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Starship will make its maiden orbital flight NEXT MONTH: Elon Musk reveals target launch date ...

The Daily Mail 06 Feb 2023
No spacecraft is currently capable of sending humans to the Red Planet — but all that could change with the development of Starship ... You might remember SLS for successfully delivering the Orion spacecraft to orbit last November as part of the Artemis I mission that saw it fly around the moon and back.
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Cosmic seaplanes and self-growing bricks could help us explore other worlds

CNN 04 Feb 2023
A version of this story appeared in CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free here ... This week, astronomers discovered a rarity ... Defying gravity Artemis II, the first crewed lunar mission of NASA’s Orion spacecraft, is aiming to launch in 2024 on a 10-day journey around the moon ... .
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NASA, DARPA working on nuclear-powered rocket that could go to Mars

The Spokesman-Review 03 Feb 2023
When NASA’s Orion spacecraft returned to Earth from its trip around the moon last month, it was moving blazingly fast, nearly 25,000 mph, or 32 times the speed of sound ... The path to Mars, he wrote, would require the far more efficient propulsion with speeds that could double Orion’s recently velocity that nuclear power could provide.
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NASA and DARPA are working on a nuclear-powered rocket that could go to Mars

Stars and Stripes 03 Feb 2023
When NASA's Orion spacecraft returned to Earth from its trip around the moon last month, it was moving blazingly fast, nearly 25,000 mph, or 32 times the speed of sound ... The path to Mars, he wrote, would require the far more efficient propulsion with speeds that could double Orion's recently velocity that nuclear power could provide.
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Forty-Three Youth Representing 37 States Selected by STEM Next Opportunity Fund’s Million Girls Moonshot Initiative ...

The Joplin Globe 01 Feb 2023
“As national partners on the Million Girls Moonshot, Lockheed Martin is committed to preparing the next generation of diverse STEM talent and inspiring future explorers that could someday ride on the Lockheed Martin-built Orion spacecraft,” says Matthew Swibel, Vice President, Enterprise Communications and Social Impact, at Lockheed Martin ... CONTACT.
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NASA and DARPA Will be Testing a Nuclear Rocket in Space

Universe Today 27 Jan 2023
Since the early Space Age, NASA and other space agencies have considered multiple proposals for nuclear spacecraft ... Lastly, longer trips require more supplies and storage space, which is limited aboard the Orion spacecraft, which acts as a command room, dormitory, and dining hall for its crew.
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How cells could help Artemis astronauts exercise

Phys Dot Org 26 Jan 2023
However, astronauts will not have the same option while in transit to Mars since their vehicles (the Orion spacecraft) have significantly less volume ... The mission architecture for Artemis is the Orion spacecraft, which will transport crews of four astronauts to the Moon.
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Study Shows How Cells Could Help Artemis Astronauts Exercise

Universe Today 25 Jan 2023
However, astronauts will not have the same option while in transit to Mars since their vehicles (the Orion spacecraft) have significantly less volume ... The mission architecture for Artemis is the Orion spacecraft, which will transport crews of four astronauts to the Moon.
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Beyond the hype, failure still is a big part of the space industry

Stars and Stripes 25 Jan 2023
Recently, NASA completed a successful Artemis I mission sending the Orion spacecraft, without any astronauts on board, into orbit around the moon ... And Orion’s triumphant splashdown in the Pacific Ocean last month paved the way for the Artemis II mission, which would carry astronauts to the moon.
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WATCH: Dr. James Richey – Visionary Transformed Eastern Florida State College Into Top Institution of ...

Space Coast Daily 24 Jan 2023
EASTERN FLORIDA STATE students in the Aerospace Technology and Engineering Program apprentice at companies such as Lockheed Martin, leading the front lines of space exploration with the NASA Orion spacecraft that will deliver astronauts back to the moon and beyond to Mars.
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NASA to hunt for aliens using new ‘cutting-edge’ laser technology, researchers say

Beatrice Daily Sun 23 Jan 2023
In this photo provided by NASA, guests at the Banana Creek viewing site wait for the launch of NASA's Space Launch System rocket carrying the Orion spacecraft on the Artemis I flight test, Tuesday, Nov ... NASA's Space Launch System rocket carrying the Orion spacecraft launches on the Artemis I flight test, Wednesday, Nov.
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B.C. researcher unveils space yeast that could enable deep-space travel

Castanet 22 Jan 2023
In November, NASA’s most powerful rocket ever built blasted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, launching the Orion spacecraft on a moonshot many hope will mark the start of a new push to explore deep space ... The Earth and the moon seen from a camera mounted on one of the Orion spacecraft's solar arrays.
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Discovery in India reveals intimate details about lives of some of the largest dinosaurs

CNN 21 Jan 2023
A version of this story appeared in CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free here ... However, unlike most bird species, titanosaurs weren’t doting parents ... The most powerful rocket ever flown provided the propulsion needed to send the Orion spacecraft on a journey around the moon and back ... .
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New Boeing Airplane Gets a Big Boost From NASA

The Post and Courier 20 Jan 2023
The future of air travel may not be as far off as you think. NASA had quite the 2022, and it appears to be starting 2023 with equal momentum and excitement.� ... The mission was delayed several times ... testing the Orion spacecraft's heat capabilities and� reestablishing protocol and exploration techniques for future exploration of the moon and Mars.�.

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