaceflight.com
May 17, 2012

New US-Russian Crew Arrives at Space Station

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
May 17, 2012

ExoMars Wins One-month Reprieve

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
May 16, 2012

Turning Space Exploration Dreams Into Reality

Chris Gilbert (Commentary)
Space News
May 16, 2012

The Flight of the Dragon

Paul D. Spudis
Smithsonian Air & Space (Blog)
May 15, 2012

Ariane 5 Lofts Pair of Lockheed Commercial Satellites

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
May 15, 2012

Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne Begins Week Long Test Schedule

Mark Madler
San Fernando Valley Business Journal
May 15, 2012

NASA intends to use Delta 4 upper stage on moon flights

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
May 15, 2012

Industry, Space Agencies Seek Ways To Lower Launch Costs

Stew Magnuson
National Defense
June 2012

Private Sector Edges Deeper in Space

Kenneth Chang
New York Times
May 15, 2012

NSS Urges Congress to Ease Export Control Restrictions on Satellites and Space-Related Items

National Space Society news release
May 14, 2012

Soyuz TMA-04M launches three new crewmembers for busy mission to ISS

Pete Harding
NASASpaceflight.com
May 14, 2012

NASA Continues J-2X Powerpack Testing

SPX
May 14, 2012

XCOR Lynx Mark I Taking Shape In Mojave

Guy Norris
Aviation Week
May 14, 2012

NewSpace Alliance: SpaceX Falcon 9 to Loft Crews To Bigelow Space Stations

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
May 11, 2012

ExoMars Missions Back on the Brink

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
May 11, 2012

China increases the pace with Long March 4B spy satellite launch

Rui C. Barbosa
NASASpaceflight.com
May 10, 2012

NASA Budget Takes $126M Hit on House Floor

Dan Leone
Space News
May 9, 2012

ATK's Liberty System Is Now The Full Package

Jason Rhian
AmericaSpace
May 9, 2012

Dream Chaser test plan outlined by Sierra Nevada

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
May 9, 2012

Mission to Mars: Why Russia & US Should Tag Team Red Planet

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
May 9, 2012

Space exploration: The end of an era?

Marion Blakey (Opinion)
Washington Business Journal
May 8, 2012

Apollo Commanders Back Call For Quick Commercial Crew Selection

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
May 8, 2012

NASA Cuts Draw Veto Threat

Dan Leone
Space News
May 8, 2012

Secret Air Force X-37B Space Plane Mission a 'Spectacular Success'

