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Today’s Deep Space Extra

March 24th, 2021

In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The Biden Administration’s budget request for discretionary spending, including for agencies such as NASA, could be headed to Congress next week. Ingenuity slated to take flight April 8.

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Today’s Deep Space Extra

March 23rd, 2021

New Episode of The Deep Space Podcast Available Now.
This week, the Coalition for Deep Space Exploration is excited to welcome Barbara Slayton, Leidos’ VP and strategic account executive for NASA, NOAA, and NSF, to the Deep Space Podcast. Barbara joins Coalition team members Christen Kapavik and Jamil Castillo for a discussion about leadership and what it means to lead a team working in the space sector. Our guest also shares insight into what motivated her to become a leader in the space industry, what she would like her legacy to be, and why exploring space is so crucial for humanity. Explore our PODCAST section for this episode and more.

In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The Ingenuity Mars helicopter gets a first look at the Red Planet as it prepares to attempt the first-ever flight on another world. A testbed for the CAPSTONE mission, a precursor for NASA’s Artemis program, has launched to space.

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Today’s Deep Space Extra

March 22nd, 2021

In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The White House nominates Bill Nelson as NASA’s next Administrator. The Hubble Space Telescope captures weather changes on Saturn.

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Today’s Deep Space Extra

March 19th, 2021

The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration applauds NASA, Boeing and Aerojet Rocketdyne on the successful hot fire test of the first Space Launch System (SLS) core stage on March 18. The hot fire marked the last test in the Green Run series. Read the Coalition statement.   In Today’s Deep Space Extra… NASA’s successful hot […]

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Today’s Deep Space Extra

March 18th, 2021

In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The Space Launch System is set for today’s Green Run hot fire. NASA’s Perseverance Rover marks a successful first month on the Red Planet. The James Webb Space Telescope is on track for an October launch.

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Today’s Deep Space Extra

March 17th, 2021

In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The water that once flowed on Mars may have been absorbed by the planet’s crust billions of years ago and not drifted into space as previously thought. NASA’s Juno mission helps researchers analyze Jupiter’s auroras.

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