NASA’s Management of the International Space Station and Efforts to Commercialize Low Earth Orbit

NASA’s Management of the International Space Station and Efforts to Commercialize Low Earth Orbit Status Report From: NASA Office of Inspector General Posted: Tuesday, November 30, 2021 Full report WHY WE PERFORMED THIS AUDIT Astronauts have lived and worked onboard the International Space Station (ISS or Station) orbiting roughly 250 miles above the Earth’s surface … Read more

‘Armageddon’ star Bruce Willis trends on social media after NASA’s DART launch

Armageddon star Bruce Willis trends on social media after NASAs

SpaceX crashes NASA spacecraft into asteroid approaching Earth Actor Bruce Willis briefly trended on Twitter Wednesday following the successful launch of NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission, the world’s first full-scale planetary defense system. Photos courtesy of NASA, Mike Marsland/WireImage via Getty Images (Getty Images) According to a tweet by Washington Post reporter Christian … Read more

Watch NASA’s Helicopter Fly Around Mars In This Incredible New Video

Watch NASAs Helicopter Fly Around Mars In This Incredible New

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter is a technological achievement like no other — and a new video now shows it flying on Mars like nobody’s business. Ingenuity is one of the most advanced robots that’s ever been sent to Mars — and NASA just shared an incredible new video of it flying around the planet. Mars is a … Read more

Blue Origin’s lawsuit dismissed. SpaceX is the only supplier of NASA’s lunar lander

The United States Court of Federal Claims dismissed Blue Origin’s August complaint that it did not accept NASA’s choice of a preferred supplier for a new manned lunar lander. The contractor was SpaceX, although before the announcement of the outcome of the procedure, the American space agency repeatedly declared its intention to select two competitive … Read more

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