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NASA Set to Launch Solar Sail for Sunlight-Propelled Space Travel

The Solar Sail mission will launch on April 23 on board Rocket Lab's Electron vehicle.
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That Michelin Star Meal in Space Is a Lie

There's space, and then there's kinda-space. We're sick of people not knowing the difference.
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That Michelin Star Meal in Space Is a Lie

There's space, and then there's kinda-space. We're sick of people not knowing the difference.
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Former Blue Origin Employees Want to Harvest Helium-3 From the Moon

The company's founders, including an Apollo 17 astronaut, just rounded up $15 million to fund their venture.
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NASA Astronauts Will Use Nikon Cameras to Snap Photos on the Moon

NASA also tested a critically important docking system, in another important Artemis-related development.
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Vintage Space Shuttle boosters make rare trek through Los Angeles

The boosters took a remarkable trip through LA, heading to a museum to team up with the Endeavor orbiter ahead of a unique "ready for launch" display.
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NASA spent billions, now says SLS moon rocket is unaffordable

A new report accuses the space agency of a lack of transparency regarding the cost of its SLS program.
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NASA’s Space Shuttle Endeavour will stand tall once more

The trusty old Shuttle is being made into a museum display, and it'll be the first time the 20-story spacecraft is fully stacked outside of a NASA facility.
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SpaceX’s Next-Gen Starlink Satellites Begin Sending Data Back to Earth

What's more, the upgraded internet satellites appear to be fainter than their predecessors, which could lead to a less disruptive view of the night skies.
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SpaceX’s Upgraded Starlink Satellites Aren’t Doing So Well

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says the next-gen satellites are "experiencing some issues" and that some units might have to be destroyed.