SpaceX set to launch space station’s next astronaut crew for NASA

SpaceX set to launch space stations next astronaut crew for

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., April 26 (Reuters) – Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX was due to launch the next long-duration astronaut crew to the International Space Station (ISS) for NASA early on Wednesday, including a medical doctor turned spacewalker and a geologist specializing in Martian landslides. The SpaceX launch vehicle, consisting of a two-stage Falcon 9 … Read more

La misión Juno de la NASA verá de cerca a Ganímedes, la luna de Júpiter

La mision Juno de la NASA vera de cerca a

De izquierda a derecha: un mosaico y mapas geológicos de la luna de Júpiter, Ganímedes, se ensamblaron incorporando las mejores imágenes disponibles de las naves espaciales Voyager 1 y 2 de la NASA y la nave espacial Galileo de la NASA. Crédito de imagen: Centro de Ciencias de Astrogeología de USGS / Wheaton / NASA … Read more

Foguete SLS da NASA Irá Retornar Ao VAB Para Reparos

Foguete SLS da NASA Ira Retornar Ao VAB Para Reparos

A NASA moverá o seu foguete SLS de volta ao Edifício de Montagem de Veículos no Centro Espacial Kennedy para substituir uma válvula defeituosa e consertar um vazamento de hidrogênio encontrado durante os testes na plataforma de lançamento. Não se sabia no sábado quando a reversão poderia ocorrer, ou quanto tempo o retorno não planejado … Read more

NASA ‘Holoported’ a Doctor Onto the International Space Station

NASA Holoported a Doctor Onto the International Space Station

NASA flight surgeon Dr. Josef Schmid gives a space greeting Oct. 8, 2021, as he is holoported on to the International Space Station. ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Thomas Pesquet I have a new noun for your vocabulary: Holoportation.  It’s an amalgam of “hologram” and “teleportation,” and though it may seem like it, it isn’t … Read more

New State of the Art Laboratory Opens at NASA Langley

Announcing the 2022 Class of the Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program

New State of the Art Laboratory Opens at NASA Langley Press Release From: Langley Research Center Posted: Monday, April 18, 2022 The people of NASA’s Langley Research Center build on a proud legacy of innovation and technical excellence as they discover solutions that shape a better world for all. Langley’s new Measurement Systems Laboratory, or … Read more

NASA scholars program picks Leeward CC student out of 5,000 applicants | University of Hawaiʻi System News

NASA scholars program picks Leeward CC student out of 5000

Chester Leoso A highly competitive NASA program has selected a Leeward Community College information and computer science student for its next cohort. Chester Leoso was accepted into the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) program in January. The program drew more than 5,000 applicants nationwide, and only 147 were selected with Leoso as the only … Read more

NASA IG Criticizes NASA’s Management of VIPER and Multi-Mission Programs

NASA IG Criticizes NASAs Management of VIPER and Multi Mission Programs

NASA’s Inspector General released two reports in the past two days. The first addresses management of the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER) Mission, a robotic rover that will search for water ice on the Moon. The second looks more broadly at how the agency manages programs that have more than one deliverable, particularly the … Read more

“Music would had been a path I would have love to gone down or worked for NASA” – Lewis Hamilton shares his desire of being a musician or scientist if he would had not been an F1 driver – The SportsRush

Music would had been a path I would have love

Lewis Hamilton answers school kids’ questions about vacation, music, being a NASA scientist, and women’s diversity in F1. In 2020, Mercedes announced an innovative partnership with Mulberry School trust. Together they launched the Mulberry STEM Academy. This program provides an extra-curricular program in science, technology, engineering, and maths education. The school-going kids got to ask … Read more

It’s time for the NASA Artemis I moon mission’s big test

Its time for the NASA Artemis I moon missions big

The 322-foot-tall (98-meter-tall) Artemis I rocket stack, including NASA’s mega Space Launch System and Orion spacecraft, will begin the wet dress rehearsal Friday afternoon at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The test is expected to last through Sunday. The results will determine when the uncrewed Artemis I will launch on a mission that goes beyond … Read more

NASA to delay Mars Sample Return, switch to dual-lander approach – SpaceNews

NASA to delay Mars Sample Return switch to dual lander approach

WASHINGTON — NASA plans to delay the next phase of its Mars Sample Return campaign and split a lander mission into two separate spacecraft to reduce the overall risk of the program. At a March 21 meeting of the National Academies’ Space Studies Board, Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA associate administrator for science, revealed that NASA and … Read more

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