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SpaceX Might Send Humans to the Moon Before 2024

SpaceX Thinks It Can Send Humans to the Moon Sooner than 2024 by Matt Williams | Universe Today It’s no secret that a new Space Race has been brewing over the past few years. This time, rather than being a … Continue reading

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New SpaceX Starship to Finally Land on the Moon

SpaceX has obtained the contract for NASA’s Project Artemis Human Landing System for Moon exploration. After a long hiatus, NASA is ready to resume sending astronauts to the Moon. SpaceX has been selected to provide the lunar lander that will … Continue reading

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NASA Is Working Hard to Learn How to Defend Earth from Giant Asteroids

Why Is NASA Working So Hard To Learn How To Defend The Earth From Giant Asteroids? by Michael Snyder | Activist Post Did you know that NASA is going to send a spacecraft on a suicide mission in an attempt … Continue reading

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Apollo Mission Uncovered a Hollow Moon

In 1969, NASA launched the Apollo 12 lunar landing mission, which set out to gather information about the Moon’s interior structure. Seismometers were placed at the landing site, and the Lunar Module’s ascent stage was later crashed into the Moon’s … Continue reading

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Space Junk Threatens Human Spacecraft

Space Debris and Human Spacecraft From: NASA Website More than 27,000 pieces of orbital debris, or “space junk,” are tracked by the Department of Defense’s global Space Surveillance Network (SSN) sensors. Much more debris — too small to be tracked, … Continue reading

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Extrasolar Object Interceptor Would Investigate Interstellar Objects in Our Solar System

What if we had the ability to chase down interstellar objects passing through our Solar System, like Oumuamua or Comet Borisov? Such a spacecraft would need to be ready to go at a moment’s notice, with the capacity to increase … Continue reading

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Simulation Shows That a Giant Asteroid Could Not Be Stopped by a Nuclear Bomb

The science fiction movies may be too optimistic. Giant Asteroid on Collision Course with Earth Could Not Be Stopped by a Nuclear Bomb, NASA Simulation Shows by Virgilio Marin | Natural News An asteroid simulation exercise led by the National … Continue reading

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NASA Planning a New Interstellar Spacecraft

Probing Deep Space With a New Interstellar Spacecraft by European Geosciences Union | SciTechDaily When the four-decades-old Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft entered interstellar space in 2012 and 2018, respectively, scientists celebrated. These plucky spacecraft had already traveled 120 … Continue reading

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The VASIMR Rocket Engine: To Mars in 39 Days

The VASIMR plasma rocket engine is capable of propelling a spacecraft to Mars in about 39 days. This advanced space propulsion system has been developed by the Ad Astra Rocket Company (AARC) headed by former NASA astronaut Dr. Franklin Chang … Continue reading

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NASA Considering Construction of Radio Telescope on Far Side of the Moon

Researchers are pinning their hopes on the telescope to study the very onset of the universe without the process being disturbed by radio interference from Earth. The Lunar Crater Radio Telescope, to be planted on the moon’s far side, would … Continue reading

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There’s a 95% Chance of an Earth-Like Planet Within 20 Light Years

Based on Kepler Data, There’s a 95% Chance of an Earth-Like Planet Within 20 Light Years by Matt Williams | Universe Today In the past few decades, the study of exoplanets has grown by leaps and bounds, with 4296 confirmed … Continue reading

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The Mercury 7 Astronauts: NASA’s First Space Travelers

The Mercury program represented NASA’s first human spaceflight program, with the aim to see if humans could function effectively in space for a few minutes or hours at a time. NASA’s first seven astronauts, the Mercury 7, were chosen in … Continue reading

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The Lunar Landers for NASA’s next Trip Back to the Moon

SpaceX, Blue Origin and Dynetics Will Build Human Lunar Landers for NASA’s next Trip Back to the Moon by Darrell Etherington | TechCrunch NASA has selected the companies that will provide them with the human landing system for their Artemis … Continue reading

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The Apollo 13 Space Emergency & Safe Return to Earth

April 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of the ill-fated Apollo 13 moon mission that almost ended in disaster. Fortunately, the astronauts were able to return safely to the Earth due to the heroic efforts of NASA and the astronauts themselves. … Continue reading

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The New Space Race of the 2020’s

This documentary is about the NASA program to return to the Moon, the space projects of several billionaires, space tourism, and other developments. Source: ColdFusion Video

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