The never-ending saga of water on the Moon continues apace.
During a recent interview on Al Jazeera television, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden outlined NASA’s new priorities.
The space community has fractured since the disastrous roll out of NASA’s “new direction.”
Is there water on the Moon?
Memorial Day weekend is upon us, so thoughts of heroes and remembering them are foremost in my mind.
Those of us in favor of human lunar return have been called “dinosaurs” because, as it’s told, we want to repeat what this nation already did years ago.
Visiting “lunar” landscapes—in Arizona
The Moon is constantly bombarded by the solid debris of the Solar System.
During a carefully staged appearance at Kennedy Space Center yesterday, President Barack Obama rolled out his plans for the U. S. space program.
As we survey the wreckage and ruin of yet another NASA “return to the Moon” program, the inevitable “what went wrong?” arguments play out.
The report of the Augustine committee analyzes America’s space program through a very narrow prism.
Last fall, after much anticipation, the Augustine Committee presented us with their assessment of the future of space exploration.
Last year, India’s Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter spent eight months mapping the surface of the Moon.
Wild claims are being tossed about regarding the future U.S. space program
The release of the new proposed budget for NASA has unleashed a blizzard of news articles and commentary.