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 buzz aldrin fundraises to send people to space at mars gala
buzz aldrin fundraises to send people to space at mars gala

(CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.) — Forty-eight years after he landed on the moon, Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin on Saturday rolled out a red carpet for the red planet at a star-studded gala at the Kennedy Space Center.Aldrin, 87, commemorated the upcoming anniversary of the 1969 mission to the moon under a historic Saturn V rocket and raised more than $190,000 for his nonprofit space education foundation, ShareSpace Foundation. Aldrin believes people will be able to land on Mars by 2040, a goal that NASA shares. The space agency is developing the Space Launch System and the Orion spacecraft to send Americans to deep space.Apollo astronauts Walt Cunningham, Michael Collins and Harrison "Jack" Schmitt joined Aldrin, one of 12 people to walk on the moon, at the sold-out fundraiser."I like to think of

astronaut buzz aldrin rolling out the red carpet for mars

Credit: NASAThe second person to walk on the moon is rolling out the red carpet for the red planet.
Buzz Aldrin is hosting a sold-out gala for his nonprofit space education foundation, ShareSpace Foundation, at the Kennedy Space Center on Saturday. The event will commemorate the 48th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.Aldrin and Neil Armstrong landed on the moon on July 20, 1969. He believes people will be able to land on Mars by 2040. That's a goal that NASA shares.Aldrin's foundation says the gala is the first part of a three-year campaign to help fund advancements that will lead to the future habitation of Mars.
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astronaut buzz aldrin rolls out the red carpet for mars (update)

Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin speaks at the commemoration for the upcoming anniversary of the 1969 mission to the moon and a gala for his non-profit space education foundation, ShareSpace Foundation, at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., on Saturday, July 15, 2017. (AP Photo/Alex Sanz)Forty-eight years after he landed on the moon, Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin on Saturday rolled out a red carpet for the red planet at a star-studded gala at the Kennedy Space Center.
Aldrin, 87, commemorated the upcoming anniversary of the 1969 mission to the moon under a historic Saturn V rocket and raised more than $190,000 for his nonprofit space education foundation, ShareSpace Foundation . Aldrin believes people will be able to land on Mars by 2040, a goal that NASA shares. The spac

buzz aldrin turns to vr to explain how we can get to mars

Cycling Pathways to Mars features a holographic Buzz Aldrin walking viewers through a VR landscape that starts on the moon and uses that as a jumping-off point to show our solar system and how we might get to Mars. It's not easy to sum up, but Aldrin envisions having two ships constantly cycling between Earth and Mars on six-month schedules, taking advantage of when the planets line up favorable for moving back and forth between the system. Smaller launchers would dock with the two big cycling ships and head down to Mars' moon and eventually down to the planet's surface.That's an extremely high-level overview of what Aldrin shows off in the VR feature, which debuted at SXSW this week. That's just part of Aldrin's presence in Austin this week, however: He also participated in a panel discus

south by southwest: buzz aldrin talks mars at sxsw

In a featured session at SXSW on Tuesday, Buzz Aldrin will take the stage for a conversation with Jeffrey Kluger, TIME editor-at-large and co-author of Apollo 13, to discuss his plans for creating a permanent human settlement on Mars, why he chose virtual reality as a medium to educate audiences, and the importance of capturing his hologram and legacy for future generations. R eaders can watch the livestream above starting at 4:30 p.m. E.T.Buzz Aldrin was a Martian long before The Martian. Ever since becoming the second man to set foot on the lunar surface in 1969, Aldrin has been thinking hard about how humanity could get to the Red Planet. He is now unveiling his plan in a virtual reality experience at the South by Southwest festival in Austin.Aldrin's VR journey was produced by Los Ange

buzz aldrin unveils mars mission in `the mars generation`

As the effects of climate change worsen by the day, it's no surprise that there's continuing excitement over the idea of reaching Mars. At worst, it's a last-ditch back-up plan for humankind, but at its best, working on reaching Mars may just recapture some of the original excitement of the Cold War space race. Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin recently unveiled his plans for a possible Mars mission, and now the new Netflix documentary The Mars Generation, produced by EW parent company Time Inc., certainly shows that excitement on display.The trailer shows young trainees at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center as they prepare to become astronauts and astrophysicists. That means everything from researching spaceship technology to running through worst-case simulations, and testing out anti-gravity equ

pence vows 'new era' in us space exploration, but few details

US Vice President Mike Pence vowed to put astronauts on the Moon for the first time since the Apollo missions of the 1960s and 1970s—but gave no specificsUS Vice President Mike Pence vowed Thursday to usher in a "new era" of American leadership in space, with a return to the Moon and explorers on Mars, but offered few details.

