Eric Berger

Senior Space Editor at Ars Technica. I like rockets.

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Vice President may tell NASA to accelerate lunar landingsars_ab.settitle(1478383);
March, 21 2019
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Looming Air Force decision on mid-2020s launch contracts favors ULA, SpaceXars_ab.settitle(1477329);
March, 20 2019
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At Bennu, NASA finds a mysterious, boulder-strewn asteroid
March, 19 2019
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SpaceX may begin testing its Starship spacecraft this week
March, 18 2019
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Rocket Report: SLS delays prompt NASA action, Brazil considering launch site
March, 15 2019
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Here’s why NASA’s administrator made such a bold move Wednesday
March, 14 2019
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New White House budget spells trouble for NASA’s SLS rocket
March, 11 2019
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SpaceX completes a historic mission, crew flight possible later in 2019
March, 8 2019
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Rocket Report: SLS slip likely, Pegasus problems, and EELV has expired
March, 8 2019
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Russia’s passive-aggressive reaction to SpaceX may mask a deeper truth
March, 7 2019
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SpaceX’s Dragon capsule has survived its greatest test—returning to Earth
March, 7 2019
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NASA visualizes supersonic shockwaves in a new, awe-inspiring way
March, 6 2019
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Soon, hundreds of tourists will go to space. What should we call them?
March, 4 2019
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Believe it or not, Ripley has made it safely to the space station
March, 3 2019
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Dragon roars: SpaceX’s first crew test flight goes well so farars_ab.settitle(1467339);
March, 2 2019
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SpaceX set to launch critical Dragon demonstration mission tonightars_ab.settitle(1466929);
March, 1 2019
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The marriage of SpaceX and NASA hasn’t been easy—but it’s been fruitful
March, 1 2019
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Rocket Report: Soyuz soars, Firefly plans, SpaceX warns of European aid
March, 1 2019
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Europe unveils design of reusable rocket that looks a lot like a Falcon 9
February, 26 2019
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Dragon aces final NASA review, now set for test flight on March 2
February, 23 2019
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The clearest images of Ultima Thule reveal a strange-looking object
February, 22 2019
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SpaceX to European competitors: We’re not subsidized, you arears_ab.settitle(1462597);
February, 22 2019
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A lunar lander launches from Florida for the first time since Apollo 17
February, 22 2019
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Rocket Report: Virgin seeks funds, SpaceX lunar launch, no Boca Chica wall
February, 22 2019
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The first private mission to the Moon may launch Thursday night
February, 21 2019
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With the best air pressure sensor ever on Mars, scientists find a mystery
February, 20 2019
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NASA nears $50 billion for deep-space plans, yet human flights still distantars_ab.settitle(1458881);
February, 19 2019
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A 5km asteroid may briefly occult the brightest star in the night sky
February, 18 2019
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NASA moves to buy more Soyuz seats for late 2019, early 2020
February, 15 2019
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NASA emphasizing “speed” in its return to the Moon
February, 14 2019
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Opportunity did not answer NASA’s final call, and it’s now lost to us
February, 13 2019
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Military to audit decision to certify the Falcon Heavy rocket
February, 12 2019
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To almost no one’s surprise, Mars One is done [Updated]
February, 11 2019
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NASA has taken a significant step toward human landings on the Moon
February, 11 2019
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After a remarkable resurrection, Firefly may reach space in 2019
February, 11 2019
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New images of the distant Ultima Thule object have surprised scientists
February, 8 2019
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Rocket Report: Rogozin’s crazy promise, SpaceX tests Mars engine, SLS slips
February, 8 2019
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French auditor says Ariane 6 rocket too conventional to compete with SpaceXars_ab.settitle(1452185);
February, 6 2019
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NASA “still working toward” 2020 launch of massive SLS rocket
February, 6 2019
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Forget the Super Bowl, SpaceX just fired its Mars rocket engine
February, 4 2019
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In new Starship details, Musk reveals a more practical approach
February, 1 2019
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Rocket Report: Secret CIA smallsat launcher, Falcon 9 test, Soyuz passes 50
February, 1 2019
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It is so cold in Chicago they’re lighting railroad tracks on fire
January, 30 2019
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After government re-opened, SpaceX sought two Falcon Heavy permits
January, 29 2019
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This company wants to use reentry heating to roast coffee beans
January, 28 2019
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Rocket Report: A huge step back for Stratolaunch, a toppling Starship
January, 25 2019
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After Thursday test firing, SpaceX may be a month from commercial crew launch
January, 24 2019
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New Shepard makes 10th launch as Blue Origin aims to fly humans late in 2019
January, 23 2019
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This massive rocket creates a fireball as it launches, and that’s by design
January, 21 2019
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The longstanding NASA-Russian partnership in space may be unraveling
January, 18 2019
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Eric Berger is a writer who has produced content for arstechnica.com and arstechnica.co.uk
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Air Force, Space Station, Blue Origin, Space Agency, Rocket Lab, International Space, Falcon Heavy, Rocket Report, Dragon Spacecraft, Virgin Galactic
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