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  1. NASA’s Moon-Exploring Artemis Program Will Move Forward Under Biden The White House pledged its support of the ambitious lunar exploration missions. The Biden administration is on board with NASA’s Artemis program, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed at a press briefing—though she didn’t elaborate on whether or how the modern moon-exploring missions might shift under America’s new leadership. Speculation about Artemis’ fate whirled since President Joe Biden was elected. Following up on a question about the program’s potential continuation p
  2. "It requires everything that America has to offer to reach the end state." Enlarge / The Trump administration's lunar plan finally has a price. Sort of. NASA NASA revealed Monday that it needs an additional $1.6 billion in funding for fiscal year 2020 to stay on track for a human return to the Moon by 2024. The space agency's budget amendment comes in addition to the $21 billion the Trump administration asked Congress for in March. In a teleconference with reporters on Monday evening, NASA admini
  3. All of the big players are here, including a few surprises. Enlarge / Artist's concept of a lunar lander. NASA Although NASA's plans to land humans on the Moon by 2024 face some political headwinds, the space agency has taken its first concrete step toward making its ambitions a reality. On Thursday, NASA chose 11 companies to develop concepts and prototypes for its lunar lander. The companies chosen for the awards, a total of $45.5 million for all contracts, include a mix of aerospace bluebloods such as Boe
  4. Still missing? The total cost. And that's probably by design. Enlarge / A Blue Moon lander, built by Blue Origin, with an ascent vehicle (built by another company) on top. Blue Origin In the nearly two months since Vice President Mike Pence directed NASA to return to the Moon by 2024, space agency engineers have been working to put together a plan that leverages existing technology, large projects nearing completion, and commercial rockets to bring this about. Last week, an updated plan that demonstrated a h
  5. Safety panel has “great concern” about NASA plans to test Moon mission software “Flight systems should be developed for success with a goal to test like you fly.” Enlarge / Teams at NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility move the Core Stage toward a barge in January that will carry it to a test stand in Mississippi. NASA An independent panel that assesses the safety of NASA activities has raised serious questions about the space agency's plan to test flight software for its Moon missions. During a Thursday
  6. 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
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