Pence, who was recently named to head a government advisory body called the National Space Council, said the group would hold its first meeting "before the summer is out." He also toured NASA's Kennedy Space Center to see progress in constructing a NASA spaceship destined for deep space and privately built capsules designed to send astronauts to low-Earth orbit in the coming years."Our nation will return to the Moon, and we will put American boots on the face of

volumetric capture is the swift kick in the butt vr so desperately needs

Share this storyArs at SXSW 2017View more storiesAUSTIN, Texas—As has become standard at my job, I recently strapped on a virtual reality headset to go somewhere far, far away. On this day, it was a trip to outer space, with pit stops on a moon's surface and a sci-fi-styled briefing room, to hear about future expeditions to Mars.I should have been looking out at the virtual planets, solar-sail rigs, and plans for human colonies. But I kept focusing my attention somewhere else: Buzz Aldrin standing next to me."You can look at Buzz from any angle," a demo representative said while I was wearing an HTC Vive VR headset. It was true. I could get on my toes and look at the top of his head, crouch and look up at his chin, or sidestep and see his face and body from any angle.This wasn't the result

volumetric capture is the swift kick in the butt vr so desperately needs

Share this storyArs at SXSW 2017View more storiesAUSTIN, Texas—As has become standard at my job, I recently strapped on a virtual reality headset to go somewhere far, far away. On this day, it was a trip to outer space, with pit stops on a moon's surface and a sci-fi-styled briefing room, to hear about future expeditions to Mars.I should have been looking out at the virtual planets, solar-sail rigs, and plans for human colonies. But I kept focusing my attention somewhere else: Buzz Aldrin standing next to me."You can look at Buzz from any angle," a demo representative said while I was wearing an HTC Vive VR headset. It was true. I could get on my toes and look at the top of his head, crouch and look up at his chin, or sidestep and see his face and body from any angle.This wasn't the result

the morning after: friday, march 17 2017

The second man to set foot on the moon thinks colonizing Mars is humanity's destiny.Buzz Aldrin turns to VR to explain how we can get to the red planetBuzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 astronaut, may now be 87, but he's keeping his mind focused on the next space frontier. For decades now, he's thought about how to get astronauts to Mars, becoming more vocal about his plans in recent years. He's also a fan of virtual reality as a medium to communicate his vision: He partnered with NASA to build a Mars Hololens experience last year, and now he's hosting a 10-minute VR experience that walks you through his vision of how to get to Mars.Now it's up to CongressTrump's budget proposal means big cuts for NASA, climate change programsThe president's proposed 2018 budget has been revealed. As expected, it not

stephen hawking: we have 100 years to colonize new planet

Theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has already asserted that humans need to colonize a new planet soon — and now he's arguing that we need to start within 100 years to keep the species alive.Hawking will lay out his reasoning for why and how people must start inhabiting another planet in a BBC program airing this summer called Stephen Hawking: Expedition New Earth. He has theorized in the past that the chance of a disaster on Earth adds up over time, so that it's a "near certainty" in the next 1,000 or 10,000 years, but the human race will survive if it expands into outer space."With climate change, overdue asteroid strikes, epidemics and population growth, our own planet is increasingly precarious," BBC said in a statement about the show. "Prof. Hawking’s ambition isn’t as fantastical

boeing deep space gateway habitat may help humans get to mars

Boeing has taken the wraps off its new Deep Space Gateway, a concept habitat that could serve as a crucial component for getting humans to Mars. According to Boeing, the company will use NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) to send the Deep Space Gateway up into space ‘in the early 2020s,’ doing so in four launches with components to assemble the habitat. Humans could use this as a stopping point of sorts on their way to Mars.The Deep Space Gateway can be thought of as something like the International Space Station, in that it could help with the exploration of space and accept shipments of various sorts, as well as accommodating humans who are on their way to other parts of space. For example, Boeing says this habitat could end up being ‘the waypoint for Mars missions.’The company envisions a

