By The Space Report firstname.lastname@example.org. After more than a decade of planning, and seven years of space flight traversing more than 1 billion miles, a sample from the asteroid Bennu safely landed Earth at 8:52 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 24. Now, an international team of scientists will exami… Thank you for your interest in The…Read More
Space workers in India celebrated Wednesday’s landing of the nation’s Chandrayaan-3 probe, making it the fourth nation to safely land a spacecraft on the Moon, and had their efforts lauded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “India is on the Moon,” Modi boomed in a broadcast to the India’s 1.4 billion residents. The landing came as Modi was on a trip to South Africa, touting his nation as a model for growth at an economic conference also involving Brazil, Russia and China.Read More
There may be diamonds in the sky. The James Webb Space Telescope’s spectrometry gear identified carbon molecules in dust that formed during the universe’s infancy, but debate rages over just what they could be, the European Space Agency said in July.Read More
Officials from NASA and the U.S. State Department gathered in Madrid Tuesday as Science and Innovation Minister Diana Morant signed off for Spanish agreement to the Artemis Accords, marking the 25th nation to join the U.S.-led treaty to govern conduct in orbit and beyond.Read More
The Wild West regulatory environment in low Earth orbit was ranked as a top threat to space sustainability by a panel of experts convened for Space Symposium 365’s Space Matters webcast Thursday.
Clockwise from top left, panelists former Rep. Robert Walker, Carissa Christensen, former NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, and Patricia Cooper.Read More
NASA says its Artemis I flight set to launch as soon as late August will be an uncrewed lunar fly-by. The Paris-based European Space Agency would beg to differ. Shaun is leaving the happy confines of Mossy Bottom Farm to lead the flight around the Moon, an agency press release announced.Read More