Two deadly crashes involving its latest 737 MAX jet are prompting some to consider how the darling of American aviation will survive this fatal blow and why it happened in the first place.
On Tuesday, the Chinese navy will turn 70, and Beijing is marking the occasion by showing off new toys rapidly commissioned and completed by the emerging global power.
A Gold Coast firm is set to become the second Queensland company in less than six months to launch a test rocket as the race for space heats up across the nation.
Boeing and the US Federal Aviation Administration say the company needs more time to complete changes to a flight-control system suspected of playing a role in recent crashes.
The giant six-engine Stratolaunch jet, with a 117-metre wingspan, is designed to launch small satellites while in the air and the test flight brings to life a dream held by late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
Reports emerge of reconnaissance-style drone crashing in outback Western Australia as Airbus says one of its aircraft was involved in an incident in the region.
Search and rescue teams found wreckage from a crashed Japanese F-35 stealth fighter in the Pacific Ocean close to northern Japan, but authorities continue searching for the missing pilot.
A major defence contractor at one of Australia's most secretive intelligence facilities is being sued by former employees, who claim they were not paid out their proper redundancy entitlements.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi declares India a "space power" after successfully shooting down one of its own satellites with a ground-to-space missile.
It's the mystery $307 million spend that left Defence types, contractors and government waste watchers wondering what it was for. Months later, the mystery has been solved.