Leonard David
SPACE.com
May 8, 2012

Russia Develops Revolutionary Ammonia Rocket Engine

RIA Novosti (Russia)
May 7, 2012

U.S. Commercial Crew Options May Be Limited

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
May 7, 2012

Sierra Nevada Plans Florida Expansion

Irene Klotz
Space News
May 4, 2012

NASA Picks Boeing For Interim SLS Engine

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
May 4, 2012

Affordability, Not Geographic Return, Key Criteria for Europe’s Next Rocket

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
May 4, 2012

Private Company Delays 1st Launch to Space Station to May 19

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
May 4, 2012

US Air Force Launches Advanced Communications Satellite

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
May 4, 2012

Boeing's CST-100 conducts a successful full landing system test

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
May 3, 2012

Military satellite launch scrubbed over rocket problems

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
May 3, 2012

Software studies delay SpaceX's ISS launch again

James Dean
Florida Today
May 3, 2012

NASA: Competition at core of commercial crew program

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
May 3, 2012

JUICE is Europe’s next large science mission

ESA news release
May 2, 2012

Falcon 9′s Merlin engines fire – launch date under review

Chris Bergin and William Graham
NASASpaceflight.com
May 1, 2012

Reusable Space Plane Idea Intrigues Europeans

Rob Coppinger
SPACE.com
May 1, 2012

Second round testing under way on rocket engine

Associated Press
May 1, 2012

Safran Consolidates Solid-Rocket Propulsion Business

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
May 1, 2012

Secret Communication Missions Await Atlas V Launch Of Advanced EHF Satcom

Craig Covault
AmericaSpace
April 30, 2012

NASA Simply Stopped Being a Priority

Howard Steven Friedman
The Huffington Post (Blog)
April 30, 2012

$17.5B NASA Spending Bill Favors Planetary Probes over Crew Taxis

Dan Leone
Space News
April 29, 2012

Long March launcher boosts twin satellites into orbit

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
April 29, 2012

With Shuttle Program's End, Space Firms Like UTC Find New Directions

Stephen Singer
Associated Press
April 29, 2012

ESA Favors Upgrading Orion over Building In-orbit Service Tug

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
April 27, 2012

Kazakh dispute with Russia Delays MetOp-B Launch

Amy Svitak
Aviation Week (Blog)
April 27, 2012

PWR Reducing Manufacturing Space by More than Half

Warren Ferster
Space News
April 27, 2012

Russia to Send Manned Mission to Moon by 2030

RIA Novosti
April 27, 2012

Key tests for Skylon spaceplane project

Jonathan Amos
BBC News
April 27, 2012

Soyuz TMA-22 returns to Earth with three outbound ISS crewmembers

Pete Harding
NASASpaceFlight.com
April 27, 2012

Congress to appropriate $500m for commercial crew

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
April 26, 2012

Secretive Blue Origin Project Pins Spaceflight Hopes on Reusable Rockets

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
April 26, 2012

House to NASA: Down Select to Single Commercial Crew Competitor Immediately

Doug Messier
Parabolic Arc
April 25, 2012

India achieves 'grand success' with rocket launch

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
April 25, 2012

Asteroid Miners Wanted to Tap Space Rock Riches

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
April 24, 2012

Congress wary of fully funding commercial crew

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
April 24, 2012

NASA now counting on private space taxis

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
April 24, 2012

Back-to-back launches set for early May

James Dean
Florida Today
April 24, 2012

J-2X Engine Ready For Second Test Series

NASA news release
April 24, 2012

SpaceX delays first private launch to space station

Agence France-Presse
April 24, 2012

NASA held up as a model of efficiency? Really?

John Kelly (Opinion)
Florida Today
April 21, 2012

ESA: Russia stepping in to save ExoMars plan

Dan Thisdell
Flight International
April 20, 2012

Industry group resurrects 6,000kN F-1 engine for NASA proposal

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
April 19, 2012

UTC Closes In On PWR Sale

Guy Norris
Aviation Week
April 19, 2012

See Inside Boeing's New Astronaut Taxi: The CST-100 Space Capsule

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
April 19, 2012

Farewell, the New Frontier

Charles Krauthammer (Opinion)
Washington Post
April 19, 2012

Rocket companies hope to repurpose Saturn 5 engines

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
April 18, 2012

SLS Main Stage Will Have Four Engines

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
April 18, 2012

House Appropriators Poised To Vote on $17.6B NASA Budget

Debra Werner
Space News
April 18, 2012

DoD Report: Ease Restrictions on Commercial Satellite Sales

Kate Brannen
DefenseNews
April 18, 2012

Billionaire-Backed Space Venture Planetary Resources to be Unveiled April 24

Tariq Malak
SPACE.com
April 18, 2012

Fixed-Price Contracts Not Always a Good Deal for Taxpayers, Says Executive

Stew Magnuson
National Defense (Blog)
April 17, 2012

NASA 2013 budget has $1.48 B for heavy-lift rocket, Hutchison says

Lee Roop
Huntsville Times
April 17, 2012

Massive EELV Cost Growth Reported To Congress

Amy Butler
Aviation Week
April 17, 2012

Garver: Funding Cut Would Only Delay Commercial Crew Effort

Warren Ferster
Space News
April 17, 2012

There is Plenty of Business for Everyone, Rival Launch Providers Say

Stew Magnuson (Blog)
National Defense
April 17, 2012

USAF looks to control costs of space operations

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
April 17, 2012

How Commercial Space Is Paying Off Now

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
April 17, 2012

China Now Tops U.S. in Space Launches

David Axe
Wired
April 16, 2012

NASA FRR tentatively sets April 30 for Dragon’s first flight to fully prepared ISS

