We have the X-37B, and Europe's fighting back with the IXV, a lifting body orbiter that will launch in October.
There's a little rumor going around that the Enterprise is going down in Into Darkness. But that doesn't mean you can't get to know her better first.
Is that a half an inch-long Millennium Falcon? Why, yes it is!
The spaceship is about the same size across as a strand of your hair, and it was 3D printed by lasers in less than one minute.
We're talking NCC-1701, a Constitution-class starship, more than 200 years ahead of schedule. A brilliant (we hope) engineer, identified only as "BTE Dan," has worked out not only how to build us the pinnacle of our geekiest Trek dreams, he has worked out how to pay for a space-worthy USS Enterprise, too.
Not too long ago Boeing unveiled its plans to develop a commercial space capsule. Turns out the company has a grander scheme in mind: to enter the space tourism business itself. The company will follow a Russian model of taking tourists up alongside astronauts.
It's official, folks: Brita can start selling lunar water filters. NASA confirmed the presence of lunar agua today with a cheeky: "The argument that the moon is a dry, desolate place no longer holds water." Oh, NASA! One month ago...
You can make almost anything out of a pile of LEGO bricks. Lucky for us, plenty of LEGO fans are also in love with Star Trek, and they're not afraid to boldly go where no other LEGO playsets have gone...