Internally Nasa Believes Boeing Ahead Of Spacex In Commercial Crew
Don’t Blame the Government Shutdown for SpaceX Delays
on 16th of Jan 2019 SpaceX and Boeing . NASA says the astronaut program, known as Commercial Crew, is part of a small group of NASA activities that are exempt from the government closure, including International Space
This Week In Space: SpaceX good, SpaceX bad, crystal stars, and it’s not aliens
(Jan 2019) SpaceX also appears to be running ahead of . officials believe could mark a turning point in the U.S. space program, which could see all sorts of new milestones as NASA celebrates the 50th anniversa
Help Identify Sea Change Investment Opportunities
(Jan 2019) As hard as it is to believe, in my early days of banking there . With greater frequency, internal meetings occurred as cash management began to gather steam, but still there was resistance.
Where will NASA go in 20 years? It may depend on private space and China
on 16th of Jan 2019 Ars Technica
To divine the future of NASA in 2038, we looked back to 1998 for some clues.
NASA’s New Space Taxis | Space – Air & Space Magazine
(months ago) NASA’s New Space Taxis | Space Air & Space Magazine
The astronauts’ next spacecraft won’t be government property.
Goodbye, Mattis. Goodbye, Syria. Hello, 2019
(Jan 2019) Defense One
Dramatic shifts abound as Trump puts US military’s war plans in doubt, Democrats resurge in Congress, and the Pentagon gets a new boss.
SpaceX 7 months away from 1st crewed test flight
(months ago) SpaceFlight Insider
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. — SpaceX continues to take breathtaking leaps in terms of returning the United States’ ability to launch astronauts from .
When will commercial crew launch? – The Space Review
(months ago) When will commercial crew launch? The Space Review
Early this year, NASA announced an updated schedule of commercial crew test flights. According to that schedule, Boeing would launch an uncrewed test flight .
Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems readies SRBs for first SLS flights
(some months now) NASASpaceflight.com
Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems continues production of solid rocket booster (SRB) segments for the first launches of NASA’s Space Launch System .
Bridenstine emphasizes partnerships with industry to achieve NASA goals
(months ago) SpaceNews
NASA will need to partner with industry wherever possible while maintaining internal capabilities to build spacecraft, the agency’s new administrator said.
A fraying spaceflight infrastructure
(some months now) The Space Review
In comments Friday in Moscow, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine praised the concept of what he called “dissimilar redundancy” in spaceflight. “In other words .
Trump administration supports transition to commercially-focused space station
(months ago) Spaceflight Now
STORY WRITTEN FOR CBS NEWS & USED WITH PERMISSION. File photo of the International Space Station from the final space shuttle mission in 2011.
Is NASA getting its mojo back? – Washington Examiner
(some months now) Is NASA getting its mojo back? Washington Examiner
After some astounding firsts, America slowed down its pursuit of the stars. Now, Washington is looking skyward again.