1. Twitter tagged NASA for a date, their chat is ‘out of the world’. Literally  Hindustan Times
  2. NASA's Late-Night Twitter Exchange On Space Snack, WiFi And A July Date  NDTV
  3. NASA invites people to spend eight months in isolation for an experiment for its Artemis mission  Firstpost
  4. China's Chang'e-4 Breaks New Record, Completes 500 Earth Days On Moon's Dark Side  India Times
  5. Masten Moon Rocket Has Landing Pad, Will Travel  Hackaday
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The tweet sent around 2.30 am late at night was greeted with a more or less immediate response by NASA with a wave and ‘Hey Twitter. What’s up?’The tweet sent around 2.30 am late at night was greeted with a more or less immediate response by NASA with a wave and ‘Hey Twitter. What’s up?’

Twitter tagged NASA for a date, their chat is ‘out of the world’. Literally - it s viral - Hindustan Times

It all started with a simple 'U up' from Twitter and NASA responded in an affirmative. It all started with a simple 'U up' from Twitter and NASA responded in an affirmative.

'U Up?': This Late-Night Chat Between Twitter and NASA is Literally Out of the World

NASA wants to understand the psychological and physiological effects of isolation by putting the crew in this Mars base-like environment.NASA wants to understand the psychological and physiological effects of isolation by putting the crew in this Mars base-like environment.

NASA invites people to spend eight months in isolation for an experiment for its Artemis mission- Technology News, Firstpost

NASA and Twitter engaged in some late-night friendly exchange, with the two setting up a "date" in July to watch the launch of NASA's Mars rover Perseverance that will seek signs of ancient life and collect rock and soil samples for possible return to Earth.NASA and Twitter engaged in some late-night friendly exchange, with the two setting up a "date" in July to watch the launch of NASA's Mars rover Perseverance that will seek signs of ancient life and collect rock and soil samples for possible return to Earth.

NASA's Late-Night Twitter Exchange On Space Snack, WiFi And A July Date Mars Rover Perseverance Launch

“u up? @NASA”

Twitter on Twitter: "u up? @NASA"

“Hotel Mars: NASA manned space rides SpaceX Dragon capsule to the ISS #in-the-time-of-the-virus. @c... https://t.co/3y3lRRx1d1 via @Audioboom”

John Batchelor on Twitter: "Hotel Mars: NASA manned space rides SpaceX Dragon capsule to the ISS #in-the-time-of-the-virus. @c... https://t.co/3y3lRRx1d1 via @Audioboom"

“NASA will pay people to spend 8 months in a lockdown to simulate missions to Mars and the moon https://t.co/fnKRbR1fkf #FoxNews”

Bob Violino on Twitter: "NASA will pay people to spend 8 months in a lockdown to simulate missions to Mars and the moon https://t.co/fnKRbR1fkf #FoxNews"

“Ready for real isolation? NASA will pay you to chill in a fake Mars mission for 8 months https://t.co/1Pf3nFByyQ”

Anousheh Ansari on Twitter: "Ready for real isolation? NASA will pay you to chill in a fake Mars mission for 8 months https://t.co/1Pf3nFByyQ"

Several U.S. companies have plans to mine the moon, but how would that work?

US seeks to change the rules for mining the moon | Live Science

You can help NASA study the isolation challenges astronauts will face on future missions to the Moon and Mars.As the coronavirus pandemic has much of the world under strict lockdown measures, NASA is looking to study those effects in relation to a grueling mission to Mars.

NASA wants to pay Americans to live inside a lab for 8 months | wusa9.com

China's Chang'e-4 lunar probe has completed 500 days on the far side of the moon. Exploring the yet virgin territory, the Chang'e-4 has an interesting lifestyle of its own with crucial mission targets. Here is a look at it in detail. China is gaining valuable information from its rover on the far side of the moon!

Because of the architecture used for the Apollo missions, extended stays on the surface of the Moon weren’t possible. The spartan Lunar Module simply wasn’t large enough to support excu…

Masten Moon Rocket Has Landing Pad, Will Travel | Hackaday

The Artemis Accords could ensure a peaceful and prosperous future for lunar exploration—if everyone agrees to themThe Artemis Accords could ensure a peaceful and prosperous future for lunar exploration—if everyone agrees to them

NASA Proposes New Rules for Moon-Focused Space Race - Scientific American

NASA's long-term goal is to have astronauts head to Mars in the 2030s, but before it gets there, it's going to pay people to act like they're headed to the Red Planet.NASA's long-term goal is to have astronauts head to Mars in the 2030s, but before it gets there, it's going to pay people to act like they're headed to the Red Planet.

A NASA Wallops Flight Facility cargo plane transported more than two tons of equipment — including the rover's sample collection tubes — to Florida for this summer's liftoff.A NASA Wallops Flight Facility cargo plane transported more than two tons of equipment — including the rover's sample collection tubes — to Florida for this summer's liftoff.

Air Deliveries Bring NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover Closer to Launch – NASA’s Mars Exploration Program

It might sound like science fiction, but scientists are preparing to build colonies on the moon and, eventually, Mars. With NASA planning its next human mission to the moon in 2024, researchers are looking ...

Going nuclear on the moon and Mars

Engineers at NASA's Stennis Space Center have resumed tests of the Core Stage of the Space Launch System (SLS) in anticipation of its inaugural launch next year.

