In Today’s Deep Space Extra… Brazil signs the Artemis Accords. NASA opens contest to name the “Moonikin” that will fly aboard the Orion spacecraft on Artemis I.
New Episode of The Deep Space Podcast Available Now
This week, we are excited to welcome Frank Slazer, the Coalition’s very own President and CEO, to the Deep Space Podcast’s Leadership in Space Series. In this episode, Slazer shares his vision for the organization moving forward and speaks about how he sees it changing to a more robust advocacy model. Our guest also speaks about the traits that he considers to be crucial in a leader and what he’s learned about leadership in the space field after over 40 years of work in the sector. Click “Pdocast” menu item to listen to the episode.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… Putin dismisses the suggestion that Russia is preparing to dissolve its partnership in space with the U.S. NASA pursues greener propulsion.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The Space Launch System core stage has joined the rocket’s boosters on the mobile launcher at KSC. NASA seeks more private astronaut mission proposals. The Senate Appropriations CJS Subcommittee will hold a hearing on Tuesday regarding NASA’s FY2022 budget request.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The Space Launch System core stage has been lifted for stacking with the solid rocket boosters assigned to Artemis I. NASA selects lunar far-side science investigations. Human Space ExplorationGround teams begin process to hoist SLS core stage onto its launch platformCoalition Members in the News: Aerojet Rocketdyne, Boeing, Lockheed […]
Today’s Deep Space Extra… The Senate on Tuesday passed the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, which includes a NASA authorization bill and the SPACE Act.
In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The Juno spacecraft will get a close look at Jupiter’s moon Ganymede today. The Senate is scheduled to vote on S.1260, or the “Endless Frontier Act,” which includes the 2021 NASA Authorization Act, on Tuesday.