Nasa Administrator Announces Plans To Go To The Moon And Stay
NASA administrator talks up industry, CU’s role in returning astronauts to the moon
(Aug 2019) NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told an auditorium packed with University of Colorado students to appreciate that they’re studying in a program in which academia, government and industry are
NASA Dangles $7 Billion Carrot for Next Moon Landing
on 25th of Aug 2019 The agency is still lobbying Congress and President Donald Trump to sign off on Artemis, which may require as much as $30 billion to complete the task by 2024, NASA administrator James Bridenstine
Actually, NASA is looking at all options for the Moon—including prizes
(Aug 2019) In response to Gingrich’s proposal, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said he did not oppose the concept of prizes to further NASA’s exploration aims. “We, at NASA, are actively pursuing
Nasa says 49 debris from A-Sat test still in space, Indian missile expert slams report
on 25th of Aug 2019 Soon after the test, former DRDO director general V K Saraswat while reacting to Nasa administrator Jim Bridenstine’s statement that A-Sat test was a “terrible thing” had told TOI that it
NASA administrator tours CU Boulder’s new aerospace building
(Aug 2019) University officials were joined by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on Friday during the first tour of the new Aerospace Engineering Sciences Building at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Is this any way for NASA to build a lunar lander?
(Aug 2019) NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine James (Jim) Frederick Bridenstine Making space exploration cool again In-space refueling vs heavy lift? NASA and SpaceX choose both From Apollo 11 to Artemis
NASA offers huge $7billion contract for next moon landing mission
on 25th of Aug 2019 NASA administrator James Bridenstine told CNN in June. NASA is still attempting to lobby Congress and President Donald Trump to sign off on Artemis, which may require as much as $30billion (£24billion
NASA considering all-female crew for Artemis moon mission
(Aug 2019) But that might change to become the first two women on the moon. NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine addressed engineering students at the University of Colorado Boulder on Friday. The school
Administrator of NASA shares his vision for the future during visit to CU Boulder
(Aug 2019) Administrator Jim Bridenstine came to CU Boulder not just to check out their brand-new Aerospace Engineering building, but to meet some of the students that will be designing the future of space.