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  • Bridenstine: Artemis mission could send first woman to the Moon

    Michael ColeJune 11th, 2019

    GLENN RESEARCH CENTER, Ohio -- NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine paid a visit to the agency's Glenn Research Center on Monday, June 10.  During his visit Bridenstine noted how the agency's latest lunar initiative - could make history with the first woman walking on the Moon.

  • Michigan company helping NASA speed up SLS development

    Jim SharkeyJune 8th, 2019

    As NASA works to meet its goal of returning  astronauts to the Moon by 2024, a Michigan-based company is helping to accelerate the production of the space agency's Space Launch System (SLS) deep space rocket by providing one of the key tools needed to build the massive vehicle.

  • Weak, localized magnetic fields cause variations in lunar surface brightness

    Laurel KornfeldMarch 8th, 2019

    The Moon has small, localized magnetic fields that deflect solar wind, producing patterns of light and dark swirls on the lunar surface.