NASA is Giving the SLS a "Green Run" to Prepare it for Launch in Late 2021 - Universe Today

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New Mars Landing Tech Offers Internship and Science Opportunity - Meet JPL Interns | NASA/JPL Edu

That’s good, since interruptions in space are risky. It's been imbued into space since the first moon landing, in 1969. Last month, The Verge reported that Blue Origin was making employees prioritize a space tourism project over the Department of Defense-funded work that made it an essential business.That’s good, since interruptions in space are risky. It's been imbued into space since the first moon landing, in 1969. Last month, The Verge reported that Blue Origin was making employees prioritize a space tourism project over the Department of Defense-funded work that made it an essential business.

Is going to space truly essential during a pandemic? | Engadget

NASA is recruiting participants for its upcoming spaceflight simulation study, seeking US citizens willing to isolate in Russia for eight months.NASA is recruiting participants for its upcoming spaceflight simulation study, seeking US citizens willing to isolate in Russia for eight months.

Tired of self-isolating at home? NASA wants you to isolate in Russia for 8 months instead

NASA Will Pay You to Isolate Yourself for Eight Months in a Mars Simulation: Must be fluent in both English and Russian.Must be fluent in both English and Russian.

NASA Eight Month Moon and Mars Isolation Simulation | HYPEBEAST

NASA Will Pay You to Isolate Yourself for Eight Months in a Mars Simulation: Must be fluent in both English and Russian.Must be fluent in both English and Russian.

NASA Eight Month Moon and Mars Isolation Simulation | HYPEBEAST

NASA is looking for participants to spent eight months together inside a spaceflight simulator at the Russian Institute for Biomedical Problems in Moscow.NASA is looking for participants to spent eight months together inside a spaceflight simulator at the Russian Institute for Biomedical Problems in Moscow.

NASA Will Pay You to Chill in a Fake Mars Mission for 8 Months

NASA is looking for participants to spent eight months together inside a spaceflight simulator at the Russian Institute for Biomedical Problems in Moscow.NASA is looking for participants to spent eight months together inside a spaceflight simulator at the Russian Institute for Biomedical Problems in Moscow.

NASA Will Pay You to Chill in a Fake Mars Mission for 8 Months

Handling social distancing like a pro? Well, then NASA's upcoming mars simulation studying the effects of isolation might be just for you.Handling social distancing like a pro? Well, then NASA's upcoming mars simulation studying the effects of isolation might be just for you.

NASA Wants to Pay You to Social Distance

NASA is recruiting volunteers to spend eight months locked up in a simulated spacecraft on its way to Mars. The participants will be studied throughout their ordeal as scientists determine how long-haul spaceflight affects the human body and mind.NASA is recruiting volunteers to spend eight months locked up in a simulated spacecraft on its way to Mars. The participants will be studied throughout their ordeal as scientists determine how long…

NASA will pay you to spend 8 months locked in a Mars simulation – BGR

The US has announced the Artemis Accords, a set of agreements that aim to facilitate diplomacy and cooperation on the moon while encouraging mining and explorationThe US has announced the Artemis Accords, a set of agreements that aim to facilitate diplomacy and cooperation on the moon while encouraging mining and exploration

NASA's Artemis Accords aim to lay down the law of the land on the moon | New Scientist

NASA's Project Artemis is recruiting people who can live in isolation in a Russian test facility for 8 months to research the stress of a real long-term mission in spaceNASA's Project Artemis is recruiting people who can live in isolation in a Russian test facility for 8 months to research the stress of a real long-term mission in space

NASA looking for 'astronauts' to live in isolation for 8 month Mars simulation - Daily Star

NASA announced it is seeking a team of social isolation experts to spend eight months locked in a Russian lab to help collect data for future missions to the moon and Mars.NASA announced it is seeking a team of social isolation experts to spend eight months locked in a Russian lab to help collect data for future missions to the moon and Mars.

NASA seeks social isolation experts to spend 8 months in Russian lab - UPI.com

Do you think you have what it takes to be in isolation on a simulated trip to another planet? Do you think you have what it takes to be in isolation on a simulated trip to another planet?

NASA looking for 'astronauts' to live in isolation for eight-month Mars simulation - and Scots can apply - Daily Record

With dreams of Mars on the minds of both NASA and Elon Musk, long-distance crewed missions through space are coming. But you might be surprised to learn that modern rockets don’t go all that much faster than the rockets of the past. There are a lot of reasons that a faster spaceship is a better […]

Why nuclear-powered rockets could be the answer to safer space exploration

ONE day the Moon could be used like a ‘petrol station’ to fill rockets with fuel for cheaper trips to Mars. This is according to researchers who think mining Moon ice could be the answe…

Rocket scientists want to mine the MOON for fuel – turning it into 'petrol station' for cheap trips to Mars

Development of the space shuttle began at the end of the Apollo program as NASA worked to design a winged spacecraft to land on a runway. Even though the first shuttle launch wasn’t until 1981, lifting-body test vehicles were being designed and tested as early as 1963, according to the space agency, which laid the ground work for the space shuttle.Development of the space shuttle began at the end of the Apollo program as NASA worked to design a winged spacecraft to land on a runway. Even though the first shuttle launch wasn’t until 1981, lifting-body test vehicles were being designed and tested as early as 1963, according to the space agency, which laid the ground work for the space shuttle.

American spaceflight history: Space Shuttle establishes lasting human presence in space

NASA has shared a truly remarkable image of the International Space Station's bird's eye view of a typhoon forming over the South Pacific.NASA has shared a truly remarkable image of the International Space Station's bird's eye view of a typhoon forming over the South Pacific.

NASA image reveals astronauts' view of a forming typhoon | Science | News | Express.co.uk

Private industries have helped drop the cost of launching rockets, satellites and other equipment into space to historic lows. That has boosted interest in developing space – both for mining raw materials such as silicon for solar panels and oxygen for rocket fuel, as well as potentially relocating polluting industries off the Earth. But the […]

Should the moon be privatized? The US says yes