NASA won’t rush Mars mission over U.S. ‘space race’ with China
“The Chinese space program is also a military space program,” said Administrator Bill Nelson on Wednesday.
Edge computing is critical to NASA’s Mars ambitions
Astronauts need the ability to process data in real time in order to establish a sustainable presence on the moon en route to Mars.
DIA aims to be more inclusive of allies, partners in MARS system
Defense Intelligence Agency leaders are working to remove NOFORN from the systems and lexicon of the agency to make the U.S. a more effective sharer of information with allied partners.
NASA launches private partnerships for space exploration
Contracts with 22 U.S. tech companies will further NASA’s goals for robotic and manned space exploration.
NASA: We’re going to Mars
The journey to the red planet is on the horizon, and unlike previous space odysseys, “we will be going to stay”
Liquid water discovered on Mars, NASA scientists say
NASA scientists announced Monday that liquid water exists on the red planet's surface, suggesting a possible source for life.