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NASA's new Artemis spacesuits make it easy for astronauts of all sizes to move on the moon – TechCrunch

NASA unveiled new space suits designed specifically for the Artemis generation, aiming to bring the first American woman and American man to the lunar surface by 2024 and provide flexibility, basically in every respect. NASA unveiled a full-length out-of-vehicle suit on the lunar surface as well as a flight suit for transport into the lunar orbit. Directed by NASA Administrator …

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Veteran astronauts support NASA's program to return to the moon

Enlarge / In May, Orion's test version, which is attached to the Ascent Abort-2 crash test system, arrives at Space 46 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. On Monday, several experienced astronauts approved NASA's plan to return to the moon during a Houston conference. They described the goal of landing people there by 2024, but rather as …

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Why NASA's Annoyed About Elon Musk's Giant Rocket

SpaceX has never flown into space in its Dragon crew, its first crew-capable spacecraft. But already the company is showing off its much bigger, much shinier cousin: the Starship, built in Boca Chica, a coastal village at the southeastern tip of Texas, as part of a plan to carry giant crews into deep space. And NASA's administrator is bristling. That's …

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Asteroid News: NASA's "Big Problem of Total Destruction" Defense Uncovered by Scientists | Science | news

Asteroids are the small rocky bodies in the inner solar system that orbit the sun. Millions of them fly through space and their collisions – so-called impact events – have shaped many planets significantly. NASA constantly observes the sky and categorizes near-earth objects (NEOs) as potentially dangerous objects (PHOs) if they could pose a threat to life on Earth. In …

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NASA's InSight robot fights against Mars to save an important tool – the BGR

NASA's InSight Lander has been resting safely on Mars for almost a year and doing some really great work. Most of the robot's sensitive instruments have worked as intended, sending back data and records of seismic activity on the dusty planet. One of the tools, the so-called "mole", however, has fallen far short of expectations. The instrument should bang itself …

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