Gambar Pertama Webb, Pakaian Luar Angkasa Generasi Selanjutnya, dan Robot Keliling Bulan

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An update about the next generation of spacesuits ….

And testing our lunar-roving robot … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA!

Gambar penuh warna pertama dari Teleskop Luar Angkasa Webb akan segera hadir

Kita Teleskop Luar Angkasa James Webb Tim berencana untuk merilis gambar penuh warna pertama dan data spektroskopi teleskop pada 12 Juli. Beberapa gambar tes awal sudah membuktikannya ketajaman yang belum pernah terjadi sebelumnya dari tampilan inframerah Webb. Tetapi gambar dan data yang dirilis pada 12 Juli akan menjadi yang pertama menunjukkan kecakapan ilmiah penuh Webb.

Astronot bekerja di permukaan bulan

Ilustrasi seniman tentang dua anggota kru berpakaian jas yang bekerja di permukaan bulan. Yang di latar depan mengambil batu untuk diperiksa sementara yang lain memotret titik pengumpulan di latar belakang. Kredit foto: NASA

NASA bermitra untuk menawarkan layanan luar angkasa dan moonwalking baru

Kami mengumumkan ini pada 1 Juni ruang aksioma dan Collins Aerospace akan mengembangkan dan mengirimkan pakaian antariksa dan wahana antariksa generasi berikutnya untuk memungkinkan para astronot bekerja di luar Stasiun Luar Angkasa Internasional dan menjelajahi permukaan bulan Misi Artemisdan bersiap untuk misi manusia[{” attribute=””>Mars. Learn more about spacesuits and spacewalking at nasa.gov/suitup.

NASA VIPER on Moon

Illustration of NASA’s Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER) on the surface of the Moon. Credit: NASA Ames/Daniel Rutter

Testing NASA’s Resource-Hunting Moon Rover

Teams at our Glenn Research Center in Cleveland recently conducted full-scale egress testing with the prototype of our VIPER Moon rover to verify that it will be able to exit the Astrobotic Griffin lunar lander safely and effectively after landing on the Moon. VIPER is targeted for delivery to the Moon’s South Pole in late 2023 to map valuable resources for future Artemis missions.

Hurricane Larry

Hurricane Larry is pictured churning in the Atlantic Ocean as the International Space Station orbited 263 miles above. Credit: NASA

NASA Prepared to Monitor 2022 Hurricane Season from Space

The 2022 Atlantic Ocean hurricane season kicked off on June 1 and runs through November 30. NASA plays an important role in the science of hurricanes. Our fleet of Earth-observing satellites can monitor storms from the unique vantage point of space to collect data that is also useful for disaster preparedness, response, mitigation, and recovery. Learn more at nasa.gov/hurricanes.

Apollo 1 Monument Dedication

The Apollo 1 monument at Arlington National Cemetery was dedicated on Thursday, June 2, 2022, in Arlington, Va. The monument honors and memorializes the Apollo 1 crew of Virgil I. “Gus” Grissom, Edward H. White II, and Roger B. Chaffee. Family members of Apollo 1 astronaut Roger B. Chaffee were joined by NASA Administrator Bill Nelson as they placed flowers at the monument during its dedication. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

Apollo 1 Monument Dedicated at Arlington National Cemetery

On June 2, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and others attended the Apollo 1 Monument Dedication at Arlington National Cemetery, in Virginia. The monument honors and memorializes the Apollo 1 crew – astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee – and others who lost their lives in support of the agency’s mission of exploration and discovery.

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