New Companies Join Growing Ranks of NASA Partners for Artemis Program


NASA has added five American companies — Blue Origin, Ceres Robotics, Sierra Nevada Corporation, SpaceX and Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems Inc. — to the pool of vendors that will be eligible to bid on proposals to provide deliveries to the surface of the Moon through the agency’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) initiative. News release:

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  1. I have a crazy idea right now. … we live in an environment that contains oxygen and carbon dioxide … We have an impossible environment in which it is outer space and contains carbon dioxide. We have a space-like environment that we cannot live in, which is the ocean that contains H2O and carbon dioxide. Suppose we have three equations in which there is carbon dioxide and by removing the carbon dioxide from the three equations it remains for us in the first environment (oxygen) and in the second environment (nothing / space) and in the third environment (H2O) so why don't we send a little water to the moon or Mars instead of those sophisticated cars. … we will solve the problem of rising sea levels and sinking islands. … it is possible that we can create a Earth-like environment on Mars if water is found. We are planting …. The transmitted water is filtered from salt and goes as fresh water …. The bacteria in the water can create another life as it created life here on our planet. … everyone is conducting experiments, no one can decide the matter directly, the scientists also conduct experiments before confirming …. Syria

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