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Forum: Policy June 13th 21, 02:36 AM Posted to sci.space.policy
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NASA to land payloads on the far side of the Moon for the first time

"NASA has chosen three new scientific payloads under its Commercial Lunar
Payload Services initiative, which is part of the Artemis program. Of the three,
two will be landing on the lunar...
Forum: Policy June 3rd 21, 04:01 PM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 0
Views: 657
NASA announces first new missions to Venus in almost three decades

"NASA announced plans on Wednesday to launch a pair of missions to
Venus between 2028 and 2030 – its first in decades – to study the
atmosphere and geologic features of Earth’s so-called...
Forum: Policy April 19th 21, 05:47 PM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 10
Views: 1,757
NASA Mars helicopter makes history as first vehicle to fly on another planet

"A small helicopter opened a new chapter of space exploration this morning
when it lifted off the surface of Mars, marking humankind’s first powered flight
on another planet. The 19-inch-tall...
Forum: Policy April 1st 21, 05:04 AM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 4
Views: 374
New Warp Drive Model Requires No ‘Exotic Matter,’ Scientists Say We Can Build It

Feasible? Or just more dreamware?

"On the heels of The Debrief’s exclusive interview with a Chicago area
engineer who patented a new concept for faster than light travel, a team of
researchers...
Forum: Policy March 9th 21, 08:51 PM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 5
Views: 406
Russia and China agree to build joint lunar space station

"Russia and China signed a memorandum of understanding on Tuesday to
set up an international lunar research station as both countries seek to
catch up with the United States in the space...
Forum: Policy March 2nd 21, 06:29 PM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 0
Views: 379
SpaceX once left its rocket engineers on an island without food,leading them to mutiny, according to a new book

Such a kind boss.

"SpaceX engineers were living and working on Omelek, part of the Marshall
Islands' Kwajalein Atoll, because that's the spot the company chose to
escape the US Air Force. The Air...
Forum: Policy March 2nd 21, 05:29 PM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 0
Views: 364
Mysterious New Warp Drive Patent Surfaces Online

"In April of 2020, two engineers from Chicago, Jessica Gallanis and Eytan
Halm Suchard published a patent application for a drive using the updated
Harold White designs. A device aptly named the...
Forum: Policy March 2nd 21, 05:19 PM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 5
Views: 404
First-ever space hotel slated to be operational by 2027

"This decade will see the start and completion of construction on humanity’s
first hotel in outer space, according to the group behind it, Orbital Assembly.

The 3-year-old company plans to begin...
Forum: Policy February 14th 21, 01:12 AM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 0
Views: 401
Space Launch System Program is Finally Slowly Dying

"NASA has switched to the SpaceX Falcon Heavy to launch the first two pieces
of the Gateway lunar outpost in 2024. This will be a $331 million contract and
will use a modified version of the Falcon...
Forum: Policy February 14th 21, 01:11 AM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 4
Views: 493
A Thank You To 'dumpster4'

On Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at 8:10:12 AM UTC-8, David Spain wrote:
I don't think anybody has ever thanked dumpster4 for posting interesting
news articles here in sci.space.policy.

I...
Forum: Policy February 14th 21, 01:10 AM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 0
Views: 344
Elon Musk on Colonizing Mars and the Galaxy

"Elon Musk spoke with Joe Rogan about getting Mars colonization to the point
where it would be self-sustaining without additional supplies or support from
Earth.

The entire point for Elon is to...
Forum: Policy February 14th 21, 01:03 AM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 0
Views: 431
Af/Pak & Other News (2/13/2021)

Taliban warn NATO to push ahead with troop withdrawal in Afghanistan

https://www.france24.com/en/live-news/20210213-taliban-warn-nato-to-push-ahead-with-troop-withdrawal-in-afghanistan



Huge...
Forum: Policy February 7th 21, 08:11 PM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 0
Views: 415
Next stop Mars: 3 spacecraft arriving in quick succession

"The United Arab Emirates’ orbiter reaches Mars on Tuesday, followed less
than 24 hours later by China’s orbiter-rover combo. NASA’s rover, the cosmic
caboose, will arrive on the scene a week...
Forum: Policy January 15th 21, 02:53 AM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 5
Views: 617
Nuclear-Powered Rockets Get a Second Look for Travel to Mars?

Looks like the British are taking an interest in the concept too:

"Rolls-Royce and the UK Space Agency have signed an agreement to study the
application of nuclear energy in space exploration. The...
Forum: Policy January 12th 21, 05:16 PM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 0
Views: 860
NASA extends Juno, turning spacecraft into an Io, Europa, andGanymede explorer

What other existing, deployed spacecraft can/should have their
missions extended?

"NASA has announced that it will extend the missions for two of its
interplanetary explorers launching during the...
Forum: Policy December 23rd 20, 11:20 PM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 5
Views: 617
Nuclear-Powered Rockets Get a Second Look for Travel to Mars


Are nukes the future of space travel?

"For all the controversy they stir up on Earth, nuclear reactors can produce
the energy and propulsion needed to rapidly take large spacecraft to Mars
and, if...
Forum: Policy December 12th 20, 05:47 AM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 1
Views: 516
Space Manifolds: How useful for space exploration?

Can Space Manifolds be used to send probes to other planets more effectively
than current gravity-assist methods?

Accessing the arches of chaos in the solar system for fast transport

"In a new...
Forum: Policy December 5th 20, 07:51 AM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 1
Views: 547
Aevum's Space Launch Plane Is A-5 Vigilante Sized, Its Claims AreEven Bigger

"A little-known U.S. start-up, Aevum, held an online rollout event yesterday for
its Ravn X Autonomous Launch Vehicle, including footage of a full-size
mockup of the aircraft. Established in 2016,...
Forum: Policy September 22nd 20, 06:14 AM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 29
Views: 1,553
Life on Venus? Astronomers See a Signal in Its Clouds

Now the Russians are claiming the place:

"Venus is a “Russian planet,” the head of Russia’s state space agency said Tuesday following
new research that suggests there could be life on the...
Forum: Policy September 6th 20, 10:42 PM Posted to sci.space.policy
Replies: 27
Views: 1,480
Mach Thruster Update.

On Sunday, September 6, 2020 at 10:22:25 AM UTC-7, Alain Fournier wrote:


the important thing in life is to be convinced, but you will regret
everything as soon as the patent is filed...
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