NASASpaceFlight.com, now in its 14th year of operations, is already a leading online news resource for everyone interested in space flight specific news, supplying our readership with the latest news, around the clock, with editors covering all the leading space-faring nations.
Breaking exclusive space flight related news stories and features, NASASpaceFlight.com is dedicated to expanding the public’s awareness and respect for the space flight industry, which in turn is reflected in the many space industry visitors to the site, ranging from NASA to the commercial space flight arena, plus the international launch industry.
With a monthly readership of over 500,000 visitors and growing, the site’s expansion has already seen articles being referenced and linked by major news networks such as MSNBC, CBS, The New York Times, Popular Science, but to name a few.
Managing Editor: Chris Bergin.
Assistant Managing Editor/Team Admin: Chris Gebhardt.
NASA Centers Editor: Philip Sloss.
Unmanned Missions Editor: William Graham.
ISS Editor: Pete Harding.
Chinese Missions Editor: Rui C. Barbosa.
Reporters – Michael Baylor. Thomas Burghardt. Ian Atkinson. Tyler Gray. Tobias Corbett. Justin Davenport.
Photojournalists: Brady Kenniston. Nathan Barker. Mike Deep. Jack Beyer. Jay DeShetler.
Chris Bergin Robert Price, Bruce Stewart, Mark Gerrits, Gareth Maden.
Mark Gerrits and team.
This dual approach, of engaging the public with those that work in the field of space flight makes NASASpaceflight.com, via its news site and forum, a unique resource to all. The forum is the most visited Space Flight specific forum in the world, with over 50 million page views in 2017 – and has the largest amount of NASA, and space industry professionals visiting its pages. This figure has continued to increase into 2019.
Taking this a level higher – and a major reason for this news media’s site ability to break the news first – is the highly successful L2 sections, which is a first of its kind subscription service that allows previously unheard of access to the public. This subscription revenue is used directly – and solely – to cover the ENTIRE site’s running costs.
NASASpaceflight.com takes pride in providing its readership with the best possible service, to the point of providing free access to the level of information you’d expect to pay for on other sites and then some. For more information on L2 click here.
“I visit the site frequently, not only to see the exclusive material that shows up there, but even more valuable, the high-quality comments from dozens of very experienced posters on the discussion boards. No vacuum-head pontificating and opinion-venting here like on too many other space-related boards — this is a council of the wise and well-informed who share their insights and their puzzlements with their respected internet associates, and anyone else smart enough to look here first. They find the best assessments of events, trends, policies, and best of all, they find light cast on otherwise-invisible gaps in official silences, half-disclosures and pseudo-explanations. ”