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  1. NASA is counting on a lot of unproven rockets for its Artemis plan Notably, the space agency seems to have taken an upgraded SLS off the table. Enlarge / It's still not clear how NASA will get its lunar lander to the Moon. NASA 87 with 35 posters participating On Thursday, NASA announced awards to begin final design and initial development of landers to carry humans down to the Moon—a big step for the Artemis Program. Building these landers to reach the lunar surface by 2024 is a big chall
  2. NASA awards lunar lander contracts to Blue Origin, Dynetics—and Starship “Between the three contractors, I think NASA has everything it needs to be successful.” First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all 4 images. NASA announced Thursday that it has awarded three contracts to begin initial development of lunar landing systems that will take astronauts down to the surface of the Moon in less than five years. With these Human Landing System awards, space agency officials reiterated in an interview that they remain committ
  3. NASA creates Artemis Accords in effort to extend its values to the Moon "We don’t want to only carry astronauts to the Moon, we want to carry our values." Enlarge / NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine is leading implementation of the Artemis Accords. NASA 149 with 59 posters participating, including story author NASA said Friday it has begun negotiating a series of bilateral agreements with space agencies in other countries that want to join the Artemis Program. Essentially, partner nations would need to agree to
  4. NASA and SpaceX say they are ‘go’ to proceed with historic crewed flight on May 27th Though there’s still more work to be done After two days of intense reviews, NASA is giving its commercial partner SpaceX the thumbs-up to launch its first astronauts to space next week. There’s still more work to be done by both the agency and SpaceX, including another review on Monday, but officials decided there were no major issues standing in the way of the launch. “It was a good review, great discussion,” NASA administrator
  5. The numbers don’t lie—NASA’s move to commercial space has saved money “Together, we have become stronger for this nation.” Enlarge / The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft arrives at Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA When NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken blast off inside a Crew Dragon spacecraft later this month, they will not only launch into space. They will also inaugurate a potentially transformative era for the space agency. No private company has ever launc
  6. Another day, another data breach. This time it's the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)NASA today confirmed a data breach that may have compromised personal information of some of its current and former employees after at least one of the agency's servers was hacked.In an internal memo sent to all employees on Tuesday, NASA said the unknown hackers managed to gain access to one of its servers storing the personally identifiable information (PII), including social security numbers, of current and former employees.The agency said NASA discovered the breach on Octo
  7. NASA hacked because of unauthorized Raspberry Pi connected to its network NASA described the hackers as an "advanced persistent threat," a term generally used for nation-state hacking groups. This low-angle self-portrait of NASA's Curiosity Mars rover shows the vehicle at the site from which it reached down to drill into a rock target called "Buckskin." The MAHLI camera on Curiosity's robotic arm took multiple images on Aug. 5, 2015, that were stitched together into this selfie. N
  8. NASA does not deny the “over $2 billion” cost of a single SLS launch "NASA is working to bring down the cost of a single SLS launch." Enlarge / The Space Launch System was created as part of a political compromise between US Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) and senators from Alabama and Texas. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images For the first time, a government cost estimate of building and flying a single Space Launch System rocket in a given year has been released. This estimate of "over $2 billion" came in the form of a letter from th
  9. NASA rejects Blue Origin’s offer of a cheaper upper stage for the SLS rocket Each launch of the SLS rocket may cost on the order of $2 billion. Enlarge / A video still showing an Exploration Upper Stage in flight. NASA On Bullshit American crap, NASA posted a document that provides some perspective on the agency's long-term plans for the Space Launch System rocket. This is the agency's titanic booster that has been under development since 2010, has an annual budget of more than $2 billion, and will not fly before at least 20
  10. Milky Way's center will be revealed by NASA's Webb Telescope The center of our Milky Way galaxy is hidden from the prying eyes of optical telescopes by clouds of obscuring dust and gas. But in this stunning vista, the Spitzer Space Telescope's infrared cameras penetrate much of the dust, revealing the stars of the crowded galactic center region. The upcoming Webb telescope will offer a much-improved infrared view, teasing out fainter stars and sharper details. Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, Susan Stolovy (SSC/Caltech) et al. The center of our galaxy is a c
  11. Elon Musk and NASA administrator claim SpaceX could fly its first crew in the first part of 2020 The two are reassuring everyone they’ve made up SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine reassured journalists this afternoon that their partnership to fly NASA astronauts to the space station is still strong and that the first crews could launch on SpaceX vehicles as soon as the first quarter of next year. This show of strength at SpaceX headquarters comes just two weeks after the two figures exchanged public jabs in the press, suggesting friction between
  12. As NASA tries to land on the Moon, it has plenty of rockets to choose from One of them is even something the agency is calling a "commercial" SLS. Enlarge / If you want to buy a commercial SLS launch, you also need to rent the mobile launcher from NASA. NASA Last week, NASA held an "industry day" for companies hoping to win lunar lander contracts from the government as part of its Artemis program. During the teleconference, industry officials could ask questions about NASA's plans for how best to get astronauts from an orbit
