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  2. Entrepreneurs and Engineers Come Together to Design a Peaceful Lunar Settlement  Universe Today
  3. The Best Place to Make Undersea Cables Might Be ... in Space  WIRED
  4. NASA, Boeing in final assembly phase for Alabama-managed Space Launch System  Yellowhammer News
  5. Watch: NASA astronauts build gorgeous zero-gravity fires for science  The Next Web
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NASA is hard at work getting its new, moon-bound rocket and spacecraft ready for Artemis 1, the next mission of the agency's program, which aims to eventually land humans on the lunar surface.

Watch NASA's SLS Megarocket Get Ready for New US Moon Missions (Video) | Space

A startup plans to manufacture fiber-optic cable on the International Space Station and ship it back to customers on Earth. Easy!A startup plans to manufacture fiber-optic cable on the International Space Station and ship it back to customers on Earth. Easy!

The Best Place to Make Undersea Cables Might Be ... in Space | WIRED

The OpenLuna Foundation wants to create a base on the Moon using crowdsourcing and open-source technology to allow the public to take part in lunar colonization.

Entrepreneurs and Engineers Come Together to Design a Peaceful Lunar Settlement - Universe Today

NASA and Boeing have entered the final phase of assembling the powerful Space Launch System, which is managed at Huntsville's Marshall Space Flight Center.NASA and Boeing have entered the final phase of assembling the powerful Space Launch System, which is managed at Huntsville's Marshall Space Flight Center.

NASA, Boeing in final assembly phase for Alabama-managed Space Launch System - Yellowhammer News | Yellowhammer News

This could be NASA's last chance to have a human exploration program worthy of the name.This could be NASA's last chance to have a human exploration program worthy of the name.

Eight Reasons NASA Needs To Stick With Its Plan If It Wants To Get Back To The Moon (Or Beyond)

NASA successfully tests Orion launch abort system before moon flights – Spaceflight Now

“I can't stop thinking about NASA's @AstroBehnken on what it's like to be an astronaut: "...gives you a very different perspective about what's important and what's not important ... This didn't go well today, but I flew in space yesterday..." https://t.co/HAwaVUjYiD”

Michael Sheetz on Twitter: "I can't stop thinking about NASA's @AstroBehnken on what it's like to be an astronaut: "...gives you a very different perspective about what's important and what's not important ... This didn't go well today, but I flew in space yesterday..." https://t.co/HAwaVUjYiD… https://t.co/UAsW1nHxa3"

“I’m not the biggest on Instagram but I’m enjoying the look of my current squares for my own account and that of ⁦@bigtravelpod⁩ including John Simpson’s World Podcast, a NASA astronaut and my 7yo”

Lisa Francesca Nand on Twitter: "I’m not the biggest on Instagram but I’m enjoying the look of my current squares for my own account and that of ⁦@bigtravelpod⁩ including John Simpson’s World Podcast, a NASA astronaut and my 7yo… https://t.co/Q4QCqam0K9"

“This is @NASAStennis’ B Test Stand, which will be used to test key components of the Space Launch System (@NASA_SLS) rocket. This advanced launch vehicle will carry astronauts – along with #NASAScience – deeper into space than ever before, including to the Moon & ultimately Mars!”

Thomas Zurbuchen on Twitter: "This is @NASAStennis’ B Test Stand, which will be used to test key components of the Space Launch System (@NASA_SLS) rocket. This advanced launch vehicle will carry astronauts – along with #NASAScience – deeper into space than ever before, including to the Moon & ultimately Mars!… https://t.co/47hNHcQ5K7"

“NASA: RT nasahqphoto: NASA Administrator JimBridenstine, astronaut AstroSerena, and NASAglenn director JanetKavandi visited the Hill to speak about the #Artemis mission today at the Bipartisan Women's Caucus! Check out photos from the event! …”

Chad Franzen WSAW on Twitter: "NASA: RT nasahqphoto: NASA Administrator JimBridenstine, astronaut AstroSerena, and NASAglenn director JanetKavandi visited the Hill to speak about the #Artemis mission today at the Bipartisan Women's Caucus! Check out photos from the event! … https://t.co/S4QkFRJaiB"

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) are tasked with conducting hundreds of experiments, but perhaps none are as pretty as recent efforts to shape fire in zero gravity conditions. How will blockchain impact finance and business? Find out at TNW’s Hard Fork Summit Take me there The big idea behind the beautiful balls of […]

Watch: NASA astronauts build gorgeous zero-gravity fires for science