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NASA has added five companies to its commercial lunar lander program

WASHINGTON – NASA announced on November 18 that it was adding five companies to a contract to perform commercial delivery of payloads over the moon, a group that ranges from small ventures to Blue Origin and SpaceX. NASA says five companies – Blue Origin, Ceres Robotics, Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), SpaceX and Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems – have been selected to …

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How big is Space Travel in the Environment?

Fad Astra. Here's the thing: space tourism is coming. Unavoidable. In fact, Elon Musk has technically launched a trip to the International Space Station (ISS) that can carry up to four people per trip. In addition, in June, NASA said it would open the ISS to new commercial opportunities. And on its heels, in September, it was announced that Richard …

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Elon Musk's WiFi Satellites Block Astronomers' Sky Views

Astronomers are concerned that a small satellite swarm launched by the SpaceX rocket firm Elon Musk last week will destroy deep observations in space of distant stars and galaxies. And they tell people about it. On November 11, SpaceX launched 60 "Starlink" satellites in orbit, bringing the total constellation size to 122 – one of the largest satellite networks in …

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NASA Just Confirms There Are Water Plows Above Jupiter's Moon Europe

A team led by researchers outside NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, has confirmed traces of water vapor above the surface of Jupiter's icy moon Europe. And that's a big deal as the small space is one of NASA's highest priority targets for extraterrestrial life, according to the agency. "While scientists have never been able to detect liquid …

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Water vapor was detected during Jupiter Europe

This adds to the intrigue of other previously discovered factors related to the potential for life in Europe. The findings were published in the journal Nature Astronomy on Monday. The research team observed Europe using the WM Keck Observatory in Hawaii – one of the largest telescopes in the world – for 17 nights between 2016 and 2017. In one …

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Leonid meteor showers give stargazers a chance to break free, Leonid meteor showers give prizes to cold-pressed stargazers

Photographer Matt Dasher climbed Brasstown Bald, the highest point in the state of Georgia, late Saturday and caught a meteor as it pierced behind the observation deck. ! "he told CNN. Leonid meteor showers occur when the Comet Tempel-Tuttle crosses Earth's orbit. Debris from the comet burns in the sky, creating fireballs. experts expect between 10-15 meteors per hour. It …

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Boeing seems to be angry with the NASA inspector general

Strengthening / The concept of a Starliner artist on top of an Atlas V rocket. Boeing Last week. The NASA inspector general has released a report critical of NASA's $ 287 million overpayment to Boeing for Starliner spacecraft operations flights. "In our judgment, additional compensation is not required," the agency's inspector general, Paul Martin, wrote in his report. For the …

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Only 'Boeing & # 39; safety review from NASA as SpaceX got the full review

Such an in-depth investigation of corporate cultures would be time-consuming and expensive, requiring changes in contracts awarded to companies. Ultimately, NASA agreed to pay SpaceX $ 5 million for its review, and it went ahead. Boeing, however, said the review would require an additional payment of about $ 25 million, according to a person familiar with the negotiations. NASA balked …

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