NASA Selects Six University Teams to Develop Technologies

NASA Selects Six University

NASA Selects Six University NASA has announced that it is partnering with six universities across the US to develop technologies that will help them execute their Artemis program. These new partnerships aim to not just increase NASA’s competitiveness with other countries, but also provide technology that can be used for the future of space exploration … Read more

NASA Updates Astronaut Assignments for Boeing Starliner Test Flight

NASA Updates Astronaut Assignments

NASA Updates Astronaut Assignments NASA announce today the assignment of two astronauts to the agency’s first Starline crew rotation flight. The Boeing-built spacecraft will ferry new U.S. astronauts to and from the International Space Station, ending NASA’s sole reliance on Russia for crew transportation and helping clear a path for future commercial missions The NASA … Read more

NASA ESA Finalize Agreements on Climate

NASA ESA Finalize Agreements on Climate

NASA ESA Finalize Agreements on Climate: The European Space Agency (esa) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (nasa) have finalize agreements that outline how the agencies will collaborate to ensure continuity of Earth observations; advance understanding of the Earth System, climate change and application of that knowlege; and coordinate their activities. What is the … Read more

NASA Reviews Comments on Moon to Mars Objectives

NASA Reviews Comments on Moon:

NASA Reviews Comments on Moon: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is a space agency in the Unite States. In this blog, they provide feedback on the public comments they receive about their moon to mars objectives. What are the objectives? NASA is reviewing comments on the agency’s plan for reaching Mars, which includes … Read more