Transforming Martian air into oxygen: successful operation for Perseverance! ; NASA orders $1.4 billion from SpaceX

NASA could urgently develop a space vehicle to deorbit the Space Station; Frank Drake, the father of the Seti program for listening to extraterrestrials, has died! ©Patrick T. FALLON / AFP Atlantico Sciences And also: The underside of the magnificent spiral galaxy of the Phantom photographed by the James-Webb telescope; NASA could urgently develop a … Read more

SpaceX will have the mission to land NASA astronauts on the Moon

Elon Musk stronger than Jeff Bezos. NASA has chosen SpaceX, to the detriment of Dynectis and Blue Origin, the company of the boss of Amazon, to send the next American astronauts to the Moon, a first since 1972, the space agency announced on Friday April 16. The contract worth around 2.9 billion dollars (2.4 billion … Read more

NASA orders $1.4 billion from SpaceX

NASA announced on Wednesday the order of five new Crew Dragon flights for its astronauts. The contract is for a total of $1.4 billion, or approximately $71 million per seat. With Boeing’s Starliner flights, all rotations should be covered until 2030. You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Thomas Pesquet shows us around CrewDragon Thomas … Read more

SpaceX’s out-of-control rocket is set to crash into the Moon

Paola Bueno Meteored Brazil 01 Feb 4 mins SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, after being abandoned for 7 years in space, is on a collision course with the moon. Part of a Falcon 9 rocket from billionaire Elon Musk’s SpaceX space exploration program is on a collision course with the moon! The rocket’s upper stage, the … Read more

Why has SpaceX’s Starship still not taken off?

You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] SpaceX: replay of the successful flight of the Starship SN15 prototype Watch the SN15 prototype of SpaceX’s Starship spacecraft fly at altitude. The machine landed successfully in the planned landing area, and for the first time, without exploding! The most important element of Starship is the Raptor engine. … Read more

What are the differences between the two giant launchers from SpaceX and NASA?

You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] SLS, the most powerful launcher in the world Video presentation of the future most powerful launcher in the world, developed by NASA for the Artemis lunar program. Today the Nasa and SpaceX are each developing a heavy launcher capable of sending humans onto the Moon and on Mars. … Read more

SpaceX: here are the most beautiful photos of the successful launch of Crew-4

Successful launch of Crew-4, Wednesday, April 27, at 9:52 a.m. Paris time, from launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The fourth astronauts on board were leaving for the Space station. Two of them have already stayed there: Kjell Lindgren, mission commander, and the European Samantha Cristoforetti. Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon … Read more

Years after SpaceX, Boeing’s Starliner capsule reaches the ISS for the first time

Since this incident, Boeing has been struggling to catch up with SpaceX, which is new to the aerospace sector in comparison. However, SpaceX has already been transporting astronauts for NASA since 2020, after successful qualification flights of its own capsule, Dragon. This mission of Boeing finally successful from start to finish would restore a little … Read more