We know why the two sides of the moon are so different

A new study of craters on the lunar surface tends to attribute the asymmetry between the two lunar faces to a massive meteorite impact at its south pole, following the hypothesis that the latter thus motivated volcanic processes at a level on its visible side. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] GRAIL filming the … Read more

What’s the difference between the two giant launchers from SpaceX and NASA?

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] SLS, the most powerful launcher in the world Video presentation of the future most powerful launch vehicle in the world, developed by NASA for the Artemis lunar program. Today NASA as well as SpaceX each of them is developing a heavy launcher capable of sending people to moon … Read more

Revisiting the origin of the Apollo 14 rocks changes our understanding of its history

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Apollo program: where are the landing sites on the moon? For each Apollo mission, NASA chose two landing sites. Thus, these are 14 sites that will be checked before sending astronauts there. This choice was a daunting task for NASA, which had to compromise between ease of access, … Read more

main differences between NASA and SpaceX heavy launch vehicles

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] SLS, the most powerful launcher in the world Video presentation of the future most powerful launch vehicle in the world, developed by NASA for the Artemis lunar program. Today NASA and SpaceX each of them is developing a heavy launcher capable of sending people to moon and on … Read more

How will the Artemis I mission around the Moon unfold?

This is the first time launcher SLS (Space launch system) shows himself completely public cape canaveral. Accompanied Full moon, the SLS dominates the historic launch pad as it slowly makes its way to launch pad 39B. It reminds observers and an entire generation of the path Saturn V traveled to that same launch pad before … Read more

NASA’s future lunar rocket makes a christening… from the air

NASA’s new giant rocket is due to make its first flight to the launch pad on Thursday, March 17, ahead of a series of tests that, if successful, should lead to a trip to the moon this summer. Read alsoSpace conquest: France and NASA go to Titan The SLS rocket will leave the assembly building … Read more