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NASA may have the ambition to go back to the Moon, on it’s own, but it’s a question for Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk, to make breakthroughs for future space missions, including going to Mars.
The government space agency said on Tuesday that it, together with 13 U.S. companies, including Bezos’ Blue Origin, and Musk’s SpaceX, for 19 different projects in order to advance space technologies, and to help maintain Us leadership in space.”
“The NASA centers, along with those of businesses, ranging from small businesses to major aviation and aerospace organizations, to speed up the treatment of the potential in the space,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said in a tweet. Bridenstine highlighted several companies, including Boulder, Co.-on the basis of a Sophisticated Space that will be working on the navigation systems of the Earth and the Moon.
An illustration of a human landing system (ils) and the flight crew on the surface of the moon to the Earth in the vicinity of the horizon. (Credit: NASA)
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“NASA’s track record, experience and unique facilities to help the commercial companies to mature technologies for a competitive rate,” said Jim Reuter, associate administrator of NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD), in a statement. “We have identified technology areas, NASA needs for future missions, and public-private collaboration to accelerate their own development so that we can help them faster.”
The different types of companies, including Lockheed Martin, Aerojet Rocketdyne, and Maxar, along with the other NASA centers around the country, “to provide expertise, facilities, hardware, and software at no cost, through the Space Act Agreements between NASA and the companies, the space agency added.
See the full list of companies can be found here.
Blue Origin, which recently unveiled its own ambitious plan of sending a space ship to the Moon, a trio of contracts. They are an aid to the promotion of the navigation and guidance system for the landing on the Moon, or in co-operation with NASA Glenn, and Johnson centers, in order to advance a fuel cell system to the Blue Moon, a lander, and a final contract in co-operation with NASA, the Marshall and Langley centers) in order to advance in the “high temperature materials for liquid rocket engine nozzles, which can be used on the lunar landers.”
SpaceX, launching satellites into space as part of an ambitious and high-speed internet access initiative in May, and will, together with NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in advance of their technology, in order to vertically land the big rockets at the Moon.”
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It will be possible to work with NASA’s Glenn and Marshall centers on how to transfer the fuel in orbit, which NASA said was “a major step forward in the development of the company’s Need for a space in the vehicle.”
SpaceX and Blue Origin, are fierce competitors in the space exploration industry, and to defend the contracts, and to draw the attention of the media. Musk has even gone so far as to make lewd jokes about Blue Origin Blue Moon, a lander, after it was announced.
The Hawthorne, Calif.– based SpaceX has recently been valued at $33 billion, according to CNBC.
NASA’s Artemis program, which is designed to land American astronauts on the Moon by 2024, it is also aimed at establishing a sustainable human presence on Earth’s natural satellite. As the successor to the Apollo program, However, it will also have to deal with a lot of history due to the arrival of the first woman on the Moon.
Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin — the second man on the Moon — also predicted that the “Centre” of program, it would bring a decade of progress, similar to what the U.S. saw in the Apollo program, that launched him into space.
“In the five decades of the[‘s legacy] are going all the way out in the Apollo 1 up to and including the successful landing, on the Apollo 17 … and now we’re going to start the next decade of the Centre,” he recently told Fox News, as part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the landing on the Moon.
Fox News’ James Rogers, and Sam Dorman contributed to this story.
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