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SpaceX executive pitch Starship for space cleaning – Spaceflight Today

File photo by Gwynne Shotwell, president and chief operating officer of SpaceX. Credit: NASA / Jay Westcott SpaceX could use its Starship spacecraft to clean up the remnants of space in Earth’s orbit, along with the program’s more public purpose to carry people and cargo to the moon and Mars, a company executive said. Gwynne Shotwell, president and chief operating …

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NASA Discovered A Rare Metal Asteroid Worth $ 10,000 Quadrillion

Rendering by a NASA Psyche spacecraft artist. Arizona State University Forget the moon water, NASA now hurts gold. NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope discovered a rare, heavy and very important asteroid called the “16 Psyche” in the main asteroid belt of the Solar System between Mars and Jupiter. The Asteroid Psyche is located approximately 230 million miles (370 million kilometers) from …

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NASA’s Perseverance Rover Is Midway to Mars

Sometimes a half step can be a good thing – especially on a trip this long. The agency’s latest rover has only about 146 million miles left to reach the destination. NASA‘s Mars The 2020 Sustainable rover mission has logged many flight miles since its ascent to heaven on July 30 – 146.3 million miles (235.4 million kilometers) to be …

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NASA and Europe Officially Sign Deal to Build Orbital Moon Base

Gateway Station On Tuesday, NASA announced that it had formally partnered with the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop Gateway, the space station it plans to launch into orbit around the Moon. Going forward, the Gateway station – which means to allow long-term exploration of the moon by serving as a central ground between the galaxy and the moon’s surface …

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