Author Archives: Mike Wall, SPACE.com

NASA Unveils Ice-Hunting VIPER Rover’s Lunar Landing Site

The space agency’s first-ever robotic moon rover will touch down in late 2023 just west of Nobile, a crater near the lunar south pole

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Jeff Bezos Launches into Space on Blue Origin’s First Astronaut Flight

The billionaire and three others take a suborbital trip onboard the craft New Shepard

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Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin Are Finally Flying to Space

After nearly twenty years pursuing a lifelong dream of spaceflight, the world’s wealthiest person is at last ready for lift off

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China Launches Astronauts to New Space Station

The nation’s first crewed liftoff in nearly five years is the third of 11 planned launches to complete the station’s construction

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Ganymede Looks Glorious in New Images from NASA’s Juno Mission

The spacecraft captured the first close-up views of the solar system’s largest moon in more than 20 years

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First Flight of NASA’s Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Is Delayed

The interplanetary aircraft will launch no earlier than next week due to glitches in its flight-control software

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First Flight of NASA’s Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Is Delayed

The interplanetary aircraft will launch no earlier than next week because of glitches in its flight-control software

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