Pete Harding
NASASpaceFlight.com
April 16, 2012

A new “Great Enterprise” for space settlement

Jeff Foust (Commentary)
The Space Review
April 16, 2012

Working towards a space code of conduct

Thomas D. Taverney (Commentary)
The Space Review
April 16, 2012

North Korean Launch Fails

Evan Ramstad and Laura Meckler
Wall Street Journal
April 13, 2012

NASA, US Air Force to study joint rocket engine

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
April 12, 2012

Russia Launches 20-Year Space Program

Kommersan (Russia)
April 12, 2012

NASA (and Congress) Have No Idea What "Commercial Space" Means

Keith Cowing (Opinion)
NASA Watch
April 12, 2012

Boeing anticipates CST-100 orbital flight tests in 2016

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
April 11, 2012

Orbital Rolls Antares First Stage Out to Pad for Tests

Dan Leone
Space News
April 11, 2012

Commercial space companies pushing back against NASA certification

Lee Roop
The Huntsville Times
April 11, 2012

Private Lunar mission and the future of space tourism

Zakutnyaya Olga
Voice of Russia
April 10, 2012

Russia, Europe to sign ExoMars accord by year's end

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
April 9, 2012

ULA continue their transition back into the human space flight arena

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceFlight.com
April 9, 2012

Details Emerge on SpaceX's Proposed Texas Launch Site

Dan Leone
Space News
April 9, 2012

North Korea and Iran Poised For High Stakes Rocket Launch

Craig Covault
AmericaSpace
April 9, 2012

North Korea shows off its launch pad and satellite

Jean H. Lee
Associated Press
April 8, 2012

UK's space hopes closer to take-off

Clive Cookson
Financial Times
April 7, 2012

Existing Rocket Could Launch Private Space Taxis by 2015

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
April 5, 2012

Manned Moon landings need big rockets - as China finds out

David Todd
Flight International
April 5, 2012

SLS to be robust in the face of scrubs, launch delays and pad stays

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceFlight.com
April 4, 2012

Future innovation needs public-private balance

Rep. Steven Palazzo (Opinion)
The Hill
April 3, 2012

Parachutes for Boeing crew capsule tested over Nevada

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
April 3, 2012

Plutonium to Pluto: Russian nuclear space travel breakthrough

Russia Today
April 3, 2012

ULA Delta IV launches the NROL-25 military satellite from VAFB

William Graham
NASASpaceFlight.com
April 3, 2012

Senate appropriators offer rebuke of commercial crew

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
April 2, 2012

Europe's Moon mission ambitions boosted by landing rocket test success

Dan Thisdell
Flight International
April 2, 2012

Space Launch System Program Completes Step One of Combined Milestone Reviews

Space Travel
April 2, 2012

Bolden Reins In China Partnership Ideas

Amy Svitak, Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
April 1,2012

ZUBRIN: Obama shoots down Mars exploration

Robert Zubrin (Opinion)
The Washington Times
March 30, 2012

ISS Research Vulnerable To Cargo Schedule

Mark Carreau
Aviation Week
March 30, 2012

First Orion Flight Hardware Headed to Florida for Final Assembly

Dan Leone
Space News
March 30, 2012

Patience of Congress Wearing Thin for NASA's Private Space Taxi Plan

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
March 30, 2012

Sen. Mikulski Questions Commercial Crew Priority

Dan Leone
Space News
March 29, 2012

Watchdog: Manned access to space in question

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
March 29, 2012

Space Station’s Future Rides on Commercial Cargo Haulers

Irene Klotz
Space News
March 28, 2012

US falling behind in battle for ultimate high ground — space

Rep. Pete Olson (Opinion)
The Hill
March 27, 2012

Shifting NASA funds irks senators

Mary Alys Cherry
Bay Area Citizen (TX)
March 27, 2012

Delta 4 poised for one last 'first flight' milestone

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
March 28, 2012

Rumors of NASA’s demise greatly exaggerated

Fmr. Rep. Nick Lampson (Opinion)
Washington Times
March 26, 2012

Europe Launches Its Third Cargo Capsule to Space Station

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
March 23, 2012

Europe's ATV space freighter launches

Jonathan Amos
BBC News
March 23, 2012

Air Force Will Continue to Launch Mysterious X-37B Space Plane

Stew Magnuson
