NASA has selected three American companies – Blue Origin, Dynetics and SpaceX – to design and develop human landing systems for the Artemis program.
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NASA unveils its plan for Artemis Base Camp on the Moon, home to four astronauts in 2024, to get them also prepared for first trip
NASA attaches first of 4 RS-25 engines to Artemis I rocket stage at Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans.
Astronauts will test a new NASA’s $23 million microgravity toilet on the Space Station, to see if it is suitable for future Moon and Mars
Technicians at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida recently finished meticulously applying more than 180 blocks of ablative material to the heat shield for the
NASA offering prizes for toilet concepts for the Artemis Moon missions.
NASA’s current fleet of spacesuits was built in 1974, each was reported to cost between $15 million and $22 million, and today, that would be
We are returning to the Moon – to stay – and this is how we are going!
Test version of Orion capsule recovered in the Pacific Ocean by the US Navy.
Media and social media followers got an up-close look at the completed core stage of our powerful new Space Launch System rocket during “Artemis Day,”