Statement of William H. Gerstenmaier Associate Administrator for Human Exploration and Operations National Aeronautics and Space Administration before the Subcommittee on Space Committee on Science, Space and Technology U. S. House of ... SpaceRef, 1 month ago
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Are we seeing the convergence of a century of space science and science fiction before our eyes? Will Musk and SpaceX make 2001 Space Odyssey a reality? (Photo Credit: NASA, Apple, SpaceX, Tesla Motors, MGM, Paramount Pictures, Illustration Judy ...Universe Today, 12 hours ago NASA Not Ready To Update Mars Mission Architecture Space News, 6 days ago ANALYSIS: Space Station maintaining orbit for now Flight International, 6 days ago NASA knew of rocket risks prior to explosion Houston Chronicle, 3 weeks ago
Posted by Jason Davis 28-01-2015 17:30 CST Topics: private spaceflight , future technology , human spaceflight , International Space Station , rockets Do you think John Elbon and Gwynne Shotwell are ...Planetary Society, 1 day ago Orion Returns to Earth after Successful Test Flight Planetary Society, 1 month ago How NASA Plans to Land Humans on Mars Planetary Society, 2 months ago
WASHINGTON — Recently released government documents offer more details about how Boeing and SpaceX won NASA commercial crew contracts last September, but also describe how agency officials evaluating the proposals were concerned about the ability ...Space News, 1 week ago
WASHINGTON — An initial analysis of data from Orion's first test flight last month indicates that the spacecraft performed better than expected in many respects, although NASA officials confirmed that this success won't accelerate its next test ...Space News, 2 weeks ago Lawmakers: Orion flight shows need for Mars mission USA Today, 1 month ago After historic Orion flight, NASA still faces challenges, GAO says Washington Post, 1 month ago These Photos from NASA's Orion Spaceship Test Flight Are Simply Awesome Space.com, 1 month ago
10:14 AM EST Sierra Nevada Dream Chaser (Photo : NASA) The U.S. Governmental Accountability Office (GAO) announced on Monday that it is rejecting Sierra Nevada's protest regarding the $6.8-billion space taxi contracts that NASA awarded to ...Hngn.com, 3 weeks ago Challenges for Orion and SLS Space Daily, 1 month ago Funding challenges for Orion and SLS PhysOrg.com, 1 month ago
Years before an unmanned rocket erupted in a fireball in October, NASA officials knew the metal in its 50-year-old Soviet-made engines could crack, causing fuel to leak and ignite, government documents show. As early as 2008, a NASA committee ...Military.com, 3 weeks ago Before explosion, NASA knew aging Soviet engines could crack, leak fuel Los Angeles Times, 3 weeks ago
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It's been quite a year. What better way to review the last 365 days than to examine, analyze, drool over and gush about the work of photojournalists and photographers, who worked to capture everything from protests to parades, scandals to celebrations, ...Huffington Post, 1 month ago
Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC) must end its protest over the loss of an award to deliver astronauts to the international space station. Following NASA's selection of Boeing and SpaceX for commercial crew transportation awards, SNC on Sept. 26 filed a ...Space News, 1 month ago
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. — NASA will weigh several factors when it makes a Dec. 16 decision on a plan for its Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM), including how well each option supports later human missions to Mars, according to the agency official ...Space News, 1 month ago
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