1. Point of View: Bringing leadership, efficiency to NASA  Oklahoman.com
  2. Moon's south pole is a very difficult place to land: European Space Agency  Times of India
  3. NASA Tests Autonomous Lunar Landing Technology  Universe Today
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When Jim Bridenstine was nominated by President Trump to be the next NASA administrator, a contingent of “smart” media outfits immediately criticized him. See, Bridenstine wasn’t enough of a credentialed "expert" in science for them. NASA didn’t need a chief scientist. It needed a leader with a vision to move more quickly and on budget. Public enthusiasm for NASA waned during Obama years, which saw attempts to cancel America’s exploration program and pursue missions that didn’t generate excitement. The rise of the “space billionaires” perceived to fill that gap. Through their celebrity, they did help reinvigorate American interest in space exploration — even though they hype doing things NASA achieved decades ago. SEP 11, 2019 - When Jim Bridenstine was nominated by President Trump to be the next NASA administrator, a contingent of “smart” media outfits immediately criticized him. See, Bridenstine wasn’t enough...

Point of View: Bringing leadership, efficiency to NASA

India News: The ESA report quotes Eugene Cernan, the last man to walk on the Moon, about the lunar dust problem, as saying: "You have to live with it, but you’re India News: The ESA report quotes Eugene Cernan, the last man to walk on the Moon, about the lunar dust problem, as saying: "You have to live with it, but you’re

Chandrayaan 2 Landing: Vikram lander landed in dangerous terrain: European Space Agency | India News - Times of India

Future missions to the Moon and Mars will rely on terrain relative navigation, which takes the landings out of human control.Future missions to the Moon and Mars will rely on terrain relative navigation, which takes the landings out of human control.

NASA Tests Autonomous Lunar Landing Technology - Universe Today

NASA has selected three commercial Moon landing service providers that will deliver science and technology payloads under Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) as part of the Artemis program.NASA has selected three commercial Moon landing service providers that will deliver science and technology payloads under Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) as part of the Artemis program.

NASA Selects First Commercial Moon Landing Services for Artemis | NASA

The space agency is granting a total of $45.5 million to 11 U.S. companies, including Elon Musk's SpaceX and Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin, to help them develop spacecraft that can get astronauts to the lunar surface.SpaceX and Blue Origin are among the awardees.

NASA Awards $45.5 Million for Private Moon Lander Work on Project Artemis | Space

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“#Chandrayaan 2 Landing Photos from ISRO Command Centre Show Edge-of-Seat Excitement for Moon Date We are going to land at a place for first time on south pole & NASA has already announced project of a having human habitat type of thing on the South Pole https://t.co/YgE8pNfCDZ”

Amrita Bhinder on Twitter: "#Chandrayaan 2 Landing Photos from ISRO Command Centre Show Edge-of-Seat Excitement for Moon Date We are going to land at a place for first time on south pole & NASA has already announced project of a having human habitat type of thing on the South Pole https://t.co/YgE8pNfCDZ"