St. Louis Space Conference Discusses Humans Going to The MoonThe question isn't when we're going back to the moon. It's when we'll be living on the moon.
Apollo 11 Relic Owned by Illinois Woman to be Auctioned OffAn Illinois woman's bag of moon dust brought to earth by Apollo 11 astronauts will be auctioned off later this year.
St. Louis Native Attends 'Humans to Mars' SummitA viable launch window only happens every 15 years - so that means no Mars landing before 2033.
Senators Agree Airlines Must Improve Treatment of Passengers, EmployeesSen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., said air travelers frequently tell him they "feel like they're being treated as self-loading cargo rather than as valued consumers."
SpaceX Chief Envisions 1,000 Passenger Ships Flying to Mars``It would be basically, are you prepared to die? If that's OK, then you're a candidate for going,'' he told the audience.
It's a Bird, It's a Plane - Maybe a Meteor in STL?A possible meteor streaked across the St. Louis area skies mid-morning on Monday.
NASA Astronauts Prepare at Lambert for Next Space MissionThe United States hasn't seen a manned launch since Atlantis blasted off on the final space shuttle mission in 2011.
Renovations for Soldiers Memorial to Begin in SpringOne of the region’s most notable memorials to veterans is getting a big facelift.
Overnight America Podcast: May 13th, 2015 - Michael Bakich, Niall Stanage
Freeze, Burn, Shake: Extreme Testing Ensures Satellite Equipment Will Withstand SpaceProtecting the military's most sensitive information begins in the most unusual of places.
Overnight America Podcast: January 6th, 2014 - Michael Bakich, Jay Marvin
SLU Prepares To Launch Camera in SpaceAn infrared camera built by Saint Louis University aviation and engineering students is headed to outer space.