After a one month “break” the Hubble Space Telescope is in working condition once again.
After a month of analysis, NASA appears to have found a fix for Hubble.
A backup computer installed in 2009 may be the only way to get Hubble back up and running.
There is trouble aboard Hubble and we aren’t sure NASA can fix it this time.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft passed within 1 038km of Ganymede and it captured some incredible photos with remarkable detail.
Following a journey that lasted six months and spanned 71 million miles, the Crew-1 crew has arrived back on Earth.
NASA has successfully completed it’s third flight on Mars with the fourth happening in a few days.
Tests of the MOXIE apparatus aboard Perseverance on Mars were successful.
After several delays, our fingers are crossed in hopes that Ingenuity takes to Martian skies.
NASA has to perform a software update on its autonomous helicopter. A helicopter that is currently on the surface of Mars.
A timer brought an end to pre-flight testing pushing the expected launch date for Ingenuity to 14th April.
The NASA Space Shuttle Discovery also comes with the Hubble Space Telescope.
As SpaceX continues to launch more satellites into orbit as a part of Starlink, avoiding collisions in future will be critical.
See NASA’s Perseverance rover land on the surface of Mars in glorious 4K resolution.
Perseverance has snapped its first photos and sent them back 200 million kilometres for us to gawk at.
SpaceX and NASA lift off on what will be the longest mission to space launched from US soil.
The first mission for SpaceX following certification is planned to launch this weekend.
Using it’s flying observatory, NASA has discovered water molecules in the Moon’s largest crater.