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Space Safety Coalition
We are now members of Space Safety Coalition Another recognition for our research in Space Safety and Sustainability. #safety #SpaceSustainability #Sustainability Read more
Watch Live! SpaceX launches Axiom Space Ax-2 crew to space station
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the four private astronauts of the Ax-2 mission toward the International Space Station today (May 21) at 5:37 p.m. EDT (2137 GMT).  Read more
Blue Origin will build NASA’s new moon lander for Artemis astronauts
It’s the second Artemis crew lander after SpaceX’s Starship, which was selected in 2021. A moon lander built by Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin will be the second system that takes NASA astronauts to the lunar surface, agency officials announced today (May 19). A consortium led by Blue Origin won the second... Read more
SpaceX Ax-2 private astronaut mission is ‘go’ for May 21 launch
Ax-2 will send four people to the International Space Station for an eight-day stay. The second-ever private astronaut mission to the International Space Station (ISS) remains on track to lift off this weekend. NASA, SpaceX and Houston company Axiom Space held a flight readiness review (FRR) today (May 15) for the Ax-2... Read more
Russian Space Walk
Russian cosmonauts perform spacewalk outside International Space StationTwo Russian cosmonauts will perform a 7-hour spacewalk outside the International Space Station (ISS) today (May 12) Read more
Seismic waves inside Mars’ core hint at how it became hostile to life
The data collected with the InSight lander revealed properties of the Martian core that could indicate why it is unfriendly to life. Seismic waves have been observed traveling through the core of Mars for the first time, revealing details of the composition of the Red Planet’s heart.  The results... Read more
China’s Zhurong Mars rover finds signs of recent water activity on Red Planet
Martian water played a major role in creating intriguing surface features on miniature sand dunes, scientists say. Scientists studying data from China’s Zhurong rover have for the first time found cracked layers on tiny Martian dunes, which imply the Red Planet was a salt-rich watery world as recently as... Read more
SpaceX launches 3 satellites to orbit on 6h-ever Falcon Heavy mission
SpaceX launched its powerful Falcon Heavy rocket for the sixth time ever on Sunday (April 30), sending three satellites to distant geostationary orbit. The Falcon Heavy lifted off from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida Sunday at 8:26 p.m. EDT (0026 GMT on Monday, May 1), carrying three satellites aloft after... Read more
The first detailed look at Mars’s most mysterious moon Deimos
A moon of Mars showed off its pockmarked face in an unprecedented closeup view. Deimos, one of the small moons of Mars, was imaged by the Hope Mars mission from as close as 60 miles (100 km), the closest look yet. The flashy new imagery was released Monday (April 24) as... Read more
Course on Space Robotics
The course “Introduction to Lunar and Martian Robotics” is on lineat Mars City Academy: With this course you will learn wherever you are all the fundamentals and also more on the design of planetary robotics.Start to build now your robots for space exploration! including the robotsnecessary for the exploration... Read more