NASA Update: First Crewed SpaceX Flight to the ISS in June 2019

According to NASA’s latest update on the SpaceX crewed flights towards the International Space Station (ISS), the first launch will take place in June 2019. NASA’s space shuttle program was retired in... Read more »

SpaceX Just Announced They Would Not Reuse the Dragon Crew Capsule

One of the greatest sales pitch from SpaceX was the reusability of their spacecraft. Now that they’re abandoning this idea, will Boeing rise on top, since they will stick with the reusability... Read more »

SpaceX Passed NASA Tests And Might Even Be Ready For Crewed Tests Three Months Earlier

SpaceX has been carrying many deliveries to the ISS, and now it’s working its way up again, but with the intention of carrying a human crew to space. Accomplishing this, will make... Read more »

NASA Just Chose the 1st Astronauts to Ride the New SpaceX and Boeing Commercial Capsules in 2019

While SpaceX and Boeing are still working on their commercial capsule, improving or fixing last moment details, NASA has just announced in a special event on 3 August who will ride the... Read more »

Boeing Test Flights Delayed Again: The CST-100 Starliner Might Be Tested Next Year

After a month from the engine test issues, Boeing will have to delay the first two major test flights to the ISS of their future passenger spacecraft – The CST-100 Starliner. Before... Read more »