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 […]
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.
Nasa’s next-generation spaceship has been lifted onto the rocket that will launch it to the Moon this year or in early 2022.
The European Space Agency (ESA) announced Wednesday that the second European Service Module (ESM-2) for NASA’s Orion spacecraft left the continent for the United States, its last trip on Earth before it carries astronauts to a lunar orbit.
Assembly of the Orion capsules that will carry astronauts back to the moon in NASA’s Artemis program is ramping up as initial test flights draw near, prompting spacecraft builder Lockheed Martin to take over a former Space Camp facility to expand and modernize production.