Why Americans flew to the moon 50 years ago and can't do it again

Many years after the last manned moon landing in December 1972, there are plenty of reasons to return humans to Earth's giant, dusty moon. But why hasn't anyone else been on the moon in 50 years? The reasons for this are depressing, according to Insider.…

Two Russians and an American stuck on the ISS due to a meteorite: they will have to send an empty ship for them

Russia will send an empty spacecraft to the International Space Station in February to bring home three cosmonauts. The ship on which they were supposed to land was damaged by the impact of a tiny meteorite, according to Voice of America. The Russian space agency Roscosmos made the announcement after…

Ukrainian schoolchildren won the NASA competition: their mini-laboratories flew into space on a SpaceX ship

Mini-laboratories of Ukrainian students from Kharkiv and Odessa flew into space on the American SpaceX Dragon spacecraft, reports Ukrainska Pravda. The projects of high school students won the NASA competition for the program of school space experiments, according to the Minor Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. According to Deputy Director...

NASA wants to supply the moon with Wi-Fi: why do we need the Internet 400000 km from the earth

The US is developing a lunar internet. NASA wants to cover the moon with Wi-Fi, reports the BBC. The exploration of the moon is one of the priorities of the American space program for the next decade. Unmanned space vehicles will be sent there first, then crews with astronauts. NASA (National Space Agency) plans to provide them with…

NASA today will try to destroy the asteroid: you can watch everything live

On September 26, NASA plans to strike an asteroid about 11 million km from Earth with a spacecraft weighing more than 450 kg in an unprecedented planetary defense test, reports The Hill. If successful, the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) will become…

Space technology in your home: 15 household items invented by NASA experts

You don't have to be an astronaut to enjoy the cool inventions of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) every day, according to LifeHacker. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is doing more than building ambitious telescopes that can see the beginning of…

Today NASA will try to launch a rocket to the moon: where to watch in Russian

The launch of the Space Launch System rocket and the Orion spacecraft is scheduled for today, September 3, between 14:17 pm and 16:17 pm (New York time) from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. How to watch the launch of the Artemis-1 mission, CNN told the publication. Although on board...

Look up! 7 Unique Cosmic September Events You Shouldn't Miss

While the summer of supermoons and meteor showers is over, autumn brings new experiences, from unique space missions to incredible phenomena. The Travel and Leisure edition told about events that should not be missed. This month marks the beginning of the northern lights season in the regions of the far north,…

Attempt No. 2: NASA set a new date for launching a rocket to the moon

On Sept. 3, NASA will once again try to launch its rocket to the Earth satellite for a test flight after an engine problem stopped the first countdown this week, AP reported. Managers stated on August 30 that they are changing refueling procedures to address…

NASA's return to the moon and space donuts: where to watch the broadcast of the launch of 'Artemis' to the Earth's satellite

Tomorrow (August 29), a historic event will take place in the morning - America will begin its return to the moon. At around 8:30 AM ET, the SLS booster lifts off from Launch Complex 39-B in Florida, sending Artemis 1 on a journey to Earth satellite orbit. "Artemis-1" will fly over ...

0 - 10 of 137