National Defense (Blog)
March 22, 2012

Wolf Eyes Commercial Crew Budget for Mars Relief

Dan Leone
Space News
March 22, 2012

Congress Grills NASA Chief on Planetary Science Cuts

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
March 21, 2012

Excitement Builds for 1st Private Spaceship Flight to Space Station

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
March 21, 2012

NASA's Planetary Science Future Rides on Huge Mars Rover's Success

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
March 20, 2012

NASA Exploration Roadmap: A return to the Moon's surface documented

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
March 20, 2012

SpaceX Gleam Slips With Launch Plans

Amy Svitak
Aviation Week
March 19, 2012

Developmental CST-100 Launch Abort Engine Makes First Run

Guy Norris
Aviation Week (subscription required)
March 19, 2012

Electric propulsion could launch new commercial trend

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
March 19, 2012

SLS Launch Vehicle specifications take shape as development continues

Chris Gebhardt
NASASpaceflight.com
March 16, 2012

Lawmakers Unhappy With NASA Budget Priorities

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
March 14, 2012

PWR Analyzing CST-100 Abort Engine Tests

Guy Norris
Aviation Week
March 13, 2012

Boeing commercial spacecraft hits major milestones

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
March 13, 2012

Private Spaceship Flights to Space Station Delayed to Spring & Fall

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
March 13, 2012

China Sets Plan For Moon Rocket Engine

Bradley Perrett
Aviation Week
March 13, 2012

Life on Mars? Funds to Find Answer Fade

Kenneth Chang
New York Times
March 13, 2012

Decisive budget fight ahead for commercial crew program

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
March 12, 2012

NASA May Need to Use Russian Flights Longer

Andy Pasztor
Wall Street Journal
March 12, 2012

NASA's Orion Spacecraft Moves Closer to Next Giant Leap

Clarksville Online (TN)
March 12, 2012

Bolden Locks Horns with Hutchison Over Commercial Crew, Orion Funding

Dan Leone
Space News
March 7, 2012

NASA seeks $830M to get astronauts in orbit without Russia’s help

Ben Wolfgang
The Washington Times
March 7, 2012

Bolden and Hutchison spar over commercial crew, SLS/Orion funding

Jeff Foust
Space Politics (Blog)
March 7, 2012

Director of ISS National Lab Nonprofit Resigns Amid Dispute

Dan Leone
Space News
March 6, 2012

China set to ramp up manned flights programme and space station ambitions

Dan Thisdell
Flight International
March 5, 2012

Major KSC refurbishment work continuing ahead of SLS and Orion debuts

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
March 5, 2012

Air Force Sets Up Competition For Rocket Launches

Brendan McGarry
Washington Post
March 5, 2012

Orion’s development achieving numerous successes and firsts

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
March 4, 2012

Commercial Crew Concerns Crop Up Again in Congress

Dan Leone
Space News
March 2, 2012

Space Luggage Glitch Delays Launch of European Robotic Spaceship

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
March 2, 2012

House Panel Pummels Holdren Over Cuts to NASA's Planetary Program

Jeffrey Mervis
ScienceInsider
March 1, 2012

Lofty Goal for Private Spaceflight: 1,000 Launches a Year by 2019

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
March 1, 2012

Falcon 9 rocket fueling test completed at Cape Canaveral

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
March 1, 2012

Olson, Colleagues Urge White House to Correct Safety Glitch

Rep. Pete Olson (R-Texas)
Letter to White House Office of Science and Technology Director John Holdren
February 29, 2012

Air Force Playing Hardball With Space Industry

Sandra Erwin
National Defense Magazine (Blog)
February 29, 2012

Exploration Mission 1: SLS and Orion mission to the Moon outlined

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
February 29, 2012

Orion escape system motor prepped for 2014 flight test

Todd Halvorson
Florida Today
February 29, 2012

Falcon 9 test a big milestone

James Dean
Florida Today
February 29, 2012

China's Space Advances Worry US Military

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
February 28, 2012

Stratolaunch nears conclusion of systems design review

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
February 28, 2012

Does NASA's budget need a boost?

