NASA News

What’s Up for September? Your Personal NASA Guide to the Night Sky What’s up for September? Venus returns to the morning sky, the Harvest Moon, and dark sky observers can […]

CAPSTONE – GPS for the Moon

Image SpotlightCAPSTONE, short for Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment, successfully tested a navigation technology akin to Earth’s GPS for the first time in May, advancing a […]

NASA News

Mini Neptune The James Webb Space Telescope has observed a distant planet outside our solar system to reveal what is likely a highly reflective world with a steamy atmosphere. And while the […]

Artemis II Prepares for the Moon

“The Artemis II crew represents thousands of people working tirelessly to bring us to the stars. This is their crew, this is our crew, this is humanity’s crew. NASA astronauts Reid Wiseman, […]

Lunopolis – Found Footage

I discovered Lunopolis relatively recently while perusing various, random top ten found footage lists on YouTube. These lists tend to be similar even among diverse groups of creators, but I […]

NASA News 2022.11.05

NASA, Northrop Grumman Prepared to Launch Science, Supplies to the Space Station We’re sending science, technology, and supplies to the International Space Station—and you’re invited to watch the launch!On Sunday, […]

NASA News 2022.10.29

NASA Missions Detect Stunning Meteoroid Impact on Mars On Dec. 24, 2021, our InSight Mars lander recorded a significant marsquake on the Red Planet. Only later did scientists discover the cause of […]