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Final processing of the Space Launch System (SLS) Interim Cryogenic Propulsion Stage (ICPS) – the in-space stage of the NASA heavy-lift rocket –was moved into storage Wednesday from its United Launch Alliance facility. The Boeing modified ICPS, built by ULA,

Oshkosh, Wisconsin hosts air enthusiasts from around the world this week to share their enthusiasm for all things aerospace – including human space exploration. Boeing will showcase not only aircraft, but spacecraft, including the Space Launch System, hosting experts and

Seventeen-year-old Rafaela Bastos of Niterói, Brazil, saw coverage of NASA’s Rover Challenge in the U.S. and never looked back. Like all rookie contestants from around the world, she needed to recruit a team at her high school, Colegio Santa Terezinha,

Boeing has unveiled concepts for a Deep Space Gateway and transport systems that would help achieve NASA’s goal to establish robust human space exploration to the moon and Mars. It could be in place by the early 2020s. The Gateway

President Trump signed the $19.5 billion NASA Transition Authorization Act Tuesday – the first reauthorization of NASA programs since 2010. During the signing at the White House, President Trump called for continued support of the Commercial Crew Program, which includes

Boeing welders complete weld processing inside the massive liquid hydrogen tank for NASA’s Space Launch System at the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. Once a tank is assembled on the Vertical Assembly Center (VAC), there are holes left from