Outcomes of DART Planetary Protection Check & Gorgeous New Webb Picture
The outcomes of NASA’s DART planetary protection check …
Astronauts return safely from the area station …
And extra new imagery from the Webb Area Telescope … a number of of the tales to let you know about – This Week at NASA!
Information Confirms DART Influence Modified Asteroid’s Movement
Information from the intentional affect of NASA’s DART spacecraft with asteroid Dimorphos affirm that …
“DART efficiently modified the focused asteroid’s trajectory.” — Invoice Nelson, NASA Administrator
NASA’s SpaceX Crew-4 Mission Returns Safely to Earth
NASA’s SpaceX Crew-4 mission safely returned from the International Space Station after nearly six months of conducting research and technology demonstrations to prepare for human exploration beyond low-Earth orbit and to benefit life on Earth.
Webb Sees Star Duo’s “Fingerprint”
A new Webb Space Telescope image shows a series of dust rings from a pair of stars. The stars’ orbits bring them together about once every eight years. So, like the rings of a tree trunk, the dust loops mark the passage of time.
New Target Date for Next Artemis I Launch Attempt
The next launch attempt of NASA’s Artemis I Moon mission is now targeted for November 14. The uncrewed flight test of our Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft will thoroughly test all systems before making Artemis flights with astronauts.
That’s what’s up this week @NASA …
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