Building spaceships is expensive work. It sounds like the most obvious thing in the world, but it means that sometimes, the companies that build them have to find other ways to generate revenue.
The commercialisation of space has entered a new dimension with the digital sector massively investing in the space sector, giving it the attention, credibility, funding and even celebrity the American space industry needed to grow colossally and at a very quick pace.
The $50 million invested by a South Korean consortium was part of $650 million Relativity Space raised in a Series E funding round in June.
The new production facility comes as Rocket Lab secures contracts to supply major satellite constellations with reaction wheels.
The four astronauts poised to launch on first-ever all-civilian SpaceX mission this month will have one heck of a view once they reach orbit.
The SpaceX Starship might be the next rocket to take humans to the moon, but it won’t be the first, and likely not the last.
On Monday, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey shared a photo of the under-development space rocket.
Richard Branson and other passengers float around in weightlessness.
When these pictures where taken there were maximum sustained winds of about 240 km/h, looking down the eye from above gives perspective of how high these clouds are...
Small satellite propulsion has a critical role to play in keeping space sustainable.