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STEREO-B contacts NASA after about Two Years, Thanks to Deep Space Network

STEREO-B contacts NASA after about Two Years, Thanks to Deep Space Network

It may seem like a story of a sci-fi movie, but a long-lost spacecraft has suddenly contacted its ground-based controllers after a gap of about two years. The spacecraft,STEREO-B, has once again established a connection with NASA.

NASA successfully tests engine that will power its new, massive SLS deep-space rocket

NASA successfully tests engine that will power its new, massive SLS deep-space rocket

The US space agency NASA has successfully tested the engine that is going to power its new, huge Space Launch System (SLS) deep-space rocket. The agency hasn’t reported any issues during the 7.5-minute duration.

It was the third successful test of RS-25 rocket engine of the space agency and three more are going to be held in the approaching months. Everybody is waiting for all four of these to merge to fire humans in the direction of the Red Planet.

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft to launch atop United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket on September 8

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft to launch atop United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket on September 8

The US space agency NASA’s first-ever asteroid-sampling mission’s lift-off will take place after three weeks. It is planned to launch on September 8 atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. In case everything goes as planned, the probe will bring back a pristine sample of the possiblydangerous space rock Bennu to our planet in September 2023.

NASA’s astronauts at ISS to make parking space for private commercial spacecraft

NASA’s astronauts at ISS to make parking space for private commercial spacecraft

As per plans for next year, private space organizationsSpaceX and Boeing will send the US astronauts to International Space Station. With more groups sharing the ISS with NASA, the space agency has come up with an idea to construct parking area for commercial space organizations.

NASA’s Space Robotics Challenge asks people to prepare robot for mission to Mars

NASA’s Space Robotics Challenge asks people to prepare robot for mission to Mars

NASA is inviting people to participate in the Space Robotics Challenge that it recently announced. The participant teams will have to program robot named Valkyrie to do three specific tasks that would be required by the robot to perform during an emergency on Martian surface. The winner team will be awarded with $1 million.

SLC-41’s Crew Access Tower gets Crew Access Arm and White Room

SLC-41’s Crew Access Tower gets Crew Access Arm and White Room

The US space agency NASA, Boeing and United Launch Alliance (ULA) have just ended a significant milestone with the Crew Access Arm and White Room’s installation on the Crew Access Tower at Space Launch Complex 41 of Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s in Florida.

The gantry way through which astronauts will go aboard Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner is the most recent part of a system meant to enable the US get back the ability to launch astronauts domestically.

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