An Unknown Object Clings to NASA’s Mars Helicopter

An Unknown Object Clings to NASA's Mars Helicopter

NASA ‘s Ingenuity helicopter rose from the Martian ground on September 24 for a short repositioning flight, and it apparently wasn’t alone on this flight. Navigation images from the flight show a light-colored object stuck to the helicopter for at least part of the journey. The object definitely looks like a small piece of toilet paper and floats around … Read more

Artemis I Test will be held on Wednesday

Artemis I Test will be held on Wednesday

After two failed attempts to launch its new rocket, NASA is preparing for a third attempt on September 27 to test the Space Launch System . As part of launch preparations, this time NASA will conduct a separate cryogenic demonstration test a few days before launch to check if the final fixes are working. This test will be broadcast live by NASA this week, and … Read more

NASA in the Stage of Solving Artemis I Rocket Problems

NASA in the Stage of Solving Artemis I Rocket Problems

NASA is working to finally get its next-generation rocket into orbit to launch the ambitious Artemis space exploration program. After unsuccessful attempts to launch the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket on August 29 and September 3, NASA engineers at the Kennedy Space Center launch site in Florida are working tirelessly to resolve the issues that have caused these countdowns to stop. … Read more

NASA Releases Black Hole Sound

NASA Releases Black Hole Sound

NASA announced that they had recorded the sound of a black hole last May . Since then, NASA has been trying to organize this sound so that the human ear can hear it, and it has achieved its goal and shared its audible form on its social media account. Under normal conditions, since space consists of a vacuum, there … Read more

NASA’s Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Begins Missions Again

NASA's Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Begins Missions Again

When we last heard from the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter , it had landed quickly before Mars’ winter and mud season, but now the NASA team working on the spacecraft is preparing for its next flyby, which could take place this week. Ingenuity’s 30th flyby will be a short jump to test the spacecraft’s system health following the storms … Read more