New Space Technology

The James Webb Space Telescope is expected to be scanning the cosmos for signs of life by 2018
The James Webb Space Telescope is expected to be scanning the cosmos for signs of life by 2018

In order for mankind to view and eventually explore the solar system, Milky Way, and interstellar space, we’ll need to research, design and engineer technology capable of doing the job.

Read about current and the latest space technology capable of enabling the human journey to the beginning of space and time.

Read about the next generation of electric aircraft being developed by NASA.

Read about the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST).

Read about plans for NASA to send the Europa spacecraft to investigate the namesake Moon for an ocean of water and possibly life.

Read about NASA’s selection of seven university teams to help develop new systems to allow humans to survive and live in space.

Read about the next generation explorer class planet-finder.

Read about NASA’s selection of eight teams of young, ambitious university students to work on new the development of new space technology.

Read about the 3-D printer technology being implemented on the International Space Station.

Discover NASA’s next generation wide-field infrared survey telescope, WFIRST.

Discover the next generation super-sized Earth-based telescope on the planning table.

Warren Wong.

Editor and Chief,

Journey to the Beginning of Space and Time.

 

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