Four Volunteers are Needed by NASA to Live and Work Inside a Mars Simulator for a Year

Ever pondered what it might be like to inhabit Mars? NASA has created a simulation that allows you to experience life on the Red Planet. To assist them become ready for human exploration of the planet, the space agency is searching for volunteers to spend Continue Reading

NASA’s New Satellite to Investigate Atmosphere and Oceans has Launched

A new satellite from NASA, an American space agency, has been launched with the goal of intensively studying the world’s atmosphere and seas. On February 8, NASA launched the PACE satellite. PACE was launched into orbit from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center by a SpaceX Falcon Continue Reading

Third Commercial Space Flight Facilitated by NASA Completes Without Incident

In an effort to expand NASA’s commercial space ventures, the third private astronaut flight to the International Space Station was a success. Friday saw the safe return of Axiom Mission 3 (Ax-3) and its four crew members, splashing down off the shore of Daytona, Florida. Continue Reading

Science equipment is sent by NASA’s Europa Clipper to investigate Jupiter’s ocean moon

NASA plans to fly a spacecraft to Europa, an icy marble that is one of Jupiter’s 92 known moons, in October. The primary goal of the probe? to assist researchers in determining whether Europa can sustain life as we know it. The government sent a Continue Reading

The latest flight log for NASA’s little helicopter on Mars is available

The space agency declared on Thursday that rotor blade damage has rendered the 4-pound (1.8-kg) Ingenuity helicopter unfit for flight. Officially, its $85 million mission is ended, but it’s still upright and in communication with flight controllers, according to officials. Originally designed as a temporary Continue Reading

A quiet supersonic aircraft is unveiled by NASA in an attempt to boost commercial travel

In keeping with its goal of enabling commercial supersonic travel, NASA has unveiled a unique quiet supersonic aircraft. The X-59 is an experimental aircraft that NASA unveiled on Friday at a joint event with Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, California. Its predicted top speed 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

NASA equipment will be deployed on the commercial lunar lander Peregrine

NASA is attempting to strike a balance between the science it can do, the difficulties of landing on the moon, and other changing concerns as it gets ready for the first launch of a commercial lunar lander carrying agency-sponsored payloads. On January 4, United Launch Continue Reading

On Mars, NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter established a new record for flight distance

Since arriving on the planet in February 2021, NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter—technically a rotorcraft—has made dozens of tiny aerial excursions across Mars; however, its most recent flight set a new record for the tiny aircraft. According to its flight log, Ingenuity’s 69th flight on December 21st, Continue Reading

Live View: SpaceX to Send off Euclid — Europe’s Dull Universe Telescope

The European Space Organization (ESA) is preparing for the send off of its profoundly expected mission to investigate the grandiose clouded side. The Euclid space telescope is booked to send off ready a SpaceX Bird of prey 9 rocket on Saturday at 11:11 a.m. ET, Continue Reading