This past Sunday, NASA’s Artemis I mission splashed down in the Pacific Ocean. It was an historic occasion, both the 50th anniversary of the last human lunar landing, as well as a milestone marking the beginning of NASA’s return to the Moon. Days before, Japanese billionaire, Yusaku Maezawa, revealed his 8-person crew to accompany him.
Northern Sky Research, which specializes in the space industry, released the second edition of its Moon Markets report this month, which identified 70 commercial lunar missions being prepared in the next decade. “The surprising thing was the sheer amount of potential and need for transportation to get to the Moon,” says Hussain Bokhari, an NSR consultant who.
NASA and partner space faring nations around the globe are ambitiously focusing on returning to the Moon. Although, getting to the Moon has become harder due to expensive budgetary requirements, NASA is aiming to overcome the traditional barriers of procurement by enabling commercial companies to provide services via its public-private partnerships model, the Commercial Lunar.
Last week, China & Russia signed a memorandum of understanding to create a joint lunar science station. Earlier this week, the SLS core stage arrived at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, in anticipation of an Artemis 1 launch in late 2021, or early 2022. With major powers taking new, strongly funded, and different approaches to the Moon, has a new space race begun? In.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NSR’s Moon Markets Analysis report, launched today, forecasts 140 Moon Missions launching over the next decade to generate $42.3B. As budget announcements with approved appropriations roll out and the ARTEMIS program commits to the first woman, and next man, on the moon by 2024, the major growth areas include.