A scorched platform, fried cameras, broken pipes, and a busted elevator are among the casualties of last week’s launch of NASA’s SLS rocket. Mobile Launcher 1 and Launch Complex 39B at Kennedy Space Center will require repairs, but NASA says they’ll be ready for the next Artemis mission.
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NASA has found a new launch provider for its extreme weather observation satellites. The agency announced Wednesday that it has selected Rocket Lab to launch its Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation structure and storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats (TROPICS) satellites across two launches in late spring next year. The missions, which will take place […] NASA selects Rocket Lab to launch TROPICS satellites by Aria Alamalhodaei originally published on TechCrunch
On its way to the furthest distance ever traveled from Earth, Artemis has captured some truly stunning images of our planet and Moon.
Artemis 1 will also be beating Apollo 13's record for the furthest distance traveled by spacecraft.
NASA's Artemis 1 has captured strikingly detailed close-ups of the moon on its sixth day in space.
Rocket Lab USA, Inc. has been selected by NASA to launch the Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation Structure and Storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats (TROPICS) mission, as part of […]
NASA has released a stunning slow motion video showing its new Space Launch System rocket blasting off from Kennedy Space Center last week.
NASA has released a stunning slow motion video showing its new Space Launch System rocket blasting off from Kennedy Space
NASA’s Orion spacecraft was placed in lunar orbit Friday, officials said, as the much-delayed Moon mission proceeded successfully. A little over a week after the spacecraft blasted off from Florida bound for the Moon, flight controllers “successfully performed a burn to insert Orion into a distant retrograde orbit,” the US space agency said on its […]
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