NASA’s Parker solar probe becomes the first rocket to ‘touch the sun’

After going through 990 days speeding through the solar system and zipping around Venus and our home star, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe has accomplished the feature goal of its mission: It “touched the sun.” All the more explicitly, an instrument aboard the probe, which was launched on Aug. 12, 2018, told researchers back on Earth… Continue reading NASA’s Parker solar probe becomes the first rocket to ‘touch the sun’

Amazon will launch the first two prototype internet satellites for the Project Kuiper constellation in 2022

Amazon expects to launch the first two prototype satellites for its gigantic Project Kuiper broadband constellation in the fourth quarter Q4 of 2022, which would be almost four years after SpaceX launched its first prototype Starlink satellites. The two spacecraft, known as KuiperSat-1 and KuiperSat-2, will take off from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Space Force Station… Continue reading Amazon will launch the first two prototype internet satellites for the Project Kuiper constellation in 2022

NASA postpones SpaceX Crew-3 launch to the International Space Station because of the storm and scheduled to November 3

NASA and SpaceX currently are focusing on 1:10 a.m. EDT Wednesday, November 3, for the organization’s Crew-3 launch to the International Space Station because of a huge storm system wandering across the Ohio Valley and through the northeastern United States this weekend, raising winds and waves in the Atlantic Ocean along the Crew Dragon flight… Continue reading NASA postpones SpaceX Crew-3 launch to the International Space Station because of the storm and scheduled to November 3

The US is planning to launch the new lunar mission Artemis 1 in Feb 2022

NASA is aiming to launch its uncrewed lunar mission Artemis 1 in February one year from now, the space organization said Friday, the first step in America’s plan to return people to the Moon. The office had at first would have liked to launch the test flight before the current year’s over, with astronauts set… Continue reading The US is planning to launch the new lunar mission Artemis 1 in Feb 2022

NASA LunaNet will illuminate the moon with wi-fi and Mars might be next

Neil Armstrong spoke the first words from the moon, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”, on July 20, 1969. After five decades NASA intends to associate the moon to Earth using a Lunar Network (LunaNet), before once again placing boots on the moon, and eventually to Mars and even past.… Continue reading NASA LunaNet will illuminate the moon with wi-fi and Mars might be next

Nasa’s Landsat-9, the most powerful Earth observation satellite, is ready to launch tonight

Nasa will launch one of its generally amazing and advanced satellites to monitor Earth on Monday, the Landsat-9 will hitch a ride on the United Launch Alliance rocket. The takeoff is scheduled for 2.12 pm EDT (11.42 pm IST) from the Vandenberg Space Force Base. Once into orbit, Landsat-9, alongside its sister satellite Landsat-8, will… Continue reading Nasa’s Landsat-9, the most powerful Earth observation satellite, is ready to launch tonight

NASA picks landing site for Moon automated rover mission

NASA is sending an automated rover to search for water-ice almost a pit at the Moon’s the South Pole. In 2023, the golf truck measured vehicle will land close to the western edge of Nobile Crater, a 73km-wide sorrow that is forever in shadow. The Viper mission will uphold plans for human investigation of the… Continue reading NASA picks landing site for Moon automated rover mission

CEO Elon Musk says SpaceX could launch a Starship to the moon for NASA ‘probably sooner’ than 2024

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says he might have the option to launch the organization’s monstrous new Starship to the moon for NASA “probably sooner” than the space office’s 2024 objective even despite contract and other deferrals. Starship was chosen as NASA’s lander of decision for the Artemis human landing framework (HLS) in April, yet two… Continue reading CEO Elon Musk says SpaceX could launch a Starship to the moon for NASA ‘probably sooner’ than 2024

SpaceX’s next Falcon 9 launch set to end the longest gap between Falcon launches in two years

NASA has affirmed that SpaceX’s next Falcon 9 launch is currently scheduled to happen no sooner than 3:37 am EDT (07:37 UTC) on Saturday, August 28th. Known as CRS-23, the cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) is vital for two significant reasons. In particular, CRS-23 will mark SpaceX’s first-ever reuse of an… Continue reading SpaceX’s next Falcon 9 launch set to end the longest gap between Falcon launches in two years

NASA and Tide collaborate to do laundry in space for humans to live on Mars

NASA and Procter & Gamble, owner of the Tide laundry brand, are cooperating to sort out shelter, air, water, and food for humans to live on Mars. “Tide has signed a Space Act Agreement with NASA to help in the development of laundry detergent solutions and technology development in space,” P&G said in a statement… Continue reading NASA and Tide collaborate to do laundry in space for humans to live on Mars