NASA postpones Mars helicopter Ingenuity’s controlled fight to April 11, 2021

When the Perseverance Rover left for Mars in July 2020, tucked in the vehicle’s belly was National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) Ingenuity helicopter set to make trips around Mars’s atmosphere soon. The historic flight was scheduled to take off on April 8, but there have been changes to the date. According to a tweet […]

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NASA conducts a fire test on Space Launch System

The fascination with the Cosmos has been fundamental and long-lasting. Humans are pushed to conquer the unseen, find new universes, test the limitations of science and technology, and then go further and further. For decades, the culture has gained from the innate drive to discover and test the limits of what humans understand and where […]

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NASA has invited SpaceX to deploy a cubesat flight

A proposal from SpaceX, which appeared to propose a vehicle besides its present Falcon 9 or the Falcon Heavy, was submitted to a NASA contest to deploy a constellation of cubesats. The source specification statement for the Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation Structure and Storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats (TROPICS) flight, a collection of six […]

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NASA should build a personnel and infrastructure plan, according to a safety panel

A safety panel urged NASA to take a comprehensive look at its personnel and infrastructure requirements. The agency’s control of its human spaceflight activities expands to include greater positions for businesses. Leaders of NASA’s Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) met on February 18 to reinforce questions posed in the agency’s annual report, which noted that […]

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