Artemis I & II with Jordan Soto

The U.S. Chamber’s 4th annual Space Summit titled LAUNCH:Expanding Commercial and Civil Space Partnerships, held in partnership with The Boeing Company. Following the first National Space Council meeting under Vice President Kamala Harris earlier this month, leaders from the public and private sectors will discuss international collaboration and public-private partnerships in space, the future of exploration beyond the […]

Meet Callisto, the AI Going to the Moon

Meet Callisto, the AI Going to the Moon

It turns out NASA’s uncrewed Artemis I mission to the Moon will have one crew member after all, and it’s not human. Lockheed Martin, the company that designed and built the Orion spacecraft which will head NASA’s Artemis missions to the Moon, announced Wednesday that a new artificial intelligence (AI) will fly onboard the uncrewed […]

Artemis I & II Exclusive Interview

NASA’s Artemis program strives to return humans to the lunar surface. With the launch of  Artemis 1 planned for February 2022, NASA’s boldest program since Apollo is on track to  greatly further human space exploration. The mission will establish landing sites near the lunar  south pole for scientific experiments and act as a testing ground to […]

Human Moon Landing: POSTPONED

Human Moon Landing: POSTPONED

NASA administrator Bill Nelson delivered some disappointing news this week. In a Tuesday discussion with agency leadership, he announced that the Artemis III mission won’t put humans on the Moon until at least 2025, a year delay from the 2024 goal set by the Trump Administration which Nelson said was not technically feasible. The launch […]

Artemis Moon Mission Delayed Until 2025

Artemis Moon Mission Delayed Until 2025

In the first major Artemis update provided under the Biden-Harris Administration, NASA announced that the next man and first woman will not step foot on the Moon until 2025, a year delay from the 2024 goal set by the Trump Administration.