Due to protests filed by Blue Origin and Dynetics, NASA has called for a stop-work order on the SpaceX Human Landing System (HLS).
NASA has selected SpaceX to develop the Human Landing System (HLS) that will bring the “first woman and next man” to the Moon in 2024!
The ionic propulsion system that will allow the Lunar Gateway to orbit the Moon just got its first test, and passed with flying colors
A study conducted by researchers from Moscow and MIT has determined that a reusable lunar lander is the best option for “returning to the Moon.”
According to a recent statement, NASA has contracted SpaceX to launch the core elements of the Gateway to the Moon with the Falcon Heavy by 2024.
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.