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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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.
Is Polar Ice Melting? An Expert from NASA Explains in a Short Video
NASA scientist Dr. Brooke Medley answers whether polar ice is melting, and she tells us how NASA studies the relationship between ice sheets and sea level to better understand our changing planet.
How Does NASA Technology Benefit Planet Earth?
Many benefits of NASA technology can be found on Earth through products and services born from space sector innovations.
Former NASA Astronauts to Receive Congressional Space Medal of Honor
Vice President Kamala Harris will award former NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken the Congressional Space Medal of Honor at 4:15 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
NASA Has Developed and Tested a Revolutionary Rocket Engine Design for Deep Space Missions
NASA has developed and tested its first full-scale rotating detonation rocket engine, an advanced rocket engine design that could significantly change how future propulsion systems are built.
NASA and DARPA Will Test Nuclear Engine for Future Mars Missions
NASA and DARPA’s nuclear thermal propulsion technology could be used for future NASA crewed missions to Mars.
Rocket Lab is Ready for its First Launch from Virginia
‘Virginia Is For Launch Lovers’ is scheduled to lift off tomorrow from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 2 within the NASA Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Virginia.
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
Artemis III: NASA’s First Human Mission to the Lunar South Pole
Following two Artemis test missions, Artemis III, currently planned for 2025, will mark humanity’s first return to the lunar surface in more than 50 years. NASA will make history by sending the first humans to explore the region near the lunar South Pole.