This NASA case study was originally published in Tech Briefs. It was written by Joshua Forgione, Electronics Engineer, NASA Ames Research Center. Carl Sorenson, Sensor Engineer, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center also contributed to this article.
NASA is going on a hunt for exoplanets with the help of SpaceX today. Once again, Elon Musk’s company will launch a rocket from Florida for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
No one saw it coming, and yet, in just a few years, Elon Musk conquered space. Now that going to Mars has become a trend, every space company is planning on sending rockets to the red planet, including Boeing.
Following the launch of the SpaceX Dragon two days ago, astronauts abroad the International Space Station have just received more than 5,800 pounds of equipment, research, and also food.
This week has been rich in exciting news: Samsung dissed Apple, Uber teamed with NASA on the Flying Car Project, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 exploded, Facebook is going after revenge porn, and Apple fixed its autocorrect issue.
If one day we can leave our beautiful blue planet to settle on Mars, it will probably be thanks to Elon Musk’s diligent pursuit of colonization of the rocky red planet. After SpaceX’s successful CRS-12 mission to bring scientific material and supplies to the International Space Station, the company’s CEO posted a picture of the first spacesuit last night on his own Instagram page.