given the hazards of landing on mars, spacex may send two dragons in 2020

Enlarge/ A SpaceX concept image for a Red Dragon on Mars. SpaceXShare this storyIn recent months, SpaceX has acknowledged that it will not be able to launch an uncrewed Dragon spacecraft to Mars in 2018. The technology to send the capsule safely through deep space and propulsively land it on Mars just won't be ready. However, that delay opens up an opportunity to launch two Dragons in 2020. And that's what SpaceX appears likely to do.NASA's manager of science missions, Jim Green, said on Tuesday that the 2020 launch window when Earth and Mars are in favorable alignment for relatively short transits is getting crowded. Speaking Tuesday at the Humans to Mars conference in Washington, DC, Green said, "Every 26 months, the highway to Mars opens up, and that highway is going to be packed. We st

given the hazards of landing on mars, spacex may send two dragons in 2020

Enlarge/ A SpaceX concept image for a Red Dragon on Mars. SpaceXShare this storyIn recent months, SpaceX has acknowledged that it will not be able to launch an uncrewed Dragon spacecraft to Mars in 2018. The technology to send the capsule safely through deep space and propulsively land it on Mars just won't be ready. However, that delay opens up an opportunity to launch two Dragons in 2020. And that's what SpaceX appears likely to do.NASA's manager of science missions, Jim Green, said on Tuesday that the 2020 launch window when Earth and Mars are in favorable alignment for relatively short transits is getting crowded. Speaking Tuesday at the Humans to Mars conference in Washington, DC, Green said, "Every 26 months, the highway to Mars opens up, and that highway is going to be packed. We st

boeing's deep space habitat could be home for mars astronauts

It could also serve as the home base for the Deep Space Transport vehicle Boeing will build to send humans to Mars. The transport system pictured below will have living quarters so spacefarers can endure the lengthy journey. Astronauts can either stay on board or send a lander to the red planet for surface missions.Both the transport vehicle and the gateway habitat will be powered by solar electric propulsion system, the promising technology NASA used for the Dawn spacecraft and the same one it's developing further for future Martian missions. Boeing says it plans to launch the habitat in four parts through NASA's powerful Space Launch System rocket. It expects to start sending to and assembling the Gateway in cislunar space as soon as the early 2020sBoeing Deep Space Transit Vehicle

revived national space council will guide trump admin policy

In response, acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot said "The establishment of the council is another demonstration of the Trump Administration's deep interest in our work, and a testament to the importance of space exploration to our economy, our nation, and the planet as a whole."During an event to sign the order, astronaut Buzz Aldrin proclaimed "to infinity and beyond," and President Trump responded "This is infinity here. It could be infinity. We don't really know. But it could be. It has to be something -- but it could be infinity, right? Okay.""I am pleased that President Trump has signed an executive order reestablishing the National Space Council. The council existed previously from 1989-1993, and a version of it also existed as the National Aeronautics and Space Council from

neil armstrong: moon dust from astronaut to be auctioned

(NEW YORK) — Moon dust collected by Neil Armstrong during the first lunar landing was displayed Thursday at a New York auction house.The lunar dust and some tiny rocks the late astronaut collected are zipped up in a small bag and are worth an estimated $2 million to $4 million.They're just some of the 180 lots linked to space travel that Sotheby's is auctioning off to mark the 48th anniversary of the first lunar landing on July 20, 1969.The moon dust is undoubtedly the star of the sale — the first sample of Earth's satellite ever collected.The bag has been on a nearly half-century trajectory during which it was misidentified and nearly landed in the trash. About two years ago, it appeared in a seized assets auction staged on behalf of the U.S. Marshals Service. The current owner, whose nam

