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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.
This Space Hotel will Open in 2027 as Part of a Series of Futuristic Space Projects
Visitors of this space hotel will watch 16 sunrises and sunsets every 24 hours from their suites at 400 kilometers altitude.
Orion Manikins Return from Artemis I Mission
Two manikins undergo post-flight payload inspections inside the Space Station Processing Facility at Kennedy Space Center in Florida
Stratospheric Balloons Startup World View to Go Public via SPAC Deal
World View and Leo Holdings Corp have entered into a definitive merger agreement to create a public company focused on stratospheric exploration and flight.
Space Elevators and Orbital Rings for Safer Space Travel are Coming Sooner than You’d Think
By 2035, space elevators and orbital rings would offer safe, quick, and vastly more efficient alternatives to rocket launch vehicles – allowing the commercialization of space, and affordable space travel.
Billionaire Maezawa Announces Crew for the First Planned All-Civilian Flight Around the Moon Aboard SpaceX’s Starship
Japanese Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa fulfilled his dream of going to space by staying on the International Space Station (ISS) in December 2021. His next challenge is the planned first all-civilian trip around the Moon.
A New Era for Space Travel and Lunar Exploration Has Begun
The next generation of astronauts and scientists can now envision their future home or workplace as mankind prepares to work and live on Earth’s Moon.
$301 Million Lawsuit against Virgin Galactic and Richard Branson can Proceed
U.S. District Judge Allyne Ross has ruled that a group of shareholders can file a lawsuit against billionaire Richard Branson.
Polaris Dawn Mission will include 38 Science and Research Experiments
The selected Polaris Dawn projects are designed to advance both human health on Earth and on future long-duration spaceflights.