NASA Working on Moon-Based Solar Power

NASA is working with commercial companies to ensure there is sustainable power on the moon to power any future bases.

Scientists May Be Able to Create Oxygen on Mars

Scientists may have discovered a way to create oxygen on Mars, a crucial step toward long-term colonization.

NASA Concerned About Planned Constellation of Broadband Satellites

NASA has expressed concerns over a planned constellation of broadband satellites from AST & Science.

NASA Taps Nokia to Build Moon’s First 4G Network

Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia may be fighting for network dominance on Earth, but in outer space Nokia is the clear winner.

NASA: America’s Space Agenda Is Really On Fire

Jim Bridenstine, Administrator of NASA, discusses the NASA Economic Impact Report that was released today and says that under Trump America’s space agenda is on fire.

NASA Releases Economic Impact Study

NASA released its first-ever Economic Impact Study today. Combining all NASA activities, the agency generated more than $64.3 billion in total economic output during fiscal year 2019.

IBM Launches COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium to Aid Researchers

IBM has announced the launch of a consortium to provide coronavirus researchers with the super computing power they need.

Space Lettuce Is As Good As Earth Lettuce

Good news for the U.S. Space Force: Personnel will still be able to get a healthy helping of veggies, as space lettuce is as nutritious as Earth lettuce.

NASA & AWS Partner To Use AI To Protect Life On Earth

NASA and AWS are working together to use artificial intelligence to protect Earth from solar superstorms, according to an Amazon blog post. As the world becomes ever more wired, solar coronal mass ejections (CME) represent a significant threat to countries…

NASA: James Webb Space Telescope Is An Engineering Marvel

NASA released a great video for space junkies visually illustrating the scientific marvel that the James Web Telescope is and will be. “Webb is a technological challenge like no other,” says a NASA spokesperson.