Stennis Space Center instrumental in future of space exploration

By 2024, NASA plans to have landed the first female astronaut on the moon but not without a little help from Mississippi. Announced at the tail end of September, the Artemis program, which includes Phase 1 plans to land the first woman on the surface of the Moon, is intended to create ‚Äúscientific discovery, economic … Continue reading “Stennis Space Center instrumental in future of space exploration”

Stennis Space Center tests rocket that will take humans to Mars

NASA did a “hot fire” rocket engine test earlier Wednesday at Stennis Space Center, the first one of 2019. The RS-25 rocket features a developmental engine designed to take humans farther in space than we’ve ever gone before – back to the Moon and ultimately Mars. Four RS-25s, when fired simultaneously, produce two million pounds … Continue reading “Stennis Space Center tests rocket that will take humans to Mars”