NASA’s portable antennas help bring space data back to Earth

Spacecraft wouldn’t have to wait to talk to giant ground stations. Spacecraft don’t usually have much flexibility when it comes to sending data back to Earth: they either have to venture within range of a dedicated ground station or offload it by returning ‘

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NASA to launch SPHEREx mission to investigate the origins of our universe
on 17th of Feb 2019 NASA’s Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe . A further function of SPHEREx will be to identify targets which can be studied in more detail by future missions such as the long-awaited

NASA wants to jump-start development of landers to take humans to the Moon
(Feb 2019) NASA plans to release details of the first batch of 12 instruments next week. Some of these will include imaging and other scientific instruments as well as tools for prospecting the Moon to look for

NASA's New Millennium Program: Taking Risks to Reduce Future Danger
(Feb 2019) For just over a decade, NASA's New Millennium Program (NMP) developed technology-focused missions to gather science about the Earth and the solar system. The program's goal was to test emerging techno

NASA’s MacGyver of sensors is a 3D printed nanomaterial marvel
(Feb 2019) A potentially groundbreaking nanomaterial sensor could revolutionize how NASA explores planets, dramatically shrinking existing technologies into a far more capable form-factor. After refinement, the

NASA Wants to Return to the Moon as Early as This Year
(Feb 2019) There’s plenty of technology NASA wants to see established on the ground before humans are sent back to the moon – and a lot of it is meant to stand in for future Mars settlement as well.

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