NASA Evaluates SpaceX Lunar Lander, Calls it Innovative but Risky

NASA Evaluates SpaceX Lunar Lander, Calls it Innovative but Risky

A NASA evaluation proposes that the organization chose SpaceX for one of the three human lunar lander grants as a high-risk, high-reward alternative. Read more »
NASA Finally Chooses Three Companies for Human Landing System Awards

NASA Finally Chooses Three Companies for Human Landing System Awards

NASA chose groups driven by Blue Origin, Dynetics and SpaceX for 10-month study contracts for the Human Landing System (HLS) program. Read more »
SpaceShipTwo Takes First Flight From Spaceport America

SpaceShipTwo Takes First Flight From Spaceport America

Virgin Galactic directed the first test run of SpaceShipTwo from its New Mexico spaceport May 1 as the organization edges nearer to at long last starting business trips of the suborbital spaceplane. Read more »
Our Sun is a Strangely ‘Quiet’ Star, and We Are Lucky That it is

Our Sun is a Strangely ‘Quiet’ Star, and We Are Lucky That it is

The outcome is an evaluation of stars about a similar size of our sun. Read more »
‘NASA at Home’ Brings Science and Space to You with Incredible Resources

‘NASA at Home’ Brings Science and Space to You with Incredible Resources

NASA has turned to social media to draw in and teach individuals over the world with another activity called NASA at Home. Read more »
A Cache of Interstellar Asteroids May Have Been Hiding From Scientists for Billions of Years

A Cache of Interstellar Asteroids May Have Been Hiding From Scientists for Billions of Years

A store of interstellar asteroids may have been stowing away without scientists even noticing for billions of years, researchers state. Read more »
NASA Astronauts May Train Spaceflyers on Private Suborbital Spaceships

NASA Astronauts May Train Spaceflyers on Private Suborbital Spaceships

As indicated by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, organization astronauts may use private suborbital trips for preparing and research tests once these business trips have been demonstrated safe Read more »
SpaceX Shifts Starlink Launch up a Day to Wednesday

SpaceX Shifts Starlink Launch up a Day to Wednesday

SpaceX's next group of Starlink internet satellites will get off the ground a day sooner than we'd suspected. Read more »
Europe’s Air Pollution Levels Drop Continues Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

Europe’s Air Pollution Levels Drop Continues Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

The European Space Agency's (ESA) Copernicus organizes screens mixes in the environment that is significant in getting the atmosphere and human wellbeing. Read more »
Earth is a lot Dustier Than we Thought, Might be a Problem for Climate Forecasts

Earth is a lot Dustier Than we Thought, Might be a Problem for Climate Forecasts

Earth's environment, it turns out, is dustier than researchers recently suspected. Read more »
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