Alan Boyle
MSNBC
February 28, 2012

NASA's huge rocket needs engine with flight heritage

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
February 27, 2012

Scientists see red on NASA cuts of Mars missions

Alicia Chang
Associated Press
February 27, 2012

'Space Chronicles': Why Exploring Space Still Matters

National Public Radio
February 27, 2012

NASA’s 20-year focus on Mars looking fuzzier as space agency changes course, axes flights

Seth Borenstein
Associated Press (Washington Post)
February 27, 2012

Atlas 5 rocket navigates new Navy satellite into orbit

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
February 24, 2012

NASA Raids Outer Planets Budget To Fund Fast Start on Mars Reboot

Dan Leone
Space News
February 24, 2012

Long March 3C launches fifth Compass-G satellite into orbit

Rui C. Barbosa
NASASpaceflight.com
February 24, 2012

Air Force fiscal 2013 budget invests in critical space capabilities

Tech. Sgt. Jess D. Harvey
Air Force Public Affairs Agency
February 23, 2012

Mars, Europa missions battle for scarce NASA funding

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
February 23, 2012

Acronyms to Ascent – SLS managers create development milestone roadmap

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
February 23, 2012

Partners look to enhance Vega

Dan Thisdell
Flight International
February 23, 2012

Orbital Blames Spaceport for Another COTS Delay

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
February 22, 2012

NASA Puts Up Money For Suborbital Research

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
February 22, 2012

NASA Staff Changes Shake Up Space Agency's Senior Management

SPACE.com
February 21, 2012

Launch pad rework pushes Antares launch to summer

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
February 21, 2012

Space Launch System: How to launch NASA's new monster rocket

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
February 20, 2012

50 years after historic flight, Glenn sees space program at perilous crossroads

William Harwood
CBS News
February 19, 2012

NASA Leadership In Space Exploration Shaken

Frank Morring, Jr. and Amy Svitak
Aviation Week
February 17, 2012

Shrinking NASA Budget Forces Tough Trade-offs

Brian Berger and Dan Leone
Space News
February 17, 2012

U.S. to Trim Commercial-Satellite Use

Andy Pasztor and Nathan Hodge
The Wall Street Journal
February 17, 2012

China's next space mission to carry 3 astronauts

Associated Press
February 17, 2012

Commercial Crew Push Has Some Concerned

Mark Carreau
Aviation Week
February 16, 2012

Griffin, Harris, Jones and Lampson: Space Exploration: A Wise Investment for America

Gerry Griffin, Bernard Harris, Tom Jones and Nick Lampson
Roll Call (Opinion)
February 16, 2012

