An independent study shows that it is near impossible NASA would be able to accomplish its goal of putting astronauts back on the moon by 2020. Augustine Update: Return to the Moon Unlikely before 2028
A panel met to discuss the future direction of NASA, pushing for deep space exploration instead of Moon or Mars landings as the next goal. Panel Wants Deep Space, Not Landings as U.S. Goals
With the Augustine Commission’s suggestion that commercial space is likely to lead the development of space exploration in the future, enthusiasts anticipate the space industry following in the steps of the Internet industry. A Netscape Moment for the Commercial Space Industry?
ISU will address space education and outreach as developing the full human potential of the broader population, not just attracting young people into studying mathematics and science for the nation’s technical and economic benefit. ISU’s 14th Annual Symposium
COTS winner Orbital Sciences Corporation broke ground last week on their new launch pad for their Taurus II Launch vehicle, which they will be launching to refuel the International Space Station.Orbital Sciences Breaks Ground on New Launchpad