LEARNING FAST FROM MH370The international aviation community wants to accelerate efforts to put an airliner tracking system in place to prevent more mysteries like that of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.by Natalia Mironova and Philip Butterworth-HayesRead It
RD-180: LEARNING TO LET GO
There is mounting pressure for the U.S. to end its dependence on the Russian-built RD-180 for launching Atlas 5 rockets.
by Marc Selinger
Atmospheric satellites — aerostats and planes that would fly for months at a time — are getting a new lease on life as Google and Facebook eye their use for making broadband accessible throughout the world.
by Debra Werner
WANTED: MARS BRAKING TECH
NASA has entered the test phase of an ambitious program to develop inflatable drag devices and mammoth parachutes for landing heavier things on Mars.
by Leonard David