NASA Prepares Space Launch System for First Launch Window

SLS is now expected to launch as soon as August 29 from Kennedy Space Center.
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NASA Reveals First Full-Color Image from James Webb Space Telescope

The largest and most complex space observatory officially begins operations.
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NASA’s Space Launch System Moves One Step Closer to First Launch

The SLS has returned to the Vehicle Assembly Building for minor repairs, preparing to go to space late next month.
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Northrop Grumman Spacecraft Reboosts ISS for the First Time

NASA uses Cygnus to push the International Space Station into higher orbit without help from a Russian spacecraft.
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NASA X-57 First Flight on Track for September

Research on the agency’s first piloted X-plane in two decades could help support certification standards for electric aircraft.
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Artemis I Moon Rocket Moves a Step Closer to Launch

With fuel testing complete, NASA’s most powerful rocket could begin its journey to the moon as soon as August.
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NASA Completes Wet Dress Rehearsal for Agency’s Most Powerful Rocket—With One Hiccup

After four long attempts, NASA achieves major objectives for its Space Launch System (SLS) despite a leak being found.
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NASA To Reveal First Images from Webb Telescope in Live Broadcast Next Month

Months after launch, NASA will unveil full-color images from the world’s most powerful telescope.
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NASA Schedules SLS Wet Dress Rehearsal… Again

After numerous setbacks, NASA will begin its next wet dress rehearsal for the Space Launch System.
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Future U.S., Russia Cooperation on ISS in the Works

The two countries are working on an agreement that would call for an ISS crew seat exchange.
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