NASA Awards Grants to Support Research, Technology Development

NASA has announced the recipients of its annual Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) grants, providing a total of more than $10.8 million across 15 institutions over three years to support scientific and technical research. This research aligns with agency’ priorities, including understanding our changing environment and advancing long-term exploration on the Moon through Artemis

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Mix-and-match kit could enable astronauts to build a menagerie of lunar exploration bots

The Walking Oligomeric Robotic Mobility System, or WORMS, is a reconfigurable, modular, multiagent robotics architecture for extreme lunar terrain mobility. The system could be used to assemble autonomous worm-like parts into larger biomimetic robots that could explore lava tubes, steep slopes, and the moon’s permanently shadowed regions

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Sierra Space and Notre Dame to Push the Boundaries of Scientific Discovery in Space

Sierra Space and Notre Dame to Push the Boundaries of Scientific Discovery in Space. Sierra Space and Notre Dame announce plans to develop new in-space R&D platforms – expanding the academic institution’s footprint in low-Earth orbit and beyond.

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NASA Experts Go on Tour with The Color of Space Documentary

NASA TV producer of “The Color of Space” Jori Kates gives remarks prior to the screening of the documentary at Howard University’s Cramton Auditorium in Washington, Saturday, June 18, 2022. Premiering on Juneteenth, the federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, “The Color of Space” is an inspirational documentary that tells the stories of NASA’s Black astronauts determined to reach the stars.

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