Today, Michael F. O’Brien, NASA’s associate administrator for international and interagency relations, informed his colleagues in an internal memo that the U.S. space agency was taking a stand on Ukraine and would suspend all contact with Russian “entities” with the exception of the International Space Station, SpaceRef reports.
We can’t break ties with the Space Station; we’ve got two astronauts up there now, and the only way to get them down is via a Soyuz spacecraft. Continue reading
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has captured a “natural color portrait” of Saturn that is the first to show the planet and its moons and rings in the same shot with Earth, Venus and Mars, according to the space agency.
Where are we? Continue reading