NASA Welcomes Switzerland to Artemis Accords Agreement

That nation becomes the 37th country to commit to upholding beneficial space use for all. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) welcomed Switzerland as the 37th country…

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Bill Nelson, Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Bill Nelson, Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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NASA Announces Nicola Fox as New Science Chief

She will oversee some of the agency’s best-known programs. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced last week that solar scientist Nicola Fox will lead their well-known…

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NASA Appoints Glenn Research Center Director

Dr. Kenyon served as acting director for the NASA facility in recent months. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson has named Dr. Jimmy Kenyon as the new director of the…

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NASA Artemis Rocket Launch Scrubbed

The next windows of opportunity to send the moon rocket are Friday or Monday.  The NASA Artemis I launch was scheduled to take place early Monday, but a…

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First Images from James Webb Telescope Released

NASA officials attend a briefing at the White House. President Biden revealed the first image from the newly operational James Webb Space Telescope earlier this week, giving a…

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Launch Date Confirmed for Successor to Hubble

Christmas Eve launch expects much smaller turnout. Though there has been a six day delay, the James Webb Space Telescope has been approved for launch into space on…

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NASA Announces Moon Flight for February

Uncrewed flight will lay the foundation for human exploration.  It is 52 years since NASA’s space program put humans on the moon, beginning with the Apollo 11 mission…

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New NASA Telescope Will Keep Its Name

Launch is expected in December.  NASA has no plans to rename its new $10 billion technological marvel, the James Webb Space Telescope, despite concerns about it being named after…

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