Skip to main content

NASA selected proposals to study the universe.


Our universe is full of secrets, and our scientists have been engaged day and night to learn these secrets. NASA has always been launching satellites, telescopes, to reveal the secrets of the Universe, and NASA has always been ahead of the Universe. NASA is now preparing for its next mission to uncover countless mysteries of the Universe, NASA will use new technology for these missions. NASA has selected proposals for its next four missions, aimed at studying cosmic explosions, as well as orbiting nearby stellar parts, how the planets affect the atmosphere.

NASA will select two proposals in 2021, after a detailed evaluation, as the next astrophysics mission under the Exploratory Program, and then selected missions to be launched in 2025. Thomas Zurbuchen, Associate Administrator at the agency's Science Mission Directorate in Washington, says that these promising proposals under the Exploration Program reveal some of the most creative, innovative ways to help uncover the mysteries of the universe. To know the biggest cosmic mysteries of our solar system, I hope for the success of these small missions.

NASA has potentially selected two Astrophysics Small Explorer (SMEX) missions and two Mission of Opportunity (MO) proposals, potentially based on the science value and feasibility of development plans.  Each cost of the SMEX mission is $ 145 million, and each cost of MO is $ 75 million, excluding NASA's launch cost.  NASA will give $ 2 million to each SMEX of the selected proposal to conduct a nine-month mission concept study.


Comments

Popular posts from this blog

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope will be closed.

NASA briefly informed that the Spitzer Space Telescope will be permanently discontinued on January 30, 2020. After about 16 years of discovering the universe in light energy.  And by that time, the space shuttle has been working for more than 11 years beyond its prime mission, Spitzer examines the universe's various objects in infrared light.  It was in 2003 through the rocket that the American Space Research Organization NASA entered the space and entered the orbit around the Earth.  Spitzer rotates the sun on a path similar to that of the Earth but it runs a bit slower.  Today it is about 158 ​​million miles (254 million kilometers) away from our planet - more than 600 times the distance between Earth and Moon.  The spacing of Spitzer's orbit curve means that when the spacecraft indicates its fixed antenna on the earth to download data or receive commands, its solar panels tend to lean away from the sun.  During those periods, to operate the space shuttle, one should rely on…

SpaceX is launching its next dragon spacecraft.

SpaceX is preparing for its next mission, very soon Spacex will launch the Dragon Spacecraft with its Falcon 9 Rocket.
  SpaceX is the 18th commercial reproduction service mission, dragon spacecraft will be loaded with dozens of experiments made in space.  Launch date: Sunday, July 21, 2019 at 7:35 pm  International Space Station (ISS) us  The National Laboratory SpaceX's dragon is giving a finalization to more than two dozen payloads for launch in a circular circular laboratory.  Many of these payloads are aimed at improving human health on the earth, many of which are focused on drug development.  In addition, a series of payloads from identified private sector partners will be launched on this mission.  More than 40 student experiments and demonstrations have been included on the 18th Commercial Recepti Services Mission (CRS-18) of SpaceX.  One part of ISS American National Laboratory's goal is to encourage and engage next generation scientists.                              …

SpaceX,Dragon Cargo Returns Mission in Pacific ends with SplashDown

SpaceX dragon cargo spaceship dropped at 5:48 pm