NASA Performs First J-2X Powerpack Test of the Year

NASA Press Release
February 15, 2012

NASA Commercial Crew Official Warns Another Deep Cut Could Kill the Program

Irene Klotz
Space News
February 15, 2012

NASA Will Spend $200M On SLS Risk Reduction

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
February 15, 2012

NASA in Huntsville offers $200 million in research work for new rocket

Lee Roop
Huntsville Times
February 14, 2012

NASA Scales Back Mars Exploration Strategy to Fit Budget

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
February 14, 2012

NASA budget has money for big rocket, space telescope

Mark K. Matthews
Orlando Sentinel
February 13, 2012

U.S. Military Space Spending To Decline 22 Percent in 2013

Titus Ledbetter III
Space News
February 13, 2012

Vega launcher makes first flight

Jonathan Amos
BBC News
February 13, 2012

NASA Eyes Plan for Deep-Space Outpost Near the Moon

Leonard David
SPACE.com
February 10, 2012

Landmark launch in rocketry: Centaur set for Flight 200

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
February 9, 2012

Obama's budget would cut Mars program, solar system exploration

Brian Vastag
Washington Post
February 9, 2012

SpaceX cargo delivery test flight slips another month to late April

William Harwood
CBS News
February 9, 2012

Independent human spaceflight sought by Japan

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
February 9, 2012

Big NASA Budget Cuts to Slash Mars Missions, Experts Say

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
February 9, 2012

NASA to Pick 2 Private Space Taxi Designs for Astronaut Flights

Dan Leone
Space News
February 8, 2012

Europe and Russia Plan Trips to Mars—But Maybe Without NASA

Daniel Clery
Science
February 7, 2012

NASA commercial spaceflight back for thirds

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
February 7, 2012

ExoMars co-operation between NASA and ESA near collapse

Jonathan Amos
BBC News
February 6, 2012

Russia: Computer crash doomed Phobos-Grunt

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
February 6, 2012

Russia's Space Woes Stress NASA's Need for Private Spaceships

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
February 6, 2012

Commentary: Cutting NASA’s budget would be a bad move

Gary Oleson
Washington Post (Opinion)
February 5, 2012

Software testing remains an obstacle for SpaceX flight

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
February 3, 2012

McCain Cites Conflict in EELV Block Buy Plan

Warren Ferster
Space News
February 3, 2012

1st Private Spaceship Flight to Space Station May Slip to April: NASA

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
February 2, 2012

Despite recent technical problems, NASA confident that Russian manned rockets still good to go

Associated Press (Washington Post)
February 2, 2012

Report Scolds NASA's Dependence on Old Technology

Maggie Fox
National Journal
February 1, 2012

KSC jobs to shrink by 200 this spring

James Dean
Florida Today
February 1, 2012

SpaceX tests Dragon abort engine

Zach Rosenberg
Flight International
February 1, 2012

Critics blast NASA’s “rocket to nowhere.” See the space agency response.

Eric Berger
Houston Chronicle (SciGuy Blog)
January 31, 2012

Space Radiation Doomed Russian Mars Probe That Crashed: Reports

SPACE.com
January 31, 2012

Aerojet cite Solar Electric Propulsion as an enabler for an Exploration Gateway

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
January 30, 2012

Orion test to reach deep space — with broad NASA implications

Mark K. Matthews
Orlando Sentinel
January 29, 2012

Europeanized Upper Stage Sought for Vega as Maiden Flight Nears

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
January 27, 2012

Dream Chaser making impressive progress ahead of CCDev-3

Chris Bergin and Lee Jay Fingersh
NASASpaceflight.com
January 27, 2012

Russia 'to postpone next manned space launch'

AFP
January 27, 2012

NASA'S J-2X Engine Kicks Off 2012 With Powerpack Testing

NASA Press Release
January 25, 2012

Russian cargo ship takes off for space station

William Harwood
CBS News
January 25, 2012

Ariane 5 Upgrade Could End Subsidies

Amy Svitak
Aviation Week
January 25, 2011

SLS Exploration Roadmap evaluations provide clues for human Mars missions

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
January 24, 2012

Vega Expected to be Price-competitive With Russian Rockets

Peter B. de Selding
Space News
January 23, 2012

NASA Set To Start Spending for Big Human Spaceflight Programs in 2012

Dan Leone
Space News
January 23, 2012

Caution and optimism about the future of human spaceflight

Jeff Foust
The Space Review
January 23, 2012

One Russian ship vacates station port for next vehicle

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
January 23, 2012

Legacy launcher calls out upstarts

James Dean
Florida Today
January 21, 2012

Stratolaunch Systems Announces Ground Breaking At Mojave

SPX
January 20, 2012

Delay for space station's 1st private hookup

Marcia Dunn
Associated Press
January 20, 2012

China's New Space Exploration Vision Shoots for the Moon

Leonard David
SPACE.com
January 20, 2012

Delta 4 rocket soars on Defense Department mission

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
January 20, 2012

Vega rocket ready for first flight

European Space Agency news release
January 19, 2012

Russia Eyes Possible Moon Base with NASA: Reports

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
January 19, 2012

US Joins Effort to Create Code of Conduct for Space

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
January 17, 2012

No Free Launches: Can Commercial Space Bank On NASA Contracts?

