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Reference As the Artemis program aims to return humanity to the moon and beyond, the Artemis Accords lay out a framework for nations collaborating in this effort.
Organic material on Saturn moon Titan's surface may have difficulty getting to the underground ocean. That's where it'd need to go for Titan to potentially support life.
Chang'e-6 is expected to launch in May 2024 and touch down on the moon's far side to collect samples of lunar material to be returned to Earth for study.
Members of the United States Congress have raised warnings about Russia's plans to develop and deploy a space-based nuclear weapon designed to disable satellites in orbit.
NASA's Voyager 1 deep space probe started glitching last year, and scientists aren't sure they can fix it.
A House subcommittee asked NASA about its plan to replace the International Space Station after 2030. New commercial stations are on the way but may not be ready in time.
A technology used to protect the first astronauts to land on the moon is on its way back to the lunar surface, and you may already have some of it in your coat closet.
SpaceX launched Intuitive Machines' Odysseus spacecraft on Thursday morning (Feb. 15), kicking off the probe's quest to pull off an epic moon landing.
Russia launched the robotic Progress 87 freighter tonight (Feb. 14), sending three tons of cargo toward the International Space Station.
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