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August 26, 2021
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Blue Origin’s spaceflight carried a NASA payload for lunar landers

Just weeks after Blue Origin’s first manned flight, with founder Amazon’s  Jeff Bezos onboard, the space company is preparing to launch its New Shepard spacecraft rocket again. Liftoff […]
August 21, 2021
NASA puts SpaceX's lunar lander contract on hold

NASA puts SpaceX’s lunar lander contract on hold

SpaceX will not be working on its $2.9 billion lunar lander contract for some time after NASA agreed to put the ongoing project on hold. The […]
August 7, 2021
Perseverance rover fails to collect its first Mars rock sample

Perseverance rover fails to collect its first Mars rock sample

Perseverance rover just had a rare misstep. The space agency has revealed that the robotic vehicle failed to collect Mars rock samples during its first attempt. While the percussive […]
July 29, 2021
Rocket Lab launches US Space Force satellite after its failed mission

Rocket Lab launches US Space Force satellite after its failed mission earlier

Rocket Lab has successfully launched a US military satellite in its first mission since its 20th Electron launch ended up in failure back in May. The company’s Electron rocket made […]
June 29, 2021
LightSail 2 Has Now Been in Space for 2 Years, and Should Last Even Longer Before Re-Entering the Atmosphere

LightSail 2 Has Now Been in Space for 2 Years, and Should Last Even Longer Before Re-Entering the Atmosphere

The Planetary Society’s crowdfunded solar-sailing CubeSat, LightSail 2, launched on June 25th 2019, and two years later the mission is still going strong. A pioneering technology […]
June 7, 2021

NASA’s Juno expected to make the closest visit to Jupiter’s biggest moon Ganymede in 20 years

No mission has gotten a good view of Jupiter’s largest moon since the year 2000, when NASA’s Galileo spacecraft passed it, which is the largest moon in […]
September 22, 2020
Inflatable Habitats to accommodate future human missions to Moon and Mars

Inflatable Habitats to accommodate future human missions to Moon and Mars

Currently, in the development stage, dozens of NASA officials and veteran astronauts are winding up a review of five space habitat models built by different companies.
June 27, 2020
NASA's ICON satellite

NASA’s ICON Space Weather Satellite

NASA’s ICON mission to discover where Earth’s weather meets space weather launched on 10th October in the evening at 10 p.m. Eastern Time from the Cape […]
May 16, 2020
NASA to Finance Habitats on Moon and Mars

NASA to Finance Habitats on Moon and Mars

With everyday advancement in space technology, it is the need of time that astronauts exploring the Moon or Mars should have smart habitats that will support […]