SWIM’s latest map of where water ice is likely to be located on Mars. Blue areas represent positive locations. (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Planetary Science Institute) The NASA-funded Subsurface Water Ice Mapping (SWIM) project released its fourth and most recent map of
Lisa Watson-Morgan, program manager for the Human Landing System program, moderates a fireside chat with Benji Reed, Sr. Director of Human Spaceflight Programs at SpaceX (left) and John Couluris, Sr. VP of Lunar Transportation at Blue Origin. Image: Will Robinson-Smith
https://spacenews.com/new-agreement-enables-u-s-launches-from-australian-spaceports/ Jeff Foust October 27, 2023 Equatorial Launch Australia announced in April an agreement with Phantom Space that could see it host launches of Phantom’s Daytona rocket. Credit: ELA HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The governments of Australia and the United
YouTuber Marcus House has an interesting video up about various plans for Lunar Exploration. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B57GDeirtJY “SpaceX’s Colossal Starship Superheavy launch vehicle! The largest rocket ever created, promises the ability to send massive payloads into orbit at an affordable cost, much
On November 1, NASA’s Lucy spacecraft will visit its first asteroid, Dinkinesh. Their meeting will be a critical, ultra-brief encounter between two of the loneliest drifters in the Solar System. Lucy has already been flying through space for two years.
Jeff Foust on SpaceNews has a story on the new target for ULA’s Vulcan Centaur launch: VEGAS — United Launch Alliance now plans to launch its first Vulcan Centaur rocket on Christmas Eve, carrying a commercial lunar lander. The company