NASA, Government of Japan Formalize Gateway Partnership for Artemis Program

NASA, Government of Japan Formalize Gateway Partnership for Artemis Program

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Illustration of Gateway in lunar orbit with contributions from international partners.

Credits: NASA

NASA and the Government of Japan have finalized an agreement for the lunar Gateway, an orbiting outpost that commercial and international partners will build together. This agreement strengthens the broad effort by the United States to engage international partners in sustainable lunar exploration as part of the Artemis program and to demonstrate the technologies needed for human missions to Mars. Continue reading

Latitude 33 Aviation Proudly Adds Another New Bombardier Challenger 350 Business Jet to its Fleet

  • Challenger 350 aircraft boasts an unparalleled cabin, a smooth ride and the lowest direct operating costs in its category
  • Latitude 33 Aviation to offer its newest Challenger 350 business jet for charter out of San Diego

MONTREAL, Jan. 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bombardier and Latitude 33 Aviation are pleased to announce the recent delivery of a brand-new Challenger 350 business jet, which will be available for charter out of the U.S. West Coast. Continue reading

Boeing to Provide Six More Solar Arrays for International Space Station

An artist’s concept shows the International Space Station with new arrays in place. (Boeing photo)

Augmented power supply to enhance station’s health and enable more research

HOUSTON, Jan. 11, 2021 – Boeing [NYSE: BA] will support the International Space Station’s (ISS) growing research capabilities and commercial opportunities with new solar arrays to increase the orbiting laboratory’s power supply. The modification to Boeing’s ISS sustainment contract with NASA calls for Boeing to deliver six additional solar arrays to NASA for installation beginning in 2021. Continue reading

NASA, NSF Sign Agreement to Advance Space, Earth, Biological, Physical Sciences

NASA, NSF Sign Agreement to Advance Space, Earth, Biological, Physical Sciences

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, right, and NSF Director Sethuraman Panchanathan
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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, right, and NSF Director Sethuraman Panchanathan pose for a photograph during a ceremony marking the signing of a memorandum of understanding affirming the agencies’ intent to continue their longstanding partnership in mutually beneficial research activities and education related to science and engineering.
Credits: NASA

NASA and the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) have signed a memorandum of understanding affirming the agencies’ intent to continue their longstanding partnership in mutually beneficial research activities advancing space, Earth, biological, and physical sciences to further U.S. national space policy and promote the progress of science. Continue reading