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A historic achievement for the United States, which returns to land on the moon for the first time since 1972, and the company Intuitive Machines, which seeks to prove its capabilities and serve as a supplier of equipment transfer to the moon as part of the Artemis program
With the development of civilization comes roads, and this will be especially true on the moon. To do this, the dust must be kept away. In the Apollo era, dust blocked equipment and worn space suits.
The fact that so many nations - the United States, Russia, China, India, Israel - and even commercial entities are interested in landing on the moon means that there are many opportunities to create new partnerships
The four astronauts aboard Orion will use a target attached to the space propulsion stage to demonstrate approach operations to test Orion's navigation capabilities. The target underwent illumination tests in May to ensure that it could be seen in different lighting conditions in space
The donor group that invested 45 million dollars in the Genesis 2 mission, announced that it would stop further funding; Kahn Foundation: The group will continue to support the educational activities of the Spice IL association; CEO of Space IL, Shimon Sharid: We will continue to make every effort to realize the vision of Genesis 2, and we will work as soon as possible to find new paths to carry out the mission
The moon still has much to tell us about the origin and development of the solar system. It also has scientific value as a platform for observational astronomy
what time is it on the moon Researchers suggest accommodating the time zone system on the moon as well
Mission Control is characterizing its new "green" propulsion system and developing an updated plan for Lunar Fleshlight's journey to the Moon
A new study by Weizmann Institute of Science scientists and their research partners in the USA indicates that at least some of the water on the moon may be trapped in much more accessible places - in pits and small depressions.
The Sophia airborne observatory has detected water molecules (H2O) in Calveus Crater, one of the largest craters visible from Earth, located in the southern hemisphere of the Moon. Previous observations of the lunar surface detected some type of hydrogen compound, but failed to distinguish water from its close chemical relative, hydroxyl (OH)
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