Dave Gershgorn is a writer covering space, artificial intelligence, and consumer technology. He's written for The New York Times, Popular Science, OneZero, and Quartz.
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6.2.2021 10:32 PM
NASA is going back to Venus after 30 years for an apocalyptic reason
Two missions will study the hellish planet to piece together its climate past, look for volcanoes, and see if it was ever habitable.
Failure to launch
6.2.2021 4:21 PM
Webb Telescope launch date delayed: Everything you need to know
Will the James Webb Space Telescope still make it into orbit this year?
5.19.2021 7:52 PM
China's ambitious space station: The complete guide
The Tiangong station represents the third phase of China’s crewed space program
5.5.2021 5:38 PM
How much does a ticket on Blue Origin cost? Jeff Bezos reveals new details
Let the bidding begin...
5.4.2021 10:43 PM
Boeing Starliner: Timeline, testing, and specs for SpaceX competitor
Boeing’s passenger capsule is progressing with an eye on sending astronauts to the ISS.
5.3.2021 9:40 PM
SpaceX Inspiration4: Launch date, crew, mission details for historic journey
Why four people are headed to low-Earth orbit in September (probably).
4.29.2021 9:31 PM
SpaceX Starship SN15 launch and upgrades: Everything you need to know
The FAA approved Elon Musk’s SpaceX to conduct three more Starship tests. Here’s why that’s a big deal.
4.25.2021 3:14 PM
SpaceX vs. Blue Origin: How Elon Musk beat Jeff Bezos to the moon
Here’s what NASA’s Artemis contract means for two of the biggest players in the private space race.
4.21.2021 1:30 PM
SpaceX Crew-2: One NASA experiment could redefine how we explore deep space
A new experiment in solar sail technology will take flight thanks to the SpaceX Crew-2 mission.
4.16.2021 1:00 PM
NASA’s InSight crisis reveals the most difficult part of exploring Mars
NASA has a long history of underpromising and overdelivering. But sometimes, space robots go wrong.
Blast off 🚀
4.15.2021 10:00 AM
SpaceX Crew-2 launch date, astronauts, and return for the NASA ISS mission
Here’s everything you need to know.
4.14.2021 5:30 AM
Blue Origin test flight livestream, launch site, start time for mission NS-15
Blue Origin is about to take a major step towards actual space tourism. Here’s what you need to know.
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