Subscribe to our Daily Newsletter: Don’t miss the latest developments in space policy, science, and exploration with Deep Space Extra, delivered directly to your inbox from Monday to Friday. Here is a list of news that were published in our Newsletter the week of May 9-13: Human Space Exploration: Coalition Members in the News – […]
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… NASA seeks public comment on plans to return samples of the Martian surface to Earth. The Commerce, Justice, Science Subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee holds a hearing today on NASA’s FY23 budget request.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… Axiom Space astronaut talks about his experience in space. Veterans of mission control honored with new monuments. NASA and Boeing host a virtual news briefing tomorrow on the Orbital Flight Test-2 (OFT-2) for the CST-100 Starliner.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… UAE signs deal with Axiom Space to secure an extended mission to the International Space Station. Russian space walkers have helped place Europe’s International Space Station robotic arm in motion for the first time. With its multi-segment mirror now aligned, the James Webb Space Telescope is entering the instrument calibration phase of the observatory’s commissioning.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… Four U.S. and European astronauts successfully reached the International Space Station on Wednesday evening. Lunar backpack could aid Artemis explorers. James Webb Space Telescope close to its coldest temperature.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… A new crew of four U.S. and European astronauts launched to the International Space Station early Wednesday. NASA remains optimistic it can reach an agreement with Roscosmos on Station crew swaps. As the finding of exoplanets reaches 5,000, the Hubble Space Telescope has contributed to the discovery of a puzzling large protoplanet exceptionally far from its star.