1. As NASA tries to land on the Moon, it has plenty of rockets to choose from  Ars Technica
  2. NASA news: Space agency reveals futuristic Moon landing spacesuits - 'Not for the meek'  Express.co.uk
  3. NASA Slammed a Rocket Body Into the Moon for Science 10 Years Ago Today  Space.com
  4. NASA reveals new astronaut spacesuits for Moon and Mars missions, debut likely in 2024  International Business Times, Singapore Edition
  5. 2001 was fiction but NASA boffins are still going to develop an AI system to manage the Lunar Gateway  The Register
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One of them is even something the agency is calling a "commercial" SLS.One of them is even something the agency is calling a "commercial" SLS.

As NASA tries to land on the Moon, it has plenty of rockets to choose from | Ars Technica

NASA has unveiled the next generation of spacesuits astronauts will wear on the Moon under NASA’s Artemis Moon landing programme.NASA has unveiled the next generation of spacesuits astronauts will wear on the Moon under NASA’s Artemis Moon landing programme.

NASA news: Space agency reveals futuristic Moon landing spacesuits - 'Not for the meek' | Science | News | Express.co.uk

NASA has released details of the new type of spacesuits that its astronauts will wear during their exploration missions on the Moon and Mars as part of the Artemis program.NASA has released details of the new type of spacesuits that its astronauts will wear during their exploration missions on the Moon and Mars as part of the Artemis program.

NASA reveals new astronaut spacesuits for Moon and Mars missions, debut likely in 2024

Ten years ago today (Oct. 9), NASA slammed a hunk of space junk into the moon, forever changing our perception of Earth's nearest neighbor.The LCROSS mission revealed that craters near the moon's south pole hold lots of water ice.

NASA Slammed a Rocket Body Into the Moon for Science 10 Years Ago Today | Space

“Will a woman be one of the next U.S. astronauts to walk on the moon? If so, it will be thanks to NASA’s Janet Kavandi, profiled below. Only about 15% of NASA’s top jobs are filled by women. Surprised? @nasa ⁦@novapbs⁩ @U.S. Astronauts Hall of Fame https://t.co/HEFd578aTj”

Paula Apsell on Twitter: "Will a woman be one of the next U.S. astronauts to walk on the moon? If so, it will be thanks to NASA’s Janet Kavandi, profiled below. Only about 15% of NASA’s top jobs are filled by women. Surprised? @nasa ⁦@novapbs⁩ @U.S. Astronauts Hall of Fame https://t.co/HEFd578aTj"

“NASA’s #Artemis program will land astronauts on the Moon by 2024. This endeavor is not only a crucial way to study the Moon itself, but it’s also a great place to learn more about protecting Earth. See how: https://t.co/CLR7z9l5c5”

Thomas Zurbuchen on Twitter: "NASA’s #Artemis program will land astronauts on the Moon by 2024. This endeavor is not only a crucial way to study the Moon itself, but it’s also a great place to learn more about protecting Earth. See how: https://t.co/CLR7z9l5c5… https://t.co/6n4MEGMoim"

“NEWS: Our #Artemis astronauts will #SuitUp in a high-tech spacesuit called xEMU. @NASA will build the 2024 suit for the first woman and next man on the Moon. We’ll ask U.S. companies to manage production for 2025 & beyond. More: https://t.co/5g2KDcHdHs”

Jim Bridenstine on Twitter: "NEWS: Our #Artemis astronauts will #SuitUp in a high-tech spacesuit called xEMU. @NASA will build the 2024 suit for the first woman and next man on the Moon. We’ll ask U.S. companies to manage production for 2025 & beyond. More: https://t.co/5g2KDcHdHs… https://t.co/Qfkm3nDYuQ"

“— The astronauts flew a dune buggy to the Moon so they could drive around. — At the start of space flight, scientists didn't know if humans would be able to think in zero gravity. — NASA almost forgot to take an American flag to the Moon. #GlobalEdChat https://t.co/lUdXSstMAl”

((Charles Fishman)) on Twitter: "— The astronauts flew a dune buggy to the Moon so they could drive around. — At the start of space flight, scientists didn't know if humans would be able to think in zero gravity. — NASA almost forgot to take an American flag to the Moon. #GlobalEdChat https://t.co/lUdXSstMAl"

We're still several years away from seeing NASA send humans back to the Moon, but when you're planning for a mission as intense as that, preparation takes a long, long time.We’re still several years away from seeing NASA send humans back to the Moon, but when you’re planning for a mission as intense as that, preparation takes a long, long time. One of the …

Here is NASA’s new spacesuit that astronauts will wear to the Moon – BGR

We’re bound to see some very exciting things happening on the moon soon – particularly if plans laid out by billionaires space entrepreneurs pan out.We’re bound to see some very exciting things happening on the moon soon – particularly if plans laid out by billionaires space entrepreneurs pan out.

Space Week 2019: A year for tech demonstrations, space oddities, commitments to explore the Moon; Part II- Technology News, Firstpost

Sometime within the next five years or so, NASA plans on sending humans back to the Moon. Looking to the future, NASA is laying the groundwork for crewed trips to Mars as well, and all of this exciting space exploration has inevitably led many to question just how long before humans set up shop on a...Sometime within the next five years or so, NASA plans on sending humans back to the Moon. Looking to the future, NASA is laying the groundwork for crewed trips to Mars as well, and all of this exci…

Nobel Prize winner says mankind is doomed to remain on Earth forever – BGR

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2001 was fiction but NASA boffins are still going to develop an AI system to manage the Lunar Gateway • The Register

10 years ago, NASA slammed the surface of the Moon with a rocket body. Why?10 years ago, NASA slammed the surface of the Moon with a rocket body. Why?

Why NASA Slammed A Rocket Body Into The Moon 10 Years Ago

As it gets ready for its first crewed mission to the Moon in decades, NASA is accelerating the development of the tools that will make the Artemis program a success, from the orbital launch system to the spacesuits to be worn by astronauts on the surface of the satellite.As it gets ready for its first crewed mission to the Moon in decades, NASA is accelerating the development of the tools that will make the Artemis program a success, from the orbital launch system to the spacesuits to be worn by astronauts on the surface of the satellite.

NASA Details xEMU, the Artemis Program Spacesuit - autoevolution

Artist concept of an astronaut in the xEMU space suit setting up a science experiment on the lunar surface. Credits: NASA Media are invited to NASA...Artist concept of an astronaut in the xEMU space suit setting up a science experiment on the lunar surface. Credits: NASA Media are invited to NASA...

NASA Invites Media to Events Highlighting Spacesuits for Moon to Mars | Mirage News