Project Artemis

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.

2 months ago

SLS Will be Tested Again in About 3 Weeks

In three weeks, NASA will be conducting its second hot fire test with the SLS. If all goes well, the…

6 months ago

SLS Hot Fire Test Should Have Lasted 8 Minutes, Not 1

NASA accomplished a major milestone today when it conducted a Hot Fire Test of the SLS Core Stage, firing all…

7 months ago

NASA Announces its Artemis Astronauts: 18 People Training to Fly to the Moon

NASA has announced the names of the 18 astronauts that make up the Artemis Team. A select few, and some…

7 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…

8 months ago

The Moon has Resources, but Not Enough to Go Around

A new study led by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics explains how the Moon may not have enough resources to…

8 months ago

A 100-Meter Rotating Liquid Mirror Telescope on the Moon? Yes Please.

A team from UT Austin has renewed a proposal for a liquid-mirror telescope on the Moon that could study the…

9 months ago

Lunar Dust is Still One of The Biggest Challenges Facing Moon Exploration

The ESA is investing in research that will lead to spacesuits and materials that can handle one of the biggest…

9 months ago

NASA is Looking for Ideas on How to Jump-Start a Lunar Economy!

To ensure that their payloads can get to the Moon, NASA is one again enlisting the help of HeroX to…

9 months ago

NASA Announces the Discovery of Water in the Sunlit Parts of the Moon

A new study, based on SOFIA data, has found that water can exist in sunlit areas on the Moon, not…

9 months ago