\n\nUpdated December 18, 2020\nFollow The Post\u2019s space coverage\n\n\n\nGuardians: Vice President Pence says Space Force members will be called \u2018Guardians\u2019\nLaunch: SpaceX launched astronauts to the International Space Station in the first privately owned and operated spacecraft to be certified by NASA for human spaceflight. The \u2018Resilience\u2019 capsule docked onto the ISS in November.\nElon Musk: Before the historic launch the head of SpaceX head announced he had coronavirus.\nThe rivalry between SpaceX and Boeing: No one thought Elon Musk\u2019s SpaceX would ever beat Boeing to space.\nPhotos and video: See the historic SpaceX launch of NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley.\nCompanies in the Cosmos: Read how companies and billionaire entrepreneurs are defining a new space age.\nInternational Space Station: Humans have been living aboard the ISS for 20 years. What comes next?\nLiving in space: Read stories from 50 astronauts who describe what it\u2019s really like to live in space.\nHow to dress for space: Explore five iconic spacesuits in 3-D.\nListen to Moonrise: Our podcast tells a tale of nuclear brinkmanship, backroom politics, and science fiction.\nShow More\nShow Less\n\nThe post The Army has soldiers. The Navy has sailors. The Space Force now has \u2018guardians.\u2019 appeared first on Tekrati.