NASA and ESA will use comprehensive deep space radiation datasets from the Artemis I mission to best protect astronauts on longer and sustained future…
South Korea forays into planetary exploration, begins its ambitious lunar exploration program, and finds a collaborator in NASA.
NASA’s VIPER rover will have unprecedented agility for a planetary rover to closely study lunar water and other volatile resources on the Moon’s south…
A CLPS special issue: NASA eyes prestigious farside Moon landing while Masten’s lunar mission is in free fall.
NASA is sticking with the SLS rocket for Artemis IX and beyond. While many strongly advocate to cancel the expensive SLS program in favor of commercial…
The amount of water in the lunar mantle is critical to knowing the Moon’s origin, and with it Earth’s.
This decade is about the endurance of Artemis as a collection of funded, collaborative programs more than anything else. An initial wave of successful…
We’re about to have our first Moon mission launch since Chang’e 5 in 2020!
NASA’s first mission to the Moon’s farside will communicate with Earth thanks to an ESA-provided lunar orbiter, representing the third major…
Despite some more mission delays, seeing so many spacecraft on the verge of launching and so much future mission hardware coming together, piece by…
The first Artemis astronauts to land on the Moon will wear privately developed, advanced spacesuits that are highly flexible and capable of exploring…
On May 23, the U.S. and Japan extended their collaboration on Artemis human lunar exploration from the NASA-led Gateway space station to the Moon’s…