SpaceX is set to launch its first recycled Falcon 9 rocket on behalf of NASA, which will bring a payload of vital cargo aboard the company’s flagship Dragon capsule to the International Space Station (ISS).
The NASA Juno spacecraft has beamed back a wealth of information on our solar system’s largest planet and captured breathtaking images of the cloud canopy that is home to some of the largest and most violent storms in our galaxy.
As Cassini continues its terminal descent towards Saturn, its unique perspective from between the planet’s rings and surface has yielded unprecedented insights into one of the solar system’s enduring treasures.
NASA is seeking information from private companies on "the availability of small payloads" that could be delivered to the Moon and assist the agency's efforts "to understand the potential role of the Moon in future exploration activities."
Beginning this fall, NASA will allow private companies "to add their own modules and other capabilities to the International Space Station" as the space agency transitions its attention to reaching Mars by the 2030s.