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A Gateway for Human Space Exploration: The Next Step After ISS

14th Aug, 2018 - 3769 views

The International Space Station (ISS) has been the first successful step in long-duration human operations in space. If astronauts are to travel to Moon, Mars, and deep space, we need more technical capabilities like a deep space gateway.

The Global Space Exploration Roadmap

4th Jun, 2018 - 1929 views

The Global Exploration Roadmap reaffirms the interest of 14 space agencies to expand human presence into the Solar System, with the surface of Mars as a common driving goal. It reflects a coordinated international effort to prepare for space explorat

Cruising the Solar System? Try Pulsar Navigation!

23rd Jan, 2018 - 2301 views

What do you do when you're out of range of the global GPS system? Use Pulsars! Satellites must have a means to navigate in order to be useful for science, communications and technology. Once satellites move away from the proximity of Earth, and t

ISS: The First Essential Step to Mars

6th Dec, 2017 - 2507 views

What role will the ISS Play in getting us to Mars? Human exploration of Mars present many technological, management, political, and engineering challenges. The International Space Station (ISS) offers today an essential initial demonstration site

Your Sky Tonight - July 22, 2017

22nd Jul, 2017 - 1865 views

Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: The rest of this month offers a great time to find the International Space Station in the Northern Hemisphe

Largest Map of the Universe Made w/ Quasars; Proxima B Habitability Looking Good; SpaceX & ISS

20th May, 2017 - 6820 views

The more we keep looking up, the more we learn about the universe. This week, astronomers measure the redshifts of 147,000 quasars to build the largest map of the universe so far. Also, astronomers and meteorologist were playing around with some of

Cassini Shoots the Saturn/Ring Gap and Lives!; U.S. Astronaut Sets an ISS Record; SFN Has New Stuff

29th Apr, 2017 - 5056 views

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The First Human Missions to Mars (II): Next Steps in the Footsteps to Mars

5th Aug, 2016 - 5581 views

NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden has often observed that humans are closer to their first mission to Mars than ever before in history. In this current series of Hangout discussions, we will hear from experts on long-duration space habitation, who ha

Science Projects on the ISS: NICER & CATS

18th Mar, 2016 - 2529 views

Have you ever wondered how science missions are selected for operation on the International Space Station? What are the technical challenges for building projects that will be operated onboard and why is the ISS important for their success? Join Ton