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International Astronomical Union names crater on the Moon's South Pole after Arctic explorer Matthew Henson
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International Astronomical Union names crater on the Moon's South Pole after Arctic explorer Matthew Henson

The Henson Crater is in the same region where the Artemis program by NASA aims to land the next generation of lunar explorers.

Blue Origin sues NASA over decision to award Artemis moon lander contract to SpaceX
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Blue Origin sues NASA over decision to award Artemis moon lander contract to SpaceX

The bidders said that the evaluation process was unfair and that NASA should award more than one contract when SpaceX won the human landing system contract worth $2.9 billion.

NASA didn't violate regulations by awarding moon lander contract to SpaceX: US watchdog
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NASA didn't violate regulations by awarding moon lander contract to SpaceX: US watchdog

The finding is a blow in particular to Blue Origin, which was seen as the second strongest bid.

China will soon have a monopoly on space stations as it begins construction of Tiangong
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China will soon have a monopoly on space stations as it begins construction of Tiangong

The ISS is coming to its natural end and is scheduled to be decommissioned after 2024 to leave place for the Lunar Gateway.

NASA contract ignites Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk feud as they vie for space supremacy
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NASA contract ignites Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk feud as they vie for space supremacy

While SpaceX and Blue Origin benefit from their founders' ample financial resources, they compete for contracts with US military or space agencies.

Flying to the moon: Jeff Bezos challenges NASA over its moon lander deal with SpaceX
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Flying to the moon: Jeff Bezos challenges NASA over its moon lander deal with SpaceX

Blue Origin's bid double the price of SpaceX’s but NASA re-negotiated the price with SpaceX and didn't do it with the other teams

SpaceX will build lunar lander for NASA to send humans back to the moon
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SpaceX will build lunar lander for NASA to send humans back to the moon

Flying to the moon on NASA-launched Orion capsule astronauts will transfer to Starship in lunar orbit for the ride down and back.

NASA's SLS rocket faces new setback that could delay astronauts' return to the moon
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NASA's SLS rocket faces new setback that could delay astronauts' return to the moon

Less than a minute into a recent test, the SLS engine experienced a 'major component failure' – a considerable setback in the rocket's developmental timeline.

NASA introduces 18 astronauts who will train for the 2024 Artemis moon mission
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NASA introduces 18 astronauts who will train for the 2024 Artemis moon mission

he first woman and the next man to walk on the moon will come from this bunch of astronauts from who only half have even gone to space.

NASA's 'Lunar Loo' challenge awards innovative toilet designs for use in microgravity, on the moon
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NASA's 'Lunar Loo' challenge awards innovative toilet designs for use in microgravity, on the moon

The winners were picked on the basis of the loo's capabilities, its technical maturity, safety and overall innovation factor.

NASA announces ‘Lunar Loo Challenge’ to come up with best space toilet for its future lander
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NASA announces ‘Lunar Loo Challenge’ to come up with best space toilet for its future lander

The contest began on 25 June and the winner will get $35,000 in total prizes along with public recognition and a winner's certificate.

NASA contracts private companies — SpaceX, Blue Origin, Dynetics — to develop Artemis' lunar lander
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NASA contracts private companies — SpaceX, Blue Origin, Dynetics — to develop Artemis' lunar lander

The three companies will develop, build and fly the landers and the contract for the initial 10-month period is $967 million.

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy, new Dragon XL will ferry cargo, supplies to Lunar Gateway
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SpaceX's Falcon Heavy, new Dragon XL will ferry cargo, supplies to Lunar Gateway

The Dragon XL spacecraft will carry research supplies that will help future astronauts on the moon collect lunar samples.

To Moon, Mars and beyond: First batch of NASA astronauts graduate two-year training school
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To Moon, Mars and beyond: First batch of NASA astronauts graduate two-year training school

They can go on any manned mission and will join the ranks of about 500 people who have been to space.

NASA announces graduating class of 11 astronauts for upcoming missions to space, Moon and Mars
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NASA announces graduating class of 11 astronauts for upcoming missions to space, Moon and Mars

After 2 years of basic astronaut training, the new batch is ready to train at the ISS and for the Artemis program after graduating 10 January 2020.

JAXA to build moon rover, space vehicle for use in NASA's Artemis moon mission
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JAXA to build moon rover, space vehicle for use in NASA's Artemis moon mission

NASA wants to return to the moon with the Artemis mission and they are building a smaller version of the ISS to orbit the moon.

First of NASA's Artemis moon missions in 2024 to feature two astronauts, lunar rover
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First of NASA's Artemis moon missions in 2024 to feature two astronauts, lunar rover

The Artemis mission will also feature an unpressurized rover for astronauts to move around faster in.

NASA unveils new, bunny-hop proof, astronaut spacesuits for its Artemis mission
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NASA unveils new, bunny-hop proof, astronaut spacesuits for its Artemis mission

NASA views its return to the Moon as a proving ground for an onward mission to Mars in the 2030s.

NASA successful tests propulsion engines of Orion spacecraft to be used in Artemis
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NASA successful tests propulsion engines of Orion spacecraft to be used in Artemis

The test lasted for 12 minutes and the system never left the ground during the simulation.

NASA faces delays in moon mission, changes Head of Operation to meet Trump's 2024 Artemis deadline
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NASA faces delays in moon mission, changes Head of Operation to meet Trump's 2024 Artemis deadline

Former astronaut Ken Bowersox will be acting head said NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine.