Cooperation with private firms will benefit the US space industry but cannot replace cooperation with Russia.
Many Americans fall into one of two categories. One is made up of those who see a basement or attic filled with stuff, shut the door and find something else to do.
Pilots of the future could be able to control their aircraft by merely thinking commands.
The U.S. Air Force is working as fast as it can to certify the ability of privately held Space Exploration Technologies, or SpaceX, to compete for work launching military and intelligence satellites
The U.S. Army is testing an unmanned version of its famous Black Hawk helicopter.
When government employees believe that classified information in their possession is improperly classified, they “are encouraged and expected” to challenge its classification status
The US Navy on Saturday christened the first of its newest class of destroyers – the more than $3 billion (£1.8 billion), 610-foot (186-metre)-long USS Zumwalt.
A university lecturer is claiming to have photographed fairies flying through the air in the British countryside.
With a Texas congressman looking for signs of life in outer space at a hearing in Washington, D.C., last week, it's a good time to review some recent UFO sightings in the Lone Star state.
A mother and daughter who live on a ranch just outside of Nanton are scratching their heads after a couple of unidentified flying objects flew over their southern Alberta home late last Sunday night.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Obama administration has a way to go to fulfill its promises from Day 1 to become the most transparent administration in history.
Last June, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff issued a classified "execute order" to authorize and initiate a military operation.
UFOs over Arizona: Film event planned for ‘Phoenix lights’ anniversary
An upcoming conference in the Phoenix, Arizona, region next week seems to have the potential to expand knowledge and understanding
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