NASA space – New Contract Could Change the Way We Approach Space Travel

NASA’s New Contract Could Change the Way We Approach Space Travel

NASA has signed an $18.8 million deal with BWXT Nuclear Energy, Inc. to develop nuclear thermal propulsion systems to help future space missions …
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It’s No Joke. NASA Needs Someone to Stop Us Polluting Outer Space

Last week it was reported that on August 14 NASA will begin accepting applications to become its new “Planetary Protection Officer.” The job post …
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RS-25 to fire up again in another controller test for SLS

Once again NASA, RS-25 prime contractor Aerojet Rocketdyne, and Stennis facilities contractor SyncomSpace Services (S3) will perform the test …
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Sunshield Layers Installed on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope as Mirror Cryo Cooling …

NASA’s $8.8 Billion James Webb Space Telescope is the most powerful space telescope ever built and is the scientific successor to the phenomenally …
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NASA’s Webb Telescope summertime deep-freeze continues

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope sits in Chamber A at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston awaiting the colossal door to close. Credit: …
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NASA Astronaut and Hubble Space Telescope Technician to Speak at WGU Sage Talks

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Story Musgrave, former NASA astronaut, surgeon, and professor of design, will speak at …
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Opinion: The space between Americans

Its 33rd and final mission ended just over six years ago, capping 30 years and 135 flights for NASA’s SpaceShuttle Program. Looking at the Atlantis, …
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