Rover’s First “Steps” Make “Parents” Proud on This Week @ NASA
The Mars Science Laboratory, also known as Curiosity, rolled across a clean room floor at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, essentially taking its first “steps” before proud mission team members. The largest rover ever made for Mars is scheduled to launch to the Red Planet in the fall of 2011. Also, two Russian cosmonauts made a successful spacewalk outside the International Space Station; wind tunnel testing is making human spaceflight safer; the first map to cover the entire surface of Mars makes its debut online, and more.
Melting a piece of a satellite
NASA names headquarters after Hidden Figure Mary W. Jackson
Spacewalk scenes with Thomas and Aki – 8K!
Spacewalk season timelapse, episode 1
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wasn't constellation canceled?
@sexydorkmo I'm still confused by this too. I think that they are continuing with the Orion capsule but not the plans past that. There is research to be done: To the internet!
@sexydorkmo ahh wikipedia, has all your answers for things you want to know, if only peripherally.
@sexydorkmo: Ha ha, no longer! Congress won an uphill battle to keep huge chunks of Constellation, and are still working for more.
Going back to the tried-and-tested apollo vehicle design nasa is on a winner.But, handing over luanch mechanisms to private enterprise is a bad idea.
Constellation is a boondoggle.