Chang’e-6 Departs for Earth Carrying the First Samples from the Far Side of the Moon

The Chang’e-6 spacecraft from China is traveling to Earth to deliver samples that were gathered on the moon’s far side. Around June 21, the Chang’e-6 service module most likely started its engines in preparation for a trans-Earth injection. The spacecraft is currently in the last Continue Reading

Moon of Saturn Methane Seas are Causing Coastal Erosion on Titan

Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, has craggy beaches that seem to have been sculpted by waves surrounding its lakes and methane seas. A NASA mission scheduled to launch in 2028 may provide a closer look at these features. Other than Earth, Titan is the only body Continue Reading

China’s Chang’e 6 Sample Mission to the far Side of the Moon is About to Begin Counting Down

As the nation moves closer to its goal of landing a person on the moon by 2030, China’s Chang’e 6 robotic mission is scheduled to launch this week with the goal of returning samples from the moon’s far side for the first time. The Chang’e Continue Reading

A New Research Discloses the Moon’s ‘Turned Itself Inside Out’

Most scientists concur that the Moon formed approximately 4.5 billion years ago, following Earth’s collision with a planetoid resembling Mars. For what happened next, there are a plethora of models and theories. According to the University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory’s most recent analysis, Continue Reading

NASA postpones the moon landing of astronauts until at least 2026

NASA has revealed that the Artemis program, which intends to send humans back to the moon this decade in the midst of a resurgent global drive for lunar exploration, is experiencing some significant delays. At a press conference on Tuesday, NASA officials announced that the Continue Reading