nasa tests origami-inspired robot that may one day explore mars

It costs a stupendous amount of money to send something from the surface of Earth to the surface of Mars, and there are severe limits on the volume and mass that you can send at any one time. In order to stuff the maximum amount of science into the minimum amount of space, NASA has had to get creative, with landers and rovers designed to be lightweight and foldable.At NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in Pasadena, Calif., engineers have long been trying to cram as much robot as possible into the absolute minimum amount of space, and a team of roboticists there recently showed us their latest creation: PUFFER, the Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot. It’s designed to pack down nearly flat for transport, and then re-expand on site to investigate all the places a bigger rover can’t quite reach

all the times zendaya was a chameleon on the met gala red carpet

Is there any red carpet look Zendaya can't pull off? From formal mullets to $38 dresses, she does it all like a pro. Her Met Gala looks in particular really exemplify her ability to shape-shift into different looks with ease. Let us revisit them, in all their glory.2015Jamie McCarthy/FilmMagicZendaya wore a custom Fausto Puglisi gown to the "China: Through The Looking Glass" gala.2016Larry Busacca/Getty ImagesHas a bowl cut ever looked as glamorous as it did when Zendaya wore one, with a Michael Kors gown, to the "Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology" gala?2017Kevin Mazur/WireImageZendaya went for a parrot print Dolce & Gabbana dress and big, teased hair for the "Commes des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between" gala.At only 20 years old, just think about how many incredible Met Gala

all the times zendaya was a chameleon on the met gala red carpet

Is there any red carpet look Zendaya can't pull off? From formal mullets to $38 dresses, she does it all like a pro. Her Met Gala looks in particular really exemplify her ability to shape-shift into different looks with ease. Let us revisit them, in all their glory.2015Jamie McCarthy/FilmMagicZendaya wore a custom Fausto Puglisi gown to the "China: Through The Looking Glass" gala.2016Larry Busacca/Getty ImagesHas a bowl cut ever looked as glamorous as it did when Zendaya wore one, with a Michael Kors gown, to the "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology" gala?2017Kevin Mazur/WireImageZendaya went for a parrot print Dolce & Gabbana dress and big, teased hair for the "Commes des Garçons: Art of the In-Between" gala.At only 20 years old, just think about how many incredible Met Gala

japan reveals plans to put a man on moon by 2030

Japan has unveiled ambitious plans to put an astronaut on the moon around 2030 under new proposals from the country's space agency.Japan has revealed ambitious plans to put an astronaut on the Moon around 2030 in new proposals from the country's space agency.
This is the first time the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has said it aims to send an astronaut beyond the International Space Station, an agency spokeswoman told AFP on Friday.The idea is to first join a NASA-led mission in 2025 to build a space station in the moon's orbit, as part of a longer-term effort by NASA to reach Mars.Tokyo hopes that contributing to the multinational mission and sharing Japanese technology will land it a coveted spot at the station, from which it could eventually send an astronaut to the Moon,

boeing shows what its deep space habitat could look like

It could also serve as the home base for the Deep Space Transport vehicle Boeing will build to send humans to Mars. The transport system pictured below will have living quarters so spacefarers can endure the lengthy journey. Astronauts can either stay on board or send a lander to the red planet for surface missions.Both the transport vehicle and the gateway habitat will be powered by solar electric propulsion system, the promising technology NASA used for the Dawn spacecraft and the same one it's developing further for future Martian missions. Boeing says it plans to launch the habitat in four parts through NASA's powerful Space Launch System rocket. It expects to start sending to and assembling the Gateway in cislunar space as soon as the early 2020sBoeing Deep Space Transit Vehicle

mars: donald trump's bill won't get nasa to the red planet

Next stop? Not quite (NASA)Who knew getting to Mars could be so easy? After millennia of gazing wonderingly at the Red Planet and more than half a century of firing robot spacecraft its way, the U.S. has at last figured out a way to get astronauts onto the Martian surface: make it a rule.That was the talking point out of Washington on March 21, when, in a flashy photo op, President Donald Trump signed Senate Bill 442, an act that includes a $19.5 billion outlay for NASA for 2017 and a firm plan for a crewed Mars landing in 2033. "The President signed into law a one-year spending plan for NASA that, for the first time, explicitly requires the space agency to send humans to Mars," read the press release promptly issued by the office of Sen. Bill Nelson (D, Fla.), a co-sponsor, with Sen. Ted

