Apollo program

December 2, 2013

NASA Talks Astronauts On Lunar Far Side By 2028

Despite depleted budgets, NASA and the broader lunar science community are both still talking manned lunar missions — potentially, in 2021 to the earth-moon L2 Lagrange […]
December 1, 2013

NASA Talks Astronauts On Lunar Far Side By 2028

Despite depleted budgets, NASA and the broader lunar science community are both still talking manned lunar missions — potentially, in 2021 to the earth-moon L2 Lagrange […]
October 28, 2013

Bring back Moon missions, says Apollo 13 commander Jim Lovell

Captain Jim Lovell, who led the crew of Apollo 13 to safety after their spacecraft was damaged by an explosion, wants to see the return of […]
September 7, 2013

Nasa spacecraft blasts off for moon mission

The Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer spacecraft, known as LADEE, was designed to look for dust rising from the lunar surface, a phenomenon reported by […]
August 15, 2013

NASA teams up with U.S. Navy to test capsule recovery

NORFOLK, Va. — The Navy and NASA are testing out how they’ll recover astronauts once they splash down in the ocean following future missions to deep […]
July 24, 2013

Overview of an astronaut’s diet

Overview of an astronaut’s diet (What they should eat during training and what they eat in space)  For some people, packing for a big trip can […]
July 4, 2013

Moon rovers could be engulfed in dust

Several robotic probes are set to be sent to the Moon over the next few years. Experiments suggest that the dust, which is abrasive, sticky and […]
July 1, 2013

Wrong Reality: If an American Was First in Space

There are key moments in spaceflight’s history that, in retrospect, defined the subsequent course of events. Take Yuri Gagarin’s orbital flight in 1961, for example. When […]
May 15, 2013

Skylab: Why don't we live in space yet?

The first US space station, Skylab, was launched forty years ago with a simple but far-reaching brief: expand man’s knowledge of the Sun and prove that […]