Huge Solar Arrays Permanently Installed on NASA’s Psyche Spacecraft
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A computer pilot helps NASA’s six-wheeled geologist as it searches for rock samples that could be brought to Earth for deeper investigation.
Sept. 21, 2023
The agency established the board in May 2023 to evaluate the technical, cost, and schedule plans prior to confirmation of the mission’s design.
The international Surface Water and Ocean Topography mission is able to measure ocean features, like El Niño, closer to a coastline than previous space-based missions.
Sept. 19, 2023
The JPL-led international team used the island as a stand-in for Venus to test radar technologies that will help uncover the planet’s ground truth.
Believed to be a remnant of powerful ancient debris flows, Gediz Vallis Ridge is a destination long sought by the rover’s science team.
Sept. 18, 2023
Launching with the NASA mission on Oct. 5, the technology demonstration will test high-bandwidth optical communications in deep space for the first time.
Sept. 15, 2023
The instrument will enable nonprofit organization Carbon Mapper to pinpoint and measure methane and carbon dioxide sources from space.
Sept. 14, 2023
Bound for a metal-rich asteroid of the same name, the Psyche mission is targeting Oct. 5 to launch from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Sept. 6, 2023
Harmful algae can endanger public health and coastal ecosystems and economies. Advances in satellite imaging are providing new ways to look at our living ocean.
Riding with the Perseverance rover, the instrument has proved to be a viable technology for astronauts on Mars to produce oxygen for fuel and breathing.
Targeting an Oct. 5 launch, the Psyche mission will explore an asteroid that will help answer fundamental questions about the formation of our solar system.
Sept. 1, 2023
NASA is working with its international partners to study the ancient Earth as it relates to Mars.
Aug. 24, 2023
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