puffer: jpl's pop-up exploring robot

It costs a stupendous amount of money to send something from the surface of Earth to the surface of Mars, and there are severe limits on the volume and mass that you can send at any one time. In order to stuff the maximum amount of science into the minimum amount of space, NASA has had to get creative, with landers and rovers designed to be lightweight and foldable.At NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in Pasadena, Calif., engineers have long been trying to cram as much robot as possible into the absolute minimum amount of space, and a team of roboticists there recently showed us their latest creation: PUFFER, the Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot. It’s designed to pack down nearly flat for transport, and then re-expand on site to investigate all the places a bigger rover can’t quite reach

puffer: jpl's pop-up exploring robot

It costs a stupendous amount of money to send something from the surface of Earth to the surface of Mars, and there are severe limits on the volume and mass that you can send at any one time. In order to stuff the maximum amount of science into the minimum amount of space, NASA has had to get creative, with landers and rovers designed to be lightweight and foldable.At NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in Pasadena, Calif., engineers have long been trying to cram as much robot as possible into the absolute minimum amount of space, and a team of roboticists there recently showed us their latest creation: PUFFER, the Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot. It’s designed to pack down nearly flat for transport, and then re-expand on site to investigate all the places a bigger rover can’t quite reach

the week that was at sxsw 2017

As much as Team Engadget loves Austin, it's time for us to say goodbye to SXSW. This week, we saw some of the latest things happening in tech, art, film and music -- oh, and we also ate a ridiculous amount of BBQ, because that's what you do in Texas. From smart jackets to AR and VR experiences, to chats with Buzz Aldrin, Frank Oz and La La Land's music composer, we checked out a bit of everything at the event. Join Senior Editor Devindra Hardwar and Managing Editor James Trew as they discuss the week that was, and click here to catch up on all the news you may have missed from SXSW 2017.

you can now send cyanide and happiness emojis and avatars

iSilly: Wacky, Fun & Random

by Aldrin CalimlimMarch 15, 2017If you’ve been on the web long enough, chances are you’ve seen — and maybe even laughed from seeing — a “Cyanide and Happiness” comic strip at least once. Just a glance and you know it’s “Cyanide and Happiness”: panels populated by characters with often bald heads, nondescripts torsos, and stick limbs. And then there’s the dark humor that alternates between the controversial and the cringeworthy. It’s small wonder that over a decade since its launch, “Cyanide and Happiness” remains one of the most popular webcomics, with people continuing to share its content across the interwebz. And now, thanks to a newly released official iOS app called Cyanide and Happiness Emojis, people can share stickers, GIFs, and even custom avatars

nasa's unseen apollo gallery includes humanizing outtakes

There was never a photo studio like space — and there was never a studio in space that was anything like the moon, as TIME explores in Unseen Apollo, a gallery of previously uncirculated images.NASA knew it was up to something epochal what it began launching men on lunar expeditions, and the agency made sure there were plenty of cameras and loads of film aboard the spacecraft to document the trips. That created an embarrassment of riches. How in the world were the NASA photo editors to curate the thousands of images that came back and choose the very best ones for distribution? They ultimately did make their selections and the pictures they selected became icons: Buzz Aldrin’s crooked-armed pose in the Sea of Tranquility; the Apollo 17 flag pointing toward the Earth in the sky. What were m

sam thaiday charged for attack on jesse bromwich

Sam Thaiday's questionable tactic to target the injured thumb of Jesse Bromwich has been deemed against the spirit of the game and he has been charged by the match review committee.Thaiday raised eyebrows when he appeared to deliberately pull at the heavily bandaged thumb of Bromwich on Thursday night, the same thumb the New Zealand skipper dislocated against the Bulldogs in round one.Depleted Gold Coast send Parramatta packingVideo duration01:30Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:30Billy Slater returns in Storm winBilly Slater returns in Storm winThe Melbourne Storm have welcomed back Billy Slater with a 14-12 win over the Brisbane BroncosDepleted Gold Coast send Parramatta packingVideo duration01:30Video duration01:30Depleted Gold Coast send Parramatta ...Depleted Gold Coast send Pa

