Space Explored’s Zac Hall and Seth Kurkowski unpack the last week in launches from SpaceX’s SXM-7 mission to Astra’s first rocket reaching space, the latest status update on Space Launch System and the Artemis I mission around the Moon, Canada’s plans to send the first Canadian astronaut to the Moon, Space Force naming its members and gaining its first astronaut, three Crew-3 astronauts being named, updates on Amazon’s Project Kuiper and Blue Origin’s New Glenn Rocket, and much more.
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- In-flight abort test – Commercial Crew Program
- Solar Orbiter Launch Takes Solar Science to New Heights
- Solar Orbiter Returns First Data, Snaps Closest Pictures of the Sun
- NASA taps SpaceX’s Dragon XL to deliver cargo for Gateway lunar missions
- Here’s what SpaceX is delivering to the ISS on CRS-20
- NASA taps SpaceX, Blue Origin, and Dynetics to develop human landing systems for Artemis moon mission
- Early SpaceX prototype test ends in fiery explosion, unrelated to NASA astronaut mission
- NASA names team planning to send engineers and scientists on suborbital spaceflight missions
- NASA rover Perseverance is on the way to Mars following successful ULA Atlas V launch
- Splashdown! Dragon returns to Earth after historic test flight
- Boaters crash NASA astronaut splashdown for SpaceX mission in dangerous coordinated effort
- Life on Venus? Scientists haven’t ruled it out with atmospheric phosphine molecule discovery
- RAWR! NASA’s OSIRIS-REx collecting rocks from ‘ancient space time capsule’ Bennu today
- OSIRIS-REx team successfully expedited stowage process of Bennu surface sample to keep from losing more material
- LIVE: Watch Space Explored’s livestream of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 astronaut launch to ISS
- SpaceX Starship: SN8 aced launch and bellyflop maneuver; landing explosive, data collected
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