Latest stories - Eric Berger

22 Hours Ago   "Rapid and reliable access to space is now a reality for small satellites."

Yesterday   From the archives: In 2015, we saw WB-57s fly so high their pilots wore pressure suits.

4 Days Ago   "This creates a habit of poor manufacturing culture and a sloppy attitude toward work."

4 Days Ago   No one is looking to make sure. It's not worth Hubble's time.

6 Days Ago   Rogozin was diverted from his planned routes along company facades.

6 Days Ago   "The reason for using a Falcon 9 for this launch is that it will be less expensive."

7 Days Ago   "Scientists are perfectly happy to publish an outlandish idea."

8 Days Ago   "They are looking for contract workers instead of permanent employees."

11 Days Ago   "I remain confident in our deep space exploration prospects."

11 Days Ago   Dawn was critical to understanding the history and evolution of our Solar System.

12 Days Ago   For the second human launch in a row, there's a likely quality-control issue.

13 Days Ago   The Russians plan to put people back on the Soyuz rocket in about a month.

13 Days Ago   Kepler will live on in troves of data that scientists have yet to process.

14 Days Ago   The Parker Solar Probe gets to within 42.7 million km, and it's just getting warm.

15 Days Ago   "All of us need to be thinking about our annual budget for this."

18 Days Ago   "Vector is entering an extremely important phase of our journey."

19 Days Ago   A six-hour coast on the Falcon Heavy's demo flight proved to be a shrewd move.

20 Days Ago   The use of an FV3 core should allow for a more computationally efficient model.

20 Days Ago   "It was probably the single most successful failed launch we could have imagined."

21 Days Ago   "Gyro rates now look normal in both high and low mode."

22 Days Ago   "When I first heard about Relativity I thought this was crazy."

25 Days Ago   Only in March 2026 will science activities begin in earnest at Mercury.

27 Days Ago   "We're not focusing on the next rocket. We're focusing on the next 100 rockets."

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