sam thaiday charged for attack on jesse bromwich

Sam Thaiday's questionable tactic to target the injured thumb of Jesse Bromwich has been deemed against the spirit of the game and he has been charged by the match review committee.Thaiday raised eyebrows when he appeared to deliberately pull at the heavily bandaged thumb of Bromwich on Thursday night, the same thumb the New Zealand skipper dislocated against the Bulldogs in round one.Depleted Gold Coast send Parramatta packingVideo duration01:30Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:30Billy Slater returns in Storm winBilly Slater returns in Storm winThe Melbourne Storm have welcomed back Billy Slater with a 14-12 win over the Brisbane BroncosDepleted Gold Coast send Parramatta packingVideo duration01:30Video duration01:30Depleted Gold Coast send Parramatta ...Depleted Gold Coast send Pa

met gala 2017: best celebrity photos

The 69th annual Met Gala is basically fashion's biggest night, with everyone from designers and models to editors and celebrities dressing to the nines. While the tonight's Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons theme ensures that we'll see some truly memorable looks on the red carpet, it's always wise to remember that the fantastic looks of the night don't happen on their own. A quick scroll through our social feeds showed us that there was plenty of excitement happening before fashion's biggest night, behind the scenes.From gala co-chairs Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady sharing a sweet smooch while getting ready for the night's festivities to Madonna revealing her beauty prep before the gala, here are the best behind-the-scenes Instagrams from all the stars and fashion insiders at the 2017 Met Gal

nasa's mars 2020 concept is perfect for space batman

Even though the actual Mars 2020 will not look exactly like this, its creators didn't build it blindly: They conjured up the concept with the help of NASA's subject matter experts. They came up with the design knowing that the front area will be equipped with radio and GPS and that the detachable back will serve as a mobile laboratory. Mars 2020 will drill into the planet's surface to look for signs of past life and will determine whether future human settlers can take advantage of Martian resources like water and oxygen.NASA Kennedy's PR assistant manager Rebecca Shireman described "Summer of Mars" as an "all-encompassing effort to review the history of our efforts to explore Mars and look ahead to what is being planned." She said it's meant to "encourage young people to want to learn mor

mars spacecraft's first missions face delays, nasa says

The first two launches of NASA's deep-space capsule Orion could be delayed, setting back its Journey to MarsNASA will probably delay the first two missions of its Orion deep-space capsule, being developed to send astronauts beyond earth's orbit and eventually to Mars, the US space agency said.
A report by NASA's Office of Inspector General cited technical as well as budget challenges.The first launch of the Orion spacecraft atop the planned Space Launch System, or SLS—set to become the world's most powerful rocket when it flies—is currently scheduled for early November 2018 with no crew.A second mission carrying astronauts is envisioned for August 2021 at the earliest.However, "NASA's initial exploration missions on its Journey to Mars—EM-1 and EM-2—face multiple cost and technical chall

met gala: best red carpet dresses from 2017 met gala

Fashion's biggest night, the annual Met Gala, has finally arrived and thanks to this year's theme, "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between," the red carpet is definitely one to remember.Kawakubo, a fashion visionary known for her radical and avant grade designs, doesn't design clothes for the faint of heart, something that fashion insiders and celebrities alike reflected when they hit the red carpet (well, in this case, the blue and cream carpet, in keeping with the aesthetics of Kawakubo.)From gala co-chair Katy Perry to the event's grand dame, Vogue editor-in-chief and Metropolitan Museum of Art trustee, Anna Wintour, the star-studded guest list came dressed to impress. Lucky for you, we've rounded every single look from the red carpet for your viewing pleasure — from the

nasa weighing risk of adding crew to megarocket's first flight

This image made available on Feb. 15, 2017 by NASA shows an artist's concept of the launch of the Space Launch System rocket and Orion capsule. On Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, NASA said it is weighing the risk of adding astronauts to the first flight of its new megarocket. (NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center via AP)NASA is weighing the risk of adding astronauts to the first flight of its new megarocket, designed to eventually send crews to Mars.
The space agency's human exploration chief said Friday that his boss and the Trump administration asked for the feasibility study. The objective is to see what it would take to speed up a manned mission; under the current plan, astronauts wouldn't climb aboard until 2021— at best.The Space Launch System, known as SLS, will be the most powerful rocket wh

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