Publisher: NASA Date: 2020-10-21T10:42-04:00 Twitter: @11348282 Reference: ' Not to change the topic here: ' International Observe the Moon Night 2020: Celebrate with NASA's Artemis program in webcast tonight.
We've launched 9,600 satellites since 1957. For the first few decades, no one thought about what would happen once they reached the end of their lives. By the time space agencies decided to do something, it had become a problem.
If all you want to do is walk around on Mars, then this isn't the simulator for you. But if you're interested in the logistics of getting to Mars ' which is the ultimate goal of the game ' then you'll likely love this.
And here's another article: ' NASA will 'fist bump' an asteroid to reveal the Solar System's secrets NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is set to sample the diamond-shaped asteroid Bennu.Credit: NASA/Goddard/University of Arizona NASA is about to grab .
In case you are keeping track: ' Nokia wins NASA contract to put a 4G network on the moon. Yes, really. NASA ' Nokia of America $14.1 million to deploy a cellular network on the moon. The freaking moon.