NASA, Rocket Lab Launch Tropical Storm Observing CubeSats

The first pair of CubeSats launched this week—with the remaining planned for launch in a couple of weeks—to help study tropical storms.

NASA Still Lacks a Unified Definition of AI, Watchdog Finds

The agency has made progress on artificial intelligence management, but still has work to do to meet governmentwide requirements.

Launch of First 3D-Printed Rocket Included Innovative NASA Alloy

The alloy could be used in future missions to the moon and Mars and can withstand high temperatures while reducing the weight and cost of components.

Forecasters: 2023 Will Be a 'Very Active' Hurricane Season

Forecasters expect a hurricane season similar to 2017, one of the worst and most costly on record.

Lawmakers Intro 2 Bills to Strengthen DOE Research Partnerships

The bills would codify the Department of Energy’s partnerships with NASA and the National Science Foundation to further research efforts.

NASA Quesst Mission Could Revitalize Supersonic Travel, but Quieter

New technologies may enable this type of travel that will sound like a car door slamming and almost cut travel time in half.

6 Major Multibillion Dollar Tech Procurements to Watch in 2023

Contracts range in potential estimated value from $5 billion to $100 billion, according to government spending data and Deltek analysis.

NASA Unveils Next-Gen Spacesuits

NASA and Collins Aerospace are working on the new suits for spacewalking and work on the International Space Station.

NASA, FedTech to Launch First Climate Tech Startup Studio

The program will help entrepreneurs leverage NASA tech to provide commercial solutions to climate challenges.

NASA Makes 6 Awards to Help Advance Air and Space Exploration

The concepts include quantum radar technology and using bacteria to make on-demand drugs in space.

NASA Leader Looks to Artemis II and Beyond for Agency’s Future

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson emphasized that such complex missions “are not going to launch until it’s right” for astronaut safety.

L3Harris Will Develop NOAA’s Next-Gen Earth Imaging in $765M Deal

The GeoXO Imager will help to observe and monitor weather, the ocean and atmosphere, among other things in a collaboration between NOAA, NASA and L3Harris as part of the GeoXO mission.

NASA Unveils $27B Budget Plan to Support Mars Missions and Beyond 

The requested budget is a 7.1% increase from NASA’s fiscal year 2023 enacted budget.

NASA Asks for Public Help with the Second MarsXR Challenge

The second challenge will feature a mission storyboarding component, enabling non-programmers to participate.

NASA Identifies Star With Two Potentially-habitable Planets Orbiting it

TOI-700 has not one, but two planets located in what scientists term the "habitable zone."

NASA, Energy Collaborate on Lunar Experiment Exploring Dark Ages of the Universe

The agencies are working together to develop a tool to survive the harsh conditions of night on the moon to measure radio frequencies and learn about the Dark Ages of the Universe.