Here is the largest image taken by JWST so far

Here is the largest image taken by JWST so far

A team of scientists using the James Webb Space Telescope has just released the largest image taken by the telescope to date. The image is a mosaic of 690 individual images taken with the telescope’s near-infrared camera (NIRCam) and it covers an area of ​​sky about eight times larger than JWST’s first deep-field image released … Read more

NASA’s Artemis I Mega Moon Rocket arrives at Launchpad before liftoff

NASA’s Artemis I Mega Moon Rocket arrives at Launchpad before liftoff

The engineers and technicians were occupied by funds and final tests of the spatial launch system and Orion spacecraft inside the vehicle assembly building at Kennedy Space Center in NASA in Florida. The rocket stack made a few trips to launch in March and June for the wet dress rehearsal, a test that simulated every … Read more

SLS hits the pad for Artemis 1 launch

SLS hits the pad for Artemis 1 launch

WASHINGTON — NASA’s Space Launch System made its third trip to the launch pad Aug. 17, this time with plans to lift off early next month. The mobile launch pad carrying the SLS and its Orion spacecraft departed Kennedy Space Center’s Vehicle Assembly Building at approximately 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time on August 16, arriving at … Read more

Discovery of a new rare “hot sub-Neptune” exoplanet

Phase-folded HARPS radial velocity data over the orbital period of TOI-2196 b after subtracting stellar systemic velocity and linear trend. Credit: Persson et al., 2022. Using NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), an international team of astronomers has detected a new alien world. The new exoplanet, designated TOI-2196 b, turns out to be a rare … Read more

Mars model provides method to land humans on Red Planet

Credit: public domain CC0 A mathematical model developed by space medicine experts at the Australian National University (ANU) could be used to predict whether an astronaut can safely travel to Mars and perform mission duties by setting foot on the red planet. The ANU team simulated the impact of prolonged exposure to weightlessness on the … Read more

Vulcan Centaur rocket: the space beast of tomorrow

The Vulcan Centaur rocket – slated for launch in late 2022 – is a new methane-fueled rocket from one of America’s most experienced space launch operators, United Launch Alliance (ULA). The Vulcan Centaur rocket will join ULA’s well-established workhorses, Atlas V and Delta IV, in launching payloads into space. Like its predecessors, it will be … Read more