In Today’s Deep Space Extra… Last week’s Washington forum, America’s Future in Civil Space, has experts discussing the best way of achieve familiar objectives, including moving human explorers beyond low Earth orbit.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… A 2017 budget measure signed by President Trump on Friday provides NASA with $19.653 billion.
COALITION FOR DEEP SPACE EXPLORATION COMMENDS CONGRESS FOR INCREASED NASA FUNDING IN FY 2017 OMNIBUS APPROPRIATIONS ACTMay 5th, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration (Coalition) commends Congress for the passage of the FY 2017 Omnibus Appropriations bill today, which heads to thePresident’s desk for enactment.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… U.S. Senate joins House in passing a 2017 appropriations bill that includes an increase in NASA spending.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… A 2017 U.S. appropriations bill with increased spending for NASA has cleared the House and now heads for the Senate and President Trump’s signature.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… A new study suggests Martian soil could be processed into building materials for human explorers.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… NASA intends to establish a new launch date for Exploration Mission-1 by early fall. EM-1, the first test flight of the Space Launch System and the Orion crew capsule had been planned for late 2018.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… In transition, NASA’s Kennedy Space Center includes deep space in multi-mission launch focus.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… President Trump’s chat with record-setting NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson aboard the International Space Station raises the possibility of accelerating a human Mars mission.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 24, 2017, (WASHINGTON, D.C.) — The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration Executive Director, Dr. Mary Lynne Dittmar, congratulates NASA Astronaut Dr. Peggy Whitson on breaking the record for cumulative time spent in space by an astronaut today.