Artemis Program

The Moon's Southern Ice is Relatively Young

According to new research from the PSI, water ice found within permanently-shadowed craters on the Moon is younger than previously…

2 weeks ago

China Reveals Its Lunar Lander Design

China has released artist renditions of the spacecraft and lander module that will send the first taikonauts to the Moon.

3 weeks ago

Spacecraft Could Shuttle Astronauts and Supplies to and From the Moon on a Regular Basis

A team of scientists calculated the orbital trajectory for a spacecraft that will make regular trips between the Earth and…

2 months ago

A Massive Solar Storm was Detected on Earth, Mars, and the Moon

The coronal mass ejection on October 28th, 2021, was measured by missions on Earth, the Moon, and Mars for the…

2 months ago

NASA Astronauts Get a New Ride at Kennedy Space Center

In its continued support for the Artemis missions, a three fully-electric, environmentally friendly, and specially designed vehicles were recently delivered…

2 months ago

Does Beaming Power in Space Make Sense at the Moon?

The ESA is conducting a study to assess the potential for building space based solar power satellites... on the Moon!

2 months ago

NASA Artemis DIMPLE Instrument Suite to Explore Moon’s Mysterious Volcanic Features

NASA recently selected a new science payload that will travel to the Moon through a series of robotic missions via…

3 months ago

Artemis Accords Adds 25th, 26th, and 27th Signatory Countries

NASA recently welcomed the newest signatories of the Artemis Accords as Spain, Ecuador, and India became the 25th, 26th, and…

3 months ago

Astronauts Will Be Tracking Dust Into the Lunar Gateway. Is This a Problem?

A NASA-supported study examines how lunar regolith could impact the Gateway and other aspects of NASA's Artemis Program.

4 months ago

If We Can Master Artificial Photosynthesis, We Can Thrive in Space

In a recent study, a team led by the University of Warwick propose a new type of life support system…

4 months ago