The Perseverance Rover Enters Safe Mode After Launch

NASA has launched the Perseverance rover without issues, but the spacecraft is in safe mode due to an unexpected glitch.  The launch took place at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida with the help of an Atlas V rocket. According to a statement…

Russia Seems To Reject The Artemis Initiative

NASA has been hard at work on a variety of projects, and one of the latest ones is the recruitment of partners for the Artemis initiative program. NASA and Japan have recently signed a Joint Exploration Declaration of Intent related to Artemis and the International…

NASA Updates Space Contamination Guidelines

The dream to colonize other planets and sections of space is shared by many space agencies and governments from all over the world, but important factors need to be taken into account before such a venture will be possible, and one of them is the…

Space Agencies Explore The Impact Of COVID-19 Via Satellites

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life for millions of people across all over the world, and many of the consequences are already visible in several fields. Companies were forced to sent people home, lockdowns were imposed, and social distancing forces friends and families to avoid…

NASA Chose A Lander For The Water Hunt Mission On The Moon

Astrobotic, a space robotics company, will be responsible for providing a water-hunting rover to NASA by late 2023, the space agency announced. NASA hasn’t yet decided which rocket it will use to send the rover to Earth’s satellite, but the medium-sized rover will “descend” to…