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NASA Weekly Update from the Administrator - Aug. 31, 2020

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NASA Weekly Update from the Administrator - Aug. 31, 2020

NASA Weekly Update from the Administrator - Aug. 31, 2020

NASA Weekly Update from the Administrator - Aug. 31, 2020 - SpaceRef

Statement of James Bridenstine before the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology U.S. House of Representatives

Statement of James Bridenstine before the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology U.S. House of Representatives

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NASA to Highlight Artemis Booster Test with Live Broadcast, Media Teleconference

NASA to Highlight Artemis Booster Test with Live Broadcast, Media Teleconference

PROMONTORY, Utah (NASA PR) — NASA will broadcast a Space Launch System (SLS) rocket full-scale booster test at 2:40 p.m. EDT Wednesday, Sept. 2, on NASA Television and the agency’s website, ...

Bridenstine concerned about aspects of House NASA authorization bill

Bridenstine concerned about aspects of House NASA authorization bill

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine expressed reservations Jan. 27 about a NASA bill that he fears may constrain NASA's approach to human space exploration.

NASA to test Orion spacecraft designed to carry humans back to the moon from Cape Canaveral

NASA to test Orion spacecraft designed to carry humans back to the moon from Cape Canaveral

Early Tuesday morning, NASA is scheduled to test out the launch abort system of its Orion capsule designed to carry humans back to the moon

NASA successfully tests Orion launch abort system before moon flights

NASA successfully tests Orion launch abort system before moon flights

Officials hailed an action-packed three-minute test flight Tuesday over Cape Canaveral that exercised the Orion spacecraft’s launch abort rocket, a key safety system on the capsule NASA is ...

NASA's mission to the moon is about far more than cost

NASA's mission to the moon is about far more than cost

Decisions about what systems the U.S. will deploy to the moon and Mars do not easily boil down to a simplistic cost equation.

'By any means necessary': Vice President Pence urges NASA on moon-Mars goal

'By any means necessary': Vice President Pence urges NASA on moon-Mars goal

NASA should collaborate extensively with the private sector, Pence stressed.

Exploration is a team sport

Exploration is a team sport

I saw that in low-Earth orbit with NASA, industry and our international partners, and it is critical to accomplishing the goals ahead for the Artemis program. That frees us up to focus on ...