NASA’s Kathy Lueders discusses the Artemis Moon landing 2024 target and team selection – ITPro.works

NASA’s head of human spaceflight Kathy Lueders joined us on stage at ITPro.works Sessions: Space, where she spoke to scientist and Netflix host Emily Calandrelli about her work at the … Read More

NASA’s head of human spaceflight, Kathryn Lueders, will join us at TC Sessions: Space – ITPro.works

NASA’s human spaceflight program took big strides in 2020 with the official kick-off of the Commercial Crew Program with SpaceX, and plans to return humans to the surface of the … Read More

How to ‘watch’ NASA’s OSIRIS-REx snatch a sample from near-Earth asteroid Bennu – ITPro.works

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx probe is about to touch down on an asteroid for a smash-and-grab mission, and you can follow its progress live — kind of. The craft is scheduled to … Read More

Spacebit books a second trip to the Moon via NASA’s commercial lunar payload program – ITPro.works

UK-based robotic rover startup Spacebit has booked a second payload delivery to the Moon, aboard the Nova-C lander that Intuitive Machines is planning to send in 2021 as part of … Read More

NASA’s JPL open-sources an anti-face-touching wearable to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 – TechCrunch

There are some wearables out there in the world that are making claims around COVID-19 and their ability to detect it, prevent it, certify that you don’t have it and … Read More

NASA’s Chief of Human Spaceflight Doug Loverro resigns days before historic crewed mission

Doug Loverro, NASA’s associate administrator for Human Exploration and Operations, has abruptly and unexpectedly resigned from his post, just days before a historic launch. Commercial Crew Demo-2 will take astronauts … Read More

NASA’s ‘Artemis Accords’ set forth new and old rules for outer space cooperation – TechCrunch

NASA’s plan to return to the Moon is ambitious enough on its own, but the agency is aiming to modernize international cooperation in space in the process. Today it published … Read More

FDA authorizes a ventilator developed by NASA’s JPL for emergency use in COVID-19 treatment – TechCrunch

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized for emergency use as outlined in the agency’s COVID-19 guidelines a new ventilator designed by engineers working at NASA’s Jet Propulsion … Read More

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