NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Is Finally Launching and Will Observe the Dawn of the Universe

If you notice a subtle change in the atmosphere on the evening of Dec. 24, it might be the vacuum created from every space scientist and enthusiast in the world holding their breath. At 7:20 a.m. Eastern Time, an Ariane 5 rocket will ignite on a launchpad in French Guiana and carry into space NASA’s … Read more

Celebrate International Observe the Moon Night With NASA

The public is invited to participate in several of NASA’s virtual activities in celebration of International Observe the Moon Night on Saturday, October 16. This celebration provides opportunities to learn about lunar science and exploration, observe celestial bodies, and honor personal and cultural connections to the Moon. A week of festivities began with the “Global … Read more

NASA Landsat 9: Secondary Payloads Begin Commissioning To Observe How Climate Change Affects Earth

NASA engineers started commissioning Secondary payloads launched with Landsat 9 satellite to watch for climate change on the planet. Engineers launched four CubeSats as rideshare payloads atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket as part of the Landsat 9 mission. After lifting off from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, Atlas 5 successfully delivered the … Read more

NASA Grants SpaceX Another Service Contract Under a 150-Million Satellite Network Project to Observe Planet Meteorology

SpaceX is once again expected to be a part of NASA’s comprehensive space mission sometime in 2024. The space agency recently signed a huge contract that was granted to SpaceX. The said contract is a collaboration between the two over the management and launching of the upcoming Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-U or GOES-U. The said … Read more