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SpaceX, NASA give ‘go’ for astronaut launch next week from Space Coast Updated: 8:57 PM EDT Apr 15, 2021 Hide Transcript Show Transcript 15 MINUTES. WESH 2’S DAN BILLOW JOINS US LIVE FROM KENNEDY SPACE CENTER WITH MORE. DAN: THAT REVIEW IS TAKING A LITTLE LONGER THAN SCHEDULED, THEY WERE TO HAVE AN ANNOUNCEMENT AT …

A NASA video shows the area for the proposed park at Stennis Space Center, Miss. » The combined impact of two  parks in close proximity would give the I-10 region a magnet that has proven successful in other areas with NASA operations. The John C. Stennis Space Center and NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility have both …

NASA’s Artemis program, already slated to send the first woman to the moon in 2024, will also send the first person of color to the moon. Acting NASA Administrator Steve Jurczyk revealed the additional mission objective in a news release Friday praising a freshly released Biden administration budget proposal that would give the agency $24.7 …

San Diego will make its mark on space this weekend when a piece of a local business’s technology will help power a tiny helicopter as it hovers over Mars. Qualcomm took a huge part in what’s expected to be a historic moment by developing the technology that will power Ingenuity’s flight. Ingenuity, a light helicopter …

Soyuz Crew Launch to the International Space Station  NASA Russian cosmonauts, NASA astronaut launch to the space station  CNN You can watch a Soyuz rocket launch a US-Russian crew to the International Space Station early Friday  Space.com A device on earth has been moved for the first time by an astronaut in space. The ground-breaking ex  AP Archive NASA …

Update 2:25 p.m. ET: Belly flop success! The cables suspending the Orion capsule above the water disconnected, and the researchers got a great look at how the spacecraft would fall in a real-world setting. Future tests will include a drop from a greater height and a “swing test,” in which the module is launched like …

PEORIA, ILLINOIS – Bradley University student Zach Bachmann didn’t grow up thinking he’d be an astronaut. “I’m short, blind and asthmatic, so I can’t really be an astronaut if I wished to,” he said. But a lifelong interest in video games and computers is putting him at the center of a nationwide effort to boost …

The test took place at NASA’s Stennis Space Center outside Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, and began at 4:40 p.m. ET. The test lasted for just over eight minutes. “The SLS is the most powerful rocket NASA has ever built, and during today’s test the core stage of the rocket generated more than 1.6 million pounds …

Amateur puzzle fans delighted this week when NASA revealed it had hidden a secret color-coded message on the parachute for the Perseverance rover that landed on Mars last week. The message, written by systems engineer Ian Clark in binary code through alternating white and orange strips on the 70-foot chute, spelled out the NASA motto …

Perseverance’s Descent & Touchdown on Mars: Rover Descent Camera POV (Official NASA Clip)  NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory NASA releases stunning new video of Perseverance rover landing on Mars  Yahoo! Voices Incredible Image From Perseverance’s Landing Released, With More Footage Coming Soon  IFLScience Perseverance Rover’s Descent and Touchdown on Mars (Official NASA Video)  NASA Humans had never seen a spacecraft …