Juno captured thing inside of Jupiter's ring in 2016. NASA gave the public a view of the space between the planet and the ring after scientists analyzed the data from the spacecraft.
NASA won't be sending astronauts aboard the first integrated flight of the SLS rocket and the Orion capsule. it was initially considered but was scrapped later on.
NASA"s most powerful rocket won't be flying its maiden flight on 2018. This is after GAO reported that there is very little time to prepare for the first flight given the difficulties the mission is facing.
NASA will look into the possibility of sending astronauts aboard the first flight of the SLS rocket. Exploration Mission 1 will be the maiden flight of Orion and SLS together.
NASA prepares for the first crewed flight of the Orion spacecraft with the goal of confirming that all of the spacecraft’s systems operate as designed in the actual deep space environment.
NASA scientists are developing a variety of food bars that will keep astronauts full during deep space missions.
NASA is preparing for the Space Launch System’s (SLS) big test series. A test version of the rocket’s powerful propulsion system was installed at the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center to begin hardware tests.
Stargazers and astronomy enthusiasts might not be able to enjoy the full spectacular view of the Orionid meteor shower due to the overpowering brightness of the moon.
NASA is concluding a series of successful tests in preparation for the first integrated flight in 2018, which include the Orbital ATK rocket test, the RS-25 engine test, the welding on the liquid hydrogen tank, and most recently, the Orion parachute test.
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 conducted a development test of the RS-25 rocket engine, which will power the new Space Launch System (SLS) rocket for the agency’s Mars expedition.
Scientists caught a glimpse of the water snow lines around a young star, a first in the astronomical world.
Engineers of Airbus Defence and Space started the assembly of the Orion Spacecraft in Germany. The process is expected to be complete in 2017.
To make sure the astronauts are safe from injuries during a spacecraft's re-entry on Earth, engineers are performing crash tests on NASA's next generation of spacecraft using dummies in full Advance Crew Escape System suits.