SpaceX offers NASA to extend the life of Hubble

Launched in April 1990, Hubble is still running. SpaceX has offered NASA to send a Crew Dragon to raise the space telescope’s orbit, which would extend its lifespan to 2050! This mission could be carried out within the framework of the Polaris program. An idea that NASA likes. In six months, SpaceX will submit a … Read more

NASA will crash into an asteroid and try to deflect it

By Tristan Vey Published yesterday at 5:50 p.m., Update yesterday at 6:06 p.m. The launch of the Dart probe, last November. NASA/Bill Ingalls/NASA/Bill Ingalls/Cover Images v DECRYPTION – Dart, a 500 kg “dart”, will try to modify the trajectory of the small asteroid Dymorphos. The meeting between the Dart probe and its target promises to … Read more

Dive into Jupiter’s gas vortices in 3D

The images of the storms which agitate the atmosphere of Jupiter are legion. But those offered to us today by researchers are not quite like the others. A 3D view of clouds shaped like cupcake icing. Swirling clouds. Storms of crazy dimensions. Astronomers have already observed many of them on Jupiter. But the view of … Read more

The United States and China want to settle in the same place on the Moon!

NASA and CNSA, the Chinese space agency, are both targeting the south pole of the Moon to carry out future manned missions there. However, some of the proposed landing sites are common to both agencies, which risks fueling tensions. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Live and work like on the Moon or on … Read more

The launch of Artemis I had to be stopped: the trip to the Moon could be postponed for several weeks!

Once again, the Nasa was forced to postpone the launch of the Artemis I mission to the Moon. Saturday September 3, approximately 3 hours before the opening of the window firing, the Space Agency halted take-off preparation operations due to a fuel leak detected while filling the tanks. The initial launch of the mission, which … Read more

NASA could urgently develop a space vehicle to deorbit the Space Station

You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] ISS: until 2030, and after? The International Space Station will continue to welcome astronauts from all over the world for scientific missions until 2030. And to support space conquest missions which must take humans to the Moon and even to Mars. (in English) © NASA Although relations between … Read more

take-off to the Moon postponed again

A fuel leak forced NASA to cancel the takeoff a second time. The takeoff of NASA’s new rocket to the Moon was again canceled this Saturday at the last moment, for the second time in less than a week, causing another delay in the launch of the Americans’ flagship return program to the Moon, Artemis. … Read more

second attempt at the Moon this Saturday

NASA’s problems on Monday appear to be resolved, but the weather for the weekend is uncertain. Will the second try be the right one? After the interruption of the take-off of the SLS lunar rocket on Monday, NASA thinks it has resolved the technical problems encountered and has scheduled a new attempt on Saturday at … Read more

the take-off to the Moon scheduled for Saturday, after a first postponement

The launch was canceled on Monday due to technical issues. The weather should allow the rocket to take off on Saturday at 8:17 p.m. French time. The stars seemed to be gradually aligning for the liftoff of NASA’s new rocket to the moon on Saturday, September 3, thanks to encouraging weather forecasts and the resolution … Read more