To ensure that their payloads can get to the Moon, NASA is one again enlisting the help of HeroX to help them crowdsource innovative solutions!
NASA recently awarded contracts to fourteen companies to develop technologies that will help them return to the Moon, and stay there!
NASA has announced that it is investing in ten small business concepts that will allow astronauts to explore the Moon in a sustainable way.
Engineers at NASA’s Stennis Space Center have resumed tests of the Core Stage of the Space Launch System (SLS) in anticipation of its inaugural launch next year.
NASA has announced that the Lunar Gateway could be launched in the coming years using the Falcon Heavy or another commercial provider.
NASA recently announced the three companies that will be building lunar landing systems to take astronauts back to the Moon – SpaceX, Blue Origin, and Dynetics.
As anticipated, NASA has announced that the Lunar Gateway will no longer be part of their “return to the Moon” with Project Artemis.
Meet VIPER, NASA’s new lunar rover, equipped with a drill to probe the Moon’s surface and look for water ice. VIPER, or Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, will carry a one-meter drill and will use it to map out water resources at the Moon’s south pole. It’s scheduled to be on the lunar surface by …
The commercial delivery company Astriobiotic will be working with the ULA to send payloads to the Moon for NASA beginning in 2021.
By prioritizing speed over sustainability, the current US administration may be sacrificing NASA’s long-term goals of establishing a presence on the Moon and going to Mars.