As NASA prepares for deep space missions, the agency also releases a new report that focuses on the protection of destination planets from contamination from Earth-based organisms.
NASA moves forward with Asteroid Redirect Mission by testing its robotic capture system prototype with a mock asteroid boulder.
NASA is planning to launch an Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) to improve Earth's "planetary defense techniques" in case of an impending asteroid collision.
NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission is one of the most ambitious projects ever conceived by the agency, and it is believed to be “an important step” for getting humans to Mars.
NASA is currently preparing for their Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) which will provide new knowledge on near-Earth objects such as asteroids.
Man is one step closer to setting foot on the Red Planet, according to NASA. The space agency, which recently announced the historic discovery of flowing water on Mars, has just announced an updated plan for 'The Journey to Mars.'
Enthusiasts who have been following NASA's mission plans closely might be a little disappointed with the space agency's latest decision concerning the historic Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM). The mission, the very name of which held the promise of physically capturing an asteroid, will now simply be plucking a boulder from the surface of a hurtling space rock as it flies by in 2022.