NASA's First Artemis Launch Begins A New Age In Space Exploration

Posted in Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

The launch of Artemis I is a significant milestone in space exploration, and marks the beginning of an exciting new era of human spaceflight that could ultimately lead us further into the solar system than we've ever gone before.

NASA could build a future lunar base from 3D-printed moon-dust bricks

Posted in Science on 28th Oct, 2022
by Alex Muller

Apart from the structural stability, one of the chief benefits would be a dramatic reduction in material costs for the Artemis lunar base.

NASA Artemis Now Days From Launch and Orion Lunar Flyby

Posted in Science on 26th Aug, 2022
by Alex Muller

It has cost over $40 billion to get to this point and many years of delays. Hopefully it will be a successful mission!

Moon Caves May Offer Year-Round Comfortable Temperatures

Posted in Science on 28th Jul, 2022
by Alex Muller

Scientists have measured the temperature in a moon pit in the Mare Tranquillitatis, and found it to be quite comfortable.

NASA Pursues Nuclear Option For Providing Power On The Moon

Posted in Hardware on 25th Jun, 2022
by Alex Muller

"The Fission Surface Power project is a very achievable first step toward the United States establishing nuclear power on the Moon," said Idaho National Laboratory Director John Wagner.