News Archive / Tagged: National Institute of Aerospace
Last week, NASA announced a call for submissions of innovative ideas that could be essential for future exploration of the Solar System, including crewed missions Mars. The initiative, known as iTech, engages the public, universities, the space industry, and U.S. government agencies to offer technology solutions necessary for space exploration.
Students in Newport News and Williamsburg, Va., will begin 2014 by talking with astronauts in orbit aboard the International Space Station.
NASA is extending deadlines for its Exploration Design Challenge, an educational program connected to Exploration Flight Test-1 (EFT-1) — the first mission for NASA’s new Orion spacecraft, scheduled to launch in September 2014 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.