Artemis Program

Astronauts Could Dust off Themselves and Equipment on the Moon With an Electron Beam

In the near future, astronauts could use a handheld electron beam to remove lunar dust from their suits and hardware.

5 months ago

It’s Official, Astronaut Bill Nelson is NASA’s new Administrator

Bill Nelson, a former astronaut, Senator, and longtime advocate for space, was recently sworn in as the 14th Administrator of…

6 months ago

NASA Picks SpaceX to Land Astronauts on the Moon!

NASA has selected SpaceX to develop the Human Landing System (HLS) that will bring the "first woman and next man"…

6 months ago

This Time NASA’s SLS Hotfire Goes the Full 8 Minutes

The Core Stage of NASA's SLS rocket passed its Hot Fire test with flying colors, remaining lit for over 8…

7 months ago

A 1-Stage, Fully Reusable Lunar Lander Makes the Most Sense for Returning Humans to the Moon

A study conducted by researchers from Moscow and MIT has determined that a reusable lunar lander is the best option…

7 months ago

Exploring the Moon’s Shadowed Regions Using Beamed Energy

NASA is exploring new concepts for its long-awaited return to the Moon, one of which promises to "beam" power wherever…

7 months ago

A Canadian Astronaut Will be on Artemis 2, Making it the Second Nation to Send Humans Into Deep Space (but not Walk on the Moon)

NASA and the Canadian Space Agency have announced that a Canadian astronaut will fly as part of the Artemis II…

10 months ago

Here are NASA’s Science Priorities for the Artemis Missions

NASA has released the Artemis III Science Definition Team Report, which defines the science operations that the "first woman and…

10 months ago

NASA and Seven Countries Sign the Artemis Accords for the Exploration of the Moon. Russia Declined to Participate

It looks like Russia is thumbing its nose at international cooperation on the Moon. They've refused to sign the Artemis…

1 year ago