June 6, 12:01 am, NASA’s SLS rocket has once again left the VAB on a 4.2 mile journey to Launch Complex 39B were teams will hopefully run through a full Wet Dress Rehearsal and give us a target launch date for the Artemis I mission around the Moon.
Nov. 24th, 1:21 AM Est, NASA launches the DART mission using a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California on the first ever Planetary Defense mission to impact an asteroid in an attempt to alter its orbital course.
Early Halloween morning, 2:21 AM Est the Crew-3 mission will launch from LC-39A at Kennedy Space Center with four astronauts onboard the Dragon capsule. Twenty four hours later they will dock with the ISS to begin their six month stay to conduct experiments for NASA.
Photo Credit: NASA/SpaceX April 24th, 5:08 AM Edt. 250 miles above Earth at the International Space Station At […]
Tomorrow, April 23rd four astronauts are set to depart Earth from the Kennedy Space Center in FL to embark on a six month mission in space. Meet the crew of Crew-2
The year 2020 has come and with it the next Mars launch window. As such, several national space […]
Featured Image: A “streak shot” of the launch of Solar Orbiter from Cape Canaveral (Image credit: Next Horizons […]
Featured Image: Solar Orbiter is removed from it’s shipping container in November 2019. (Image credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett) The […]
KOUROU, FRENCH GUIANA – Citing a software error, The European Space Agency has delayed the launch of the […]