NASA published “Logistics Lessons Learned from NASA Space Flights” in 2006. The study identifies logistics needs for space exploration and challenges in the development of past logistics architectures, as well as in the design of space systems.Read More Space Logistics Lessons Learned from NASA Space Flights
At last!Read More Artemis I
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Detailed insights into how NASA views technology.Read More NASA’s Technology Taxonomy
Interactive data visualizations of NASA annual budget from 1959 to 2022.Read More More Insights into NASA Annual Budgets from 1959 to 2022
Interactive data visualizations of launch vehicle costs for NASA planetary exploration missions.Read More Insights into NASA Launch Vehicle Costs from 1959 to 2022
Interactive data visualizationRead More Insights into NASA Annual Budgets from 1959 to 2022
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More than you might think…Read More How much would Falcon 9 have cost if it was developed by NASA?
Interactive data visualizationRead More Insights into Annual Human Visits into Space 1961 to 2021
Animation of all NASA operational Earth Observation satellites as of December 2021Read More NASA’s Earth Observation Satellite Fleet – Animation
NASA Science missions circle the Earth, the Sun, the Moon, Mars, and many other destinations within our Solar System, including spacecraft that look out even further into our universe. This infographic depicts the scope of NASA’s activity and how their missions have permeated throughout the solar system.Read More NASA’s Operating & Future Science Satellite Fleet
Over 2400 experiments have been performed on ISS since the space station became operational. What has been done, by who, and what are the plans for the future?Read More Research in Space – A Quick Overview
InfographicRead More Interesting Facts About the Sun
NASA’s Division of Biological and Physical Sciences (BPS) uses the spaceflight environment to study phenomena in ways that cannot be done on Earth.Read More NASA’s Biological & Physical Sciences Satellite Fleet
Over 2400 experiments have been performed on ISS since it became operational. This article provides high-level insights into the experiments.Read More Insights into ISS Experiments
Is there really any difference between a Government Astronaut and a Space Tourist? This article looks at it from the context of market size analysis.Read More There is no Difference Between a Government Astronaut and a Space Tourist!
NASA Gateway Space Station overviewRead More Gateway Space Station – A Quick Overview
InfographicRead More What is a Sounding Rocket 🚀 ?
Analysis of missions and associated characteristicsRead More Insights into NASA’s Smallsat/Cubesat Fleet Mission Database
Relative sizes of space agency budgetsRead More Insights into Space Agency Budgets
This report presents summary data on all of NASA’s contracts and other procurements awarded by NASA procurement actions and detailed information on contracts and other procurements awarded by NASA during fiscal year (FY) 2021 using appropriated funds.Read More NASA Procurement Report FY 21
Benefits for Humanity 2022 highlights the diversification of benefits stemming from microgravity research for society, science, exploration, and the economy. This edition focuses on new areas of scientific study formed, future technologies for the exploration of the Moon and Mars, lifesaving discoveries, and companies and jobs created from these endeavors.Read More International Space Station Benefits for Humanity 2022 Edition Available For Download
Concise overview and index to detailed Orion NASA publications.Read More NASA’s Impressive Orion Spacecraft – A Quick Overview