NASA

Boeing's Starliner Spacecraft Safely Touches Down In New Mexico

Posted in Hardware, Science on 31st May, 2022
by Alex Muller

"With the completion of OFT-2, we will incorporate lessons learned and continue working to prepare for the crewed flight test and NASA certification"

The biggest space telescope of all time has finally gotten off the ground

Posted in Hardware, Science on 27th Dec, 2021
by Alex Muller

As of now we wait for the telescope to finish its full deployment so that its scientific mission can begin.

NASA pushes back its plans for a crewed lunar landing to 2025

Posted in Science on 15th Nov, 2021
by Alex Muller

Where Apollo put humans on the Moon in only eight years after its starting from scratch with no more than some vague concepts, the current Artemis project has yet to repeat that event, despite beginning in 2012 and inheriting decades of knowledge and technological advances.

NASA scientists may have solved a vanishing methane mystery on Mars

Posted in Science on 3rd Jul, 2021
by Alex Muller

There is a hitherto unknown process at work in the Martian atmosphere that is destroying the methane quickly, before it can collect.

Astronauts successfully roll out and power up new solar arrays on ISS

Posted in Science on 3rd Jul, 2021
by Alex Muller

NASA and its partners are locked in a constant cycle of repair, refurbishment and replacement in order to keep the station in working order.