Today’s Deep Space Extra

In Today’s Deep Space Extra… A strategy to accelerate a return of human explorers to the surface of the Moon from 2028 to 2024 continue to emerge. A congressional consensus, however, awaits. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine receives praise from the National Space Society (NSS) for backing NEOCam, a space infrared telescope mission to help identify Near Earth Objects posing an impact threat to Earth.

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Deep Space Gateway


Gateway is an Infrastructure

Expanding humanity’s reach into deep space and capitalizing on the opportunities offered by the moon and Mars requires development of an infrastructure beyond Earth orbit that can accommodate astronauts, science, and act as a hub for commercial vehicles. The Gateway is that infrastructure. An effective Gateway built on sound engineering and operational principles established for […]

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Coalition Statements


Coalition Statements

The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration welcomes an acceleration of NASA’s plans to return humans to the moon.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. May 15, 2019. Washington, D.C. – The goal of placing American astronauts on the surface by 2024, while establishing a sustainable approach to extend our capabilities at the Moon and beyond, is energizing government, industry and academia.

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About the Missions

NASA’s mission is to explore what is beyond our Moon, to learn about our galaxy and eventually send humans to places we have never been before.
This mission has already begun and we are reaching key developmental milestones every day.

Watch the Mission Unfold