Larry Bell
Forbes (opinion)
January 17, 2012

Hold-down Test of Orbital’s Antares Rocket Slips to April as Pad Work Continues

Dan Leone
Space News
January 17, 2012

Existing Stage Needed To Meet SLS Schedule

Frank Morring, Jr.
Aviation Week
January 17, 2012

Stratolaunch Charts Course for a Tough Market

Dan Leone
Space News
January 16, 2012

Funding Drought Jeopardizes Future NASA Astronomy Missions

Denise Chow
SPACE.com
January 16, 2012

SpaceX Postpones Station-bound Dragon Launch

Brian Berger
Space News
January 16, 2012

Russian space officials say ill-fated Mars probe falls to Earth

William Harwood
CBS News
January 15, 2012

Orion Test Launch Opens the Door for Alternative Human-rated Upper Stage

Irene Klotz
Space News
January 13, 2012

New Deep Space Capsule Passes NASA Chief's Inspection

Leonard David
SPACE.com
January 12, 2012

U.S. Wants Changes to EU Space Code of Conduct

Marcus Weisgerber
Space News
January 12, 2012

Mars Science Lab tweaks flight path and timing

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
January 12, 2012

China launch again – Long March 3A launches FengYun-2F

Rui C. Barbosa
NASASpaceflight.com
January 12, 2012

United Launch Alliance nabs $1.5B for Pentagon launches

Todd Halvorson
Florida Today
January 11, 2012

Xcor reveals Lynx test schedule

Stephen Trimble
Flight International
January 11, 2012

Challenges Face U.S. Military Launch Ability

Guy Norris
Aviation Week
January 11, 2012

NASA in Huntsville seeks interim engines for first heavy-lift rockets

Lee Roop
The Huntsville Times
January 10, 2012

Russian Official Suggests Weapon Caused Exploration Spacecraft’s Failure

Andrew E. Kramer
The New York Times
January 10, 2012

ISS performs hardware and software upgrades to support inaugural Dragon visit

Pete Harding
NASASpaceflight.com
January 10, 2012

Russia hints at foul play in its space failures

Agence France-Presse
January 10, 2012

Enabling the future: NASA call for exploration revolution via NIAC concepts

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
January 9, 2012

NASA Intends To Add $375M to Lockheed’s Orion Contract for Delta 4 Test Launch

Dan Leone
Space News
January 9, 2012

Land surveying satellite orbited by Chinese rocket

Stephen Clark
Spaceflight Now
January 9, 2012

America’s Deep Space Vision: Settlement of the Moon and Mars versus Asteroid Visits

Harrison Schmitt
The Heartland Institute - Somewhat Reasonable (Opinion)
January 7, 2012

SLS capability touted for Europa Lander capability, Enceladus sample return

Chris Bergin
NASASpaceflight.com
January 6, 2012

Space a Priority in Leaner U.S. Military

Space News
January 6, 2012

Sources: United Space Alliance Directed To Stop Pursuing New Business

Brian Berger and Dan Leone
Space News
January 6, 2012

Space Station Crew Excited for 1st Private Spaceship Visit

Clara Moskowitz
SPACE.com
January 5, 2012

Roscosmos: Space powers agree on global spaceflights roadmap

Interfax-Ukraine
January 5, 2012

Sat Deployment Dropped From NASA Cargo Demo

Mark Carreau
Aviation Week
January 5, 2012

American Space Exploration Leadership -- Why and How

Buzz Aldrin
The Huffington Post (opinion)
January 5, 2012

Bits of Russia space probe set to fall Jan. 15

Associated Press
January 4, 2012

2011: Atlas and Delta launch $20 billion in payloads

Justin Ray
Spaceflight Now
January 2, 2012

Twin NASA Moon Probes Start New Year by Entering Lunar Orbit

Mike Wall
SPACE.com
January 1, 2012

 

 

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