  13. (NASA/IBEX/Adler Planetarium) Voyager Mission Reveals Unexpected Pressure at The Edge of The Solar System
  14. Here’s an example of the crazy lengths NASA goes to land safely on Mars 15 years of work for 10 seconds of action. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. If all goes well, the Mars 2020 mission will launch toward the Red Planet next July. Then, after a six-month cruise to Mars, a lander carrying a 1-ton rover will detach from the spacecraft and attempt to make a soft landing in an ancient lake bed named Jezero Crater. Most likely, it will all go well despite the enormous challenge of safely
  15. Veteran astronauts endorse NASA’s program for a return to the Moon "The International Space Station offers a good blueprint for this project." Enlarge / In May, the test version of Orion attached to the Launch Abort System for the Ascent Abort-2 flight test arrives at Space Launch Complex 46 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. NASA On Monday during a conference held in Houston, several veteran astronauts endorsed NASA's plan to return to the Moon. However, they also characterized the goal of landing humans there
  16. After years of delays, NASA is finally poised to launch a satellite to better understand space weather Will ICON fly at long last? Update October 9th, 2:55PM ET: NASA delayed the ICON launch due to bad weather at the rocket’s drop zone. The agency will try again Thursday, October 10th at 9:30PM ET. The weather forecast is much better, with a 70 percent chance of favorable conditions. Original Story: NASA is slated to launch a long-awaited satellite from Florida on Wednesday night that’s designed to help scientists better predict how space weather events will
  17. 'We go back to the Moon to stay': Apollo vets not too chuffed with NASA's new rush to the regolith Walt Cunningham and Rusty Schweickart take a moment to chat with 'the enemy' Walt Cunningham during Apollo 7 (pic: NASA) ESTEC Apollo astronauts Walt Cunningham and Rusty Schweickart spoke at ESA's 2019 ESTEC shindig in the Dutch beach town of Noordwijk over the weekend, and The Register was f
  18. It looks like SpaceX is now prioritizing Crew Dragon—which is great for NASA All of the crew mission hardware may reach Florida in December. Enlarge / In this highly detailed illustration, a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft approaches the International Space Station for docking. NASA/SpaceX 97 with 40 posters participating, including story author On Tuesday, SpaceX founder Elon Musk offered updates on progress with the Crew Dragon spacecr
  19. Japan will help NASA build a space station near the Moon It will help with the agency's Lunar Gateway project. NASA Back in September, NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) revealed their intention to work together under the Artemis program. Now, it's official -- Japan will join NASA's quest to go to Mars and to return to the Moon. The Japanese government has accepted the country's space policy committee's recommendation to help with NASA's Lunar Gateway project during a meeting attended by Prime Min
  20. Back to the moon to stay — NASA shares details of lunar surface missions—and they’re pretty cool But there is a catch if you want to bring back Moon rocks. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. There are a lot of reasons to be skeptical that NASA will actually enact the Artemis Moon program to land astronauts on the Moon by 2024—Congress may not fund it, NASA's large, costly rocket remains far behind schedule, and history has been unkind to deep-space exploration programs since Apollo. However,
  21. NASA spacecraft unraveling Sun’s mysteries as it spirals closer to our star The Parker Solar Probe may help us figure out where the Sun’s solar wind comes from In August of last year, NASA sent a spacecraft hurtling toward the inner Solar System, with the aim of getting some answers about the mysterious star at the center of our cosmic neighborhood. Now more than a year later, that tiny robot has started to decode some of the mysteries surrounding our Sun’s behavior, after venturing closer to our parent star than any human-made object has before. That spacec
  22. NASA’s giant ‘Super Guppy’ plane delivers the agency’s spacecraft to Ohio The Orion capsule will now go through a round of tests Transporting a large space capsule around Earth can be a daunting process, but NASA has its own various equipment for such jobs — one of which is a very big plane with a very big belly. Known as the “Super Guppy,” NASA’s cavernous plane is capable of carrying large loads from point A to point B, and the aircraft just transported the space agency’s next-generation passenger spacecraft to Ohio for a round of testing. The Super Guppy’
  23. One part of NASA seems serious about fostering aerospace innovation "This is a super cool program." Enlarge / A Starship on the Moon? It could happen in as few as three years. SpaceX About a year ago, NASA announced it had selected nine different companies that were eligible to compete for contracts to deliver relatively small science and cargo missions to the lunar surface. What seemed notable about this was that many of the companies selected had not done much (if any) business with NASA before. (Lo
  24. NASA report finds Boeing seat prices are 60% higher than SpaceX "Boeing has made significant investments in the commercial crew program." Enlarge / Teams from NASA, Boeing, and the White Sands Missile Range rehearse landing and crew extraction from Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner on Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. NASA On Thursday, NASA's inspector general released a report on the space agency's commercial crew program, which seeks to pay Boeing and SpaceX to develop vehicles to transport astronauts to the International Space Station.
  25. Sizing up the contenders for NASA’s lunar-lander program We make a stab at assessing the main contenders for this prize. Enlarge / Illustration of a human landing system. NASA For the first time in a dog's age, NASA's human spaceflight program seems to be in a hurry. Although few in the aerospace industry expect the agency to meet its 2024 goal of landing humans on the South Pole of the Moon, this deadline has nonetheless spurred the space agency to move quickly with contracts on offer for a lunar space station, spacesuits,
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