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UK companies to provide services for future Moon missions

The UK Space Agency has announced over £50 million for UK companies to develop communication and navigation services for miss

Another step forward towards the development of lunar infrastructure

Astroport Space Technologies, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas USA, and FourPoint, headquartered in Wrocław, Poland, annou

Europe-Japan Sign MoU To Provide Rover Instrument For 2024 ISRO-JAXA Lunar Mission

The European Space Agency (ESA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (J

Teledyne, Sierra Space and Nissan Designing Next-Generation Lunar Terrain Vehicle for NASA

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Teledyne Brown Engineering announced today, at the 37th Space Symposium i

Canadensys delivers upgraded lunar wheels to the Canadian Space Agency

Canadensys Aerospace has delivered upgraded lunar wheels to the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) for use on previously delivered Ca

ESRIC- ESA Space Resources Challenge: Getting ready for moon prospection

European Space Agency (ESA) & European Space Resources Innovation Centre (ESRIC) challenged European and Canadian engineer

Airbus, Air Liquide and ispace Europe launch EURO2MOON, a non-profit European platform to explore future uses of natural lunar resources

The European Space Resources Innovation Centre (ESRIC) announces its intention to join this organization as the first non-foun

Canadian Space Payload Accelerator announced with the Moon as the destination

Global Affairs Canada via its Los Angeles office of the Trade Commissioner Service and the Canadian Space Agency announced las

NASA, Australia Sign Agreement to Add Rover to Future Moon Mission

International and commercial partnerships are a critical component of NASA’s long-term plans on and around the Moon unde

China’s Moon mission returned youngest ever lavas

The rock samples brought back from the Moon in December by China’s Chang’e-5 mission were really young. It’s

NASA just cut a 10-cent check to kick-start moon mining tech

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — NASA has cut a 10 cent check to space startup Lunar Outpost in the first-ever payment to a com

Oxygen And Metal Powder Extracted From Moonrocks

British engineers who are perfecting a technique for transforming moondust into oxygen have made a breakthrough that could sha

CAPSTONE’s CubeSat Prepares For Lunar Flight

Small spacecraft will play a big role in lunar exploration, including a Moon-bound CubeSat launching later this year. The Cisl

Redwire to Explore the Feasibility of 3D Printing With Lunar Dust on the ISS

On August 10th, Northrop Grumman plans to launch its 16th commerical resupply service mission. As the name suggests, the Cygnu

Japan is joining the push to return to the moon

According to Space News, Japan has recently passed a space resources law similar to ones enacted by the United States, Luxembo

Lockheed Martin And Omnispace Explore Space-Based 5G Global Network

LITTLETON, Colo. and TYSONS, Va., March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Omnispace, LLC and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), ha

CNES and ANRT join forces to boost lunar economy

Tuesday 23 March, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall and Patrice Caine, President of ANRT, the Frenchresearch and technology ass

From Flags and Lunar Modules to Rovers and Family Pictures

Making the Details of Humanity’s Incredible Journey to Space Accessible to All OXFORD, Miss., March 11, 2021 /PRNewswi

ESA commissions OHB consortium with study on the future of European space transportation

Bremen, 11 March 2021. Rocket Factory Augsburg AG, a subsidiary of space and high-tech group OHB SE, has been commissione

Lunar Ascent – Australia’s First Mission to the Moon

Australian industry rallies to develop a bold unifying space mission 5 December 2020 sees lift off for an exciting new chapter

Spacebit secures a second ride to the Moon – this time with Intuitive Machines on the Nova-C lander in 2021

Spacebit is developing micro-rover technologies and rover deployment systems to be able to carry scientific payloads in suppor