NASA’s Artemis 1 mission to splash down Sunday after a trip around the moon

NASA’s Artemis 1 mission to splash down Sunday after circumnavigating the moon – CBS News Watch CBS News NASA’s Orion spacecraft will make its way back to earth Sunday, completing the nearly monthlong Artemis 1 mission. CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood explains the importance of this mission in getting humans back on the moon … Read more

Irish woman accompanies Japanese billionaire on first civilian flight to the moon

A London photographer has beaten over a million rivals to secure a spot on the first civilian voyage to the moon. Born in Cork and based in Hackney, Rhiannon Adam, 37, is one of eight artists and creatives chosen by Japanese billionaire entrepreneur and art collector Yusaku Maezawa to be part of the journey.

What do a K-Pop star, a DJ, an American YouTuber and 5 others have in common? A free trip to the moon.

Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa (center) and the eight people he selected for his “dearMoon project,” plus two chosen as backups, can be seen in a promotional image from the DearMoon project website. best moon project Tokyo – Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa said Friday that K-Pop star TOP will be one of eight people to join … Read more

I have news for you Podcast: Matt Agnew Space Book

Dr. Matt Agnew shares his favorite space facts, including what would happen if an astronaut’s helmet came off. And he also talks about his season of The Bachelor and Abbie Chatfield’s “unfair” portrayal. Host: Andrew BucklowProducer: Emily PidgeonAssistant Producer: Nina YoungAudio Editor: Tiffany Dimmack

After a flight around the moon.."Orion" Back to Earth begins – Alittihad newspaper

After flying around the Moon, Orion begins to return to EarthAlittihad Newspaper Al Ittihad Newspaper After approaching the moon, the Orion capsule begins its return to EarthSky News Arabia Sky News Arabia See full coverage of the news on Google News

The UAE’s aerospace sector looks forward to the future and offers new opportunities to improve people’s lives

Abu Dhabi (Al-Ittihad) The space sector of UAE plays an important role in supporting the future economy based on knowledge and innovation as it is one of the priority sectors in the UAE, enhancing the country’s competitiveness and diversification of its economy through advanced applying technologies that serve various vital sectors, in addition, it has … Read more

China is trying to dominate space, US general warns

SYDNEY, Australia: US Space Force Lieutenant General Nina Armagno has said rapid advances in China’s military capabilities pose increasing risks to US space supremacy. Armagno, head of the US military’s space wing, also said Beijing has made significant progress in developing military space technology, including satellite communications. Speaking at an event in Sydney led by … Read more

Take my man to the moon – POLITICO

As America plots a way for humanity to take its first steps back on the moon since 1972, Emmanuel Macron wants to make sure the first European to go is French. “I have a candidate for you to fly to the moon,” the French president told US Vice President Kamala Harris when the two met … Read more

Astronomers warn of new satellite network likely to disrupt observations

Astronomers warn new satellite network likely to disrupt observations Astronomers have warned that a sprawling new satellite network used to connect cell phones threatens their work and humanity’s view of the universe. CNET reports that astronomers say the AST SpaceMobile Bluewalker 3 satellite appears brighter than most stars in the night sky. . The 64 … Read more

Astronomers warn of new satellite network likely to disrupt observations

Astronomers warn new satellite network likely to disrupt observations Astronomers have warned that a sprawling new satellite network used to connect cell phones threatens their work and humanity’s view of the universe. CNET reports that astronomers say the AST SpaceMobile Bluewalker 3 satellite appears brighter than most stars in the night sky. . The 64 … Read more