Moon

Eyes Up: October

The night sky offers a show unlike anything else. In this monthly series, we will explore some of the top viewing experiences for backyard astronomers. Here are some highlights from NASA’s most recent Skywatching report, as to what you can look forward to observing in the October sky! Oct. 2

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Overcoming the challenges of human space flight

In order to send astronauts further into the cosmos, NASA must solve the challenges of human deep space exploration. NASA’s Human Research Program (HRP) has empowered the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) to research and develop innovative approaches to reduce the risks to humans on long-duration exploration missions,

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Launch Pad: Crew-3 launch

Each month, in our Launch Pad series we cover notable spaceflight missions set to liftoff soon. NASA’s SpaceX Crew-3 mission will launch four astronauts aboard a Crew Dragon spacecraft on a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center to the International Space Station as early as

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Artemis

Artemis I: About Orion

A new era of space exploration has begun, and with it a new spacecraft designed to carry humans where we have never gone before. Take a closer look at the upcoming Artemis I flight, a mission that will pave the way for future lunar exploration, in our newest blog series.

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Harvest Moon

Eyes Up: September

The night sky offers a show unlike anything else. In this monthly series, we will explore some of the top viewing experiences for backyard astronomers. Here are some highlights from NASA’s most recent Skywatching report, as to what you can look forward to observing in the September sky! Sept. 3

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Neutralizing Gravity on Earth

Gravitational force varies significantly from Earth, to the Moon, and Mars. In order to prepare astronauts to work in a variety of environments, NASA must continuously develop innovative training systems. NASA Johnson Space Center is home to the Active Response Gravity Offload System (ARGOS), which simulates reduced gravity environments. Learn

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Landsat 9

Launch Pad: Landsat 9 continues nearly 50-year legacy

Each month, in our new Launch Pad series we will cover notable spaceflight missions set to liftoff soon. What’s up next? The Landsat 9 launch, currently scheduled for September. Next month, Landsat 9 will launch, continuing almost a 50-year legacy of documenting our changing world. The satellite will liftoff in

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Exercising in space

Pop Quiz: Exercising in space

Astronauts don’t stop exercising when they travel into space. In fact, they double down with a rigorous exercise regimen to fight bone and muscle loss during their long duration spaceflight missions. Far above the Earth, astronauts are exercising on the International Space Station (ISS) to combat the effects of microgravity

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Artemis underwater training

Artemis I: Dive into Artemis Training

Take a closer look at the upcoming Artemis I flight, a mission that will pave the way for future lunar exploration, in our newest blog series. Last time we shared the Artemis I mission overview with you. This week, we are diving into Artemis training. While the Artemis I mission

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Perseid meteor shower

Eyes Up – August

The night sky offers a show unlike anything else. In this monthly series, we will explore some of the top viewing experiences for backyard astronomers. Here are some highlights from NASA’s July Skywatching report, as to what you can look forward to observing in the August sky! Aug. 2 –

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