USAF Updates Mental Health Rules

New policy intended to expedite the treatment of airmen and prioritize their well-being. The U.S. Air Force has revised its mental health protocols, allowing airmen to pursue treatment…

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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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Odysseus Lander Returns Images from the Moon’s Surface

The probe landed on the moon’s south pole as the first American probe in 50 years. The unmanned Odysseus moon probe sent photos of the moon’s surface to…

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NASA to Send First Space Force Guardian into Space

The military service member will accompany three astronauts aboard the SpaceX Crew-9 mission this summer. NASA announced that the SpaceX Crew-9 mission, scheduled to launch this summer, will…

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NOAA Satellites Located 350 People in 2023

People lost at sea were found by personal locator beacons. The Department of Commerce recently reported that search and rescue satellites operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric…

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NASA Further Delays Lunar Landing to 2026

Lockheed Martin and SpaceX need time to address “developmental challenges.” NASA announced this week that the launch date of the new lunar landing project Artemis will be delayed…

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Interior to Develop Satellite System for Tracking American Geology

The department announced a partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey and NASA. The Department of the Interior (DOI) announced the development of a new satellite system to document…

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Regulator Advises Winter Preparations to Support Energy Grid

Prolonged cold fronts or major storms risk power failure.  The North American Electric Reliability Corporation projects there is an “elevated” risk of power failure across much of the…

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Amendment to Unify Cybersecurity Requirements Proposed

NASA, GSA, and the Defense Department seek to standardize contractual requirements for all administration employees. The Department of Defense (DoD), the General Services Administration (GSA), and the National…

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NASA Selects Launch Service for PREFIRE Mission

Two satellites are set to measure Earth’s heat exchange with space. NASA selected Rocket Lab USA as the company that will provide the launch services for their Polar…

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