Space, long thought to be America’s final frontier, has transformed over the past several decades into a complex domain the Air Force must operate in safely.
Long before Edgar Cortright joined the NACA or became Langley Center Director or even graduated elementary school, he planned a career in aviation.
Of the many lessons to be learned from Edward Snowden, one of them is that the congressional intelligence oversight process did not function properly.
A newfound asteroid safely passed Earth on June 8 from a distance of about 777,000 miles (1.25 million kilometers), more than three times farther away than our moon.
The solar wind of particles streaming off the sun helps drive flows and swirls in space as complicated as any terrestrial weather pattern.
It’s not just Lois Lerner’s e-mails.
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