The biggest airplane in the world as a launch platform for rockets into space.
A NASA study, suppressed by the agency, definitively shows that the Senate Launch System isn't needed.
Columbus didn’t sail across the seas for the sake of “exploration.”
I won’t say that I would be the last person to praise Steve Jobs, Apple founder, but I’d certainly be way down the list. (Also read Richard Fernandez: "It's a Wonderful Life")
This is a tale of a government investment gone far awry.
Will the Senate’s “big monster rocket” eat the space program?
Problems with the Russian crew rocket may force the space agency to abandon the space station.
The next generation space telescope is several hundred percent over budget and is stealing cash from other worthy science projects at NASA.
Bob Ettinger deanimated over the weekend, at the ripe old age of 92.
No time to let up on the pressure by Republicans for spending cuts with no tax increases.
We cannot afford to continue to do space business as usual as the nation becomes more and more fiscally strapped.
Where was the outrage from Dems when Bill was committing actual federal felonies to cover up his actual sex scandal?
The command and control of the Cold War era is light years behind us. Also read First and last moonwalkers blast Obama space policy, at the Tatler.
Obama is proposing to bind the U.S. by executive order to a European "Code of Conduct" for space activities that would stifle missile defense and open our commercial space industry to the prying eyes of competitors.
CAIR and other "moderates" continually remind us that Osama bin Laden was not what Islam is all about. Then why bury him as a devout Muslim?
The Russians are asking exorbitant fees to transport our astronauts to the space station while preventing American private companies from doing the job.
The failure of two NASA satellites built to study climate change raises the unlikely — but still possible — specter of sabotage.
Forget comparing what's happening in Madison right now to Greece, Egypt, Guernica, or Jutland. Think Gettysburg.
The only lessons to be learned from the tragedy in Tucson are the age-old ones that life isn’t fair and sometimes bad things happen to good people.
It’s nonsensical to describe avoiding further damage to the economy as a “stimulus.”
How the Utah congressional delegation is betraying fiscal conservatism.
There is no reason to continue NASA programs, like the Space Launch System, that can be more efficiently run privately, and which provide meaningless prestige rather than progress.