After three recent failed attempts to resupply the International Space Station, a Russian spacecraft is set to try again Friday.
Concerns are rising that the OPM’s decision to shut down the system could have widespread affects for the business of government
Pentagon officials are pushing back against a blog post that claimed that “test pilot admits the F-35 can’t dogfight.”
The Office of Personnel Management announced Monday that it was taking the Web-based system used for background investigations offline after a “vulnerability” was discovered.
A GAO report says the Air Force has not fully assessed the cost savings of its plan to retire the venerable, and beloved, workhouse of its fleet.
The explosion of a SpaceX rocket was the third catastrophe for a resupply mission since October.
It was the third cargo mission to the International Space Station to be lost in recent months and was a setback for plans to test the landing of a rocket booster on a platform at sea.
Two rockets headed to the space station recently crashed and burned. Now it’s SpaceX’s turn to deliver.
OneWeb, which plans to beam the Internet from hundreds of satellites, announced it was ordering 65 launches from Virgin Galatic are Arianspace in what it says is the largest commercial rocket acquisition ever.
Members of Congress at a hearing questioned the speed of the deal and the viability of the contractor.