Fluidic Telescope (FLUTE): Enabling the Next Generation of Large Space Observatories – NASA

The future of space-based UV/optical/IR astronomy requires ever larger telescopes. The highest priority astrophysics targets, including Earth-like exoplanets, first generation stars, and early galaxies, are all extremely faint, which presents an ongoing challenge for current missions and is the opportunity space for next generation telescopes: larger telescopes are the primary way to address this issue. … Read more

NASA Technology Grants to Advance Moon to Mars Space Exploration – NASA

NASA has awarded nearly $1.5 million to academic, non-profit, and business organizations to advance state-of-the-art technology that will play a key role in the agency’s return to the Moon under Artemis, as well as future missions to Mars. Twenty-four projects from 21 organizations have been awarded under NASA’s Dual-Use Technology Development Cooperative Agreement Notices, or … Read more

Pentagon cuts science and technology funding request

Hubbard Radio Washington DC, LLC. All rights reserved. This website is not intended for users located within the European Economic Area. Artificial intelligence, space technology projects and integrated sensing and cyber efforts make up the majority of the Pentagon’s S&T budget request. The Defense Department is seeking $17.2 billion to fund its science and technology … Read more

Quicksplained: Pakistan’s first moon mission and its China connection – Firstpost

Pakistan is sending its lunar mission (ICUBE-Q) on board China’s Chang’e6 on 3 May. ICUBE-Q has been designed and developed by Islamabad-based Institute of Space Technology in collaboration with China’s Shanghai University and Pakistan’s national space agency SUPARCO read more The Institute of Space Technology (IST) in Islamabad announced that Pakistan’s first lunar mission, iCube-Q, … Read more

Sangi’s Remineralizing Toothpaste Inducted into Space Technology Hall of Fame – Oral Health Group

Remineralizing toothpaste from Sangi Co., Ltd has been inducted into the U.S. Space Technology Hall of Fame. The product was inspired by NASA technology and contains Medical Hydroxyapatite, an ingredient that prevents tooth decay. The award was announced during the 2024 Space Symposium in Colorado Springs from April 8 to 11. The Space Technology Hall … Read more

IISSR and T-Hub Forge Strategic Partnership at DAIS 2024 – Technology Today – EIN Presswire

Representatives of the International Institute for Space Studies and Research and T-Hub are pictured with dignitaries at the Defence and Aerospace Innovation Summit held in Hyderabad May 1. Amanda Capps Blue Eye Soft/IISSR acapps@blueyesoft.com Visit us on social media: LinkedIn EIN Presswire does not exercise editorial control over third-party content provided, uploaded, published, or distributed … Read more

NASA seeks input on space technology shortfalls – SpaceNews

WASHINGTON — NASA is seeking public input on how to prioritize nearly 200 topics in space technology to improve how it invests limited funding on them. The agency has released a list of 187 “technology shortfalls,” or topics where current technology requires additional development to meet NASA’s future needs. The shortfalls are in 20 areas … Read more

NASA Refines National Space Technology Development Priorities – NASA

As NASA focuses on exploring the Moon, Mars, and the solar system for the benefit of humanity, the agency’s Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) is shifting how it prioritizes technology development. As part of this refinement effort, NASA is asking the American aerospace community for feedback on nearly 190 national space technology needs – or … Read more

Space Technology for Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief in ASEAN – World | ReliefWeb

Space technology plays a crucial role in disaster management for the world’s most disaster-exposed region. While ASEAN countries with capabilities in space technology focus on their national endeavours and goals, climate-induced disasters continue to pose a significant transboundary threat. Given this, nations in ASEAN with access to space technology should consider coordinating the use of … Read more