SpaceX Starship to land NASA Astronauts on the Moon!
NASA is getting ready to send astronauts to explore more of the Moon as part of the Artemis program, and the agency has selected #SpaceX to continue development of the first commercial human lander that will safely carry the next two American astronauts to the lunar surface. At least one of those astronauts will make history as the first woman on the Moon. Another goal of the Artemis program includes landing the first person of color on the lunar surface. The agency’s powerful Space Launch System rocket will launch four astronauts aboard the Orion spacecraft for their multi-day journey to lunar orbit. There, two crew members will transfer to the SpaceX human landing system (HLS) for the final leg of their journey to the surface of the Moon. After approximately a week exploring the surface, they will board the lander for their short trip back to orbit where they will return to Orion and their colleagues before heading back to Earth. The firm-fixed price, milestone-based contract total award value is $2.89 billion. #NASA #olhzn2MT
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Lunar Starship selected for NASA's Human Landing System
What is NASA's human landing system? What are SpaceX's next steps to landing astronauts on the Moon? In this video, we discuss NASA's Human Landing System (HLS) contract. In April of 2020, NASA selected three companies to develop vehicles to take astronauts from lunar orbit to the surface of the Moon. HLS is a part of NASA's Artemis program to return astronauts back to the Moon. The initial contracts were awarded to Dynetics, the National Team (led by Blue Origin), and SpaceX. On April 16th, 2021, NASA selected SpaceX to fulfill the contract. For Starship to land astronauts on the Moon, there are multiple milestones that need to be fulfilled. Testing the landing capabilities for both Starship and Super Heavy. Secondly, in-space propellant transfer is necessary for Starship to get to the Moon. Lastly, NASA requires an uncrewed landing of Starship on the Moon prior to sending humans on board. SpaceX has many challenges to overcome with this contract, but it will be interesting to see the development play out over the coming years. Thanks for watching! And consider subscribing if you enjoyed this video! Thank you to all my Patrons that help support Martian Wolf! You all really help make this happen! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wolf_martian
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NSF Live is NASASpaceflight.com's weekly show covering the latest in spaceflight. It is broadcast live on Saturdays at 3 pm Eastern. On each show, we rotate through various hosts and special guests. On this week's show, we will be answering your questions about the latest news in spaceflight. Episode #46 is hosted by John "Das" Galloway (Host and Producer at NASASpaceflight.com), Thomas Burghardt (Editor at NASASpaceflight.com), and Tyler Gray (Writer at NASASpaceflight.com). Additional coverage: https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/
Space Report #5 Starship Selected for Artemis Moon Lander | Ingenuity patched up
Nasa just announced SpaceX's Starship has been selected to carry the first humans to the lunar surface since Apollo. Blue Origin and Jeff Bezos are furious to have lost, but I personally had a crush for the Dynetics Alpaca lander. Also, France has decided to attack the choices made by Europe about Ariane 6 and Vega-C, destined to be the losers of the commercial Space Race. Donations
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0:21 Ranting - France's president Macron forgets he decided Ariane 6 to be expandable
1:46: Nasa chose SpaceX's Starship to be the lander for Artemis
2:42 SN15 updates
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5:36 Orion Capsule begins fuelling before Artemis I mission
6:21 Ingenuity software update - MOXIE warming up
7:34 Conclusion You might want to watch: "When will SN15 fly? What changed between SN15 and the previous ones, and Why? Starship explained"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2S46S1PZojI #Starship #Artemis #HLS #LunarStarship #SN15 #IngenuityHelicopter #CrewDragon Link to NASA's announcement
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/as-artemis-moves-forward-nasa-picks-spacex-to-land-next-americans-on-moon Full report (short)
https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/option-a-source-selection-statement-final.pdf NASASpaceflight channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSUu1lih2RifWkKtDOJdsBA La tribune article (in French) about Macron pleading for a new European launcher
https://www.latribune.fr/entreprises-finance/industrie/aeronautique-defense/ce-que-veut-vraiment-la-france-en-matiere-de-lanceurs-apres-2025-882354.html Ingenuity website
https://mars.nasa.gov/technology/helicopter/ Perseverance website
SpaceX wins massive NASA Contract! #shorts
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Gaming YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU8-WLE-3qCsN4lT3c-RHQg In September 2019, NASA announced that there will be a competition by commercial partners to make the Lunar lander with the goal of bringing the first women and next man to the Lunar Surface by 2024 as part of the Artemis program. This lander will land on the moon after being connected to the new Lunar space station, Gateway. By April of 2020, NASA selected 3 main contenders. A Lunar Lander from Dynetics, the National Team (composed of Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, and Draper), and SpaceX with a starship vehicle with no aerosurfaces, so it is truly made for the Moon. On April 16th, 2021, NASA announced that SpaceX with Lunar STarship has won to become the sole lunar Lander for the Artemis Program. This decision was made off of SpaceX's abilities to stay in budget and NASAs HLS budget as a whole. The fact that this decision was made shows that NASA is on board for the highly ambitious Starship rocket that SpaceX has been rapidly developing in South Texas.
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We are going back to the moon with... | NASA's Lunar Lander Announcement | Live Coverage
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#nasa #spacex #lunarlander NASA selected three U.S. companies to design and develop human landing systems (HLS) for the agency’s Artemis program in April 2020. The company who wins will land the first woman and next man on the surface of the Moon by 2024. NASA is on track for sustainable human exploration of the Moon for the first time in history. The following companies were selected to design and build human landing systems: Blue Origin of Kent, Washington, is developing the Integrated Lander Vehicle (ILV) – a three-stage lander to be launched on its own New Glenn Rocket System and ULA Vulcan launch system. Dynetics (a Leidos company) of Huntsville, Alabama, is developing the Dynetics Human Landing System (DHLS) – a single structure providing the ascent and descent capabilities that will launch on the ULA Vulcan launch system. SpaceX of Hawthorne, California, is developing the Starship – a fully integrated lander that will use the SpaceX Super Heavy rocket. Let us know in the comments who you would have selected! and make sure to subscribe to never miss a new video! Help us reach 500 subscribers before SN15 launches!
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NASA Selects Starship for Historic Artemis Mission
NASA announced on April 16th, 2021 that they will be using SpaceX's Lunar Starship to bring astronauts back to the lunar surface. Learn more technical details here: https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/option-a-source-selection-statement-final.pdf Follow TJ on Twitter: http://twitter.com/TJ_Cooney
NASA Chose SpaceX To Land Humans On The Moon | TMI Hot Take
I never do this, but this news was so big I wanted to give a hot take on it. NASA chose SpaceX for their Human Landing System (HLS) for the Artemis program. Here's the official announcement:
Elon Musk’s SpaceX beats Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin to build lunar lander in NASA's Artemis program
SpaceX has beat out Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin and Dynetics to be part of NASA's Artemis program. More: https://www.khou.com/article/tech/science/space/elon-musk-spacex-jeff-bezos-blue-origin-lunar-lander-nasa-artemis/285-4e09ff39-6cff-4437-b38e-b43c5327bb66
NASA Picks SpaceX for Artemis Human Lunar Lander Development
NASA is getting ready to send astronauts to explore more of the Moon as part of the Artemis program, and the agency has selected SpaceX to continue development of the first commercial human lander that will safely carry the next two American astronauts to the lunar surface. The agency’s powerful Space Launch System rocket will launch four astronauts aboard the Orion spacecraft for their multi-day journey to lunar orbit. There, two crew members will transfer to the SpaceX human landing system (HLS) for the final leg of their journey to the surface of the Moon. After approximately a week exploring the surface, they will board the lander for their short trip back to orbit where they will return to Orion and their colleagues before heading back to Earth.
SpaceX wins contract for spacecraft to land astronauts on moon: WaPo
NASA has awarded SpaceX a $2.9 billion contract to build a spacecraft to land astronauts on the moon. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports the details of the contract as reported by The Washington Post. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: https://cnb.cx/2NGeIvi Elon Musk’s SpaceX rolled out its Starlink early access program to the public six months ago, with the satellite internet service growing to more than 10,000 users in the first few months. To get real-life first impressions of the service, CNBC spoke to more than 50 people who have been using Starlink. Those surveyed included households in Canada and 13 U.S. states: California, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming. The majority of these Starlink users are in rural or remote areas, such as farmland or wilderness, with limited access to terrestrial broadband options — and a few with no access altogether. “I expect to keep the service long term,” a user in Montana told CNBC. “The price of the beta for the service is more reasonable than any other option we have, and those are worse in performance. I will keep Starlink as long as its the only broadband option available to me.” Starlink is the company’s capital-intensive project to build an interconnected internet network with thousands of satellites, known in the space industry as a constellation, designed to deliver high-speed internet to consumers anywhere on the planet. SpaceX launched the “Better than Nothing Beta” program for the public in October, and the majority of users CNBC surveyed received invitations to join between November and February. The service is priced at $99 a month in the U.S. under the beta, with a $499 upfront cost for the equipment customers need to connect to the satellites — plus taxes, shipping and any accessories needed to mount the antenna. CNBC surveyed users on total cost, the installation process, what they thought of SpaceX’s equipment, internet speed, reliability of the service, what their service alternatives were, their experience with customer service, any concerns they had, and their overall impressions. Here’s what users said. » Subscribe to CNBC TV: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCtelevision
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SpaceX, NASA Give 'Go-Ahead' For Astronaut Launch, 3rd For Dragon
SpaceX is gearing up for its third astronaut launch in under a year, after getting the go-ahead from NASA a week ahead of its next planned launch. Katie Johnston reports.