The Near Earth Object (NEO) Surveyor, previously known as the Near-Earth Object Camera (NEOCam) and then the NEO Surveillance Mission, is a planned space-based infrared telescope. Its primary purpose is to survey the Solar System for potentially hazardous asteroids. The NEO Surveyor spacecraft will operate from the Sun-Earth L1 (inner) Lagrange point, which allows it […]
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What is the deep space network and why is it important?
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Mars Oxygen IRSU Experiment (MOXIE) is currently on Mars as part of the Perseverance rover. MOXIE’s mission is to test the feasibility of making propellant grade oxygen from the carbon dioxide on Mars. Want to know more?
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The first Starship to land on Mars will carry a small manufacturing plant to produce propellants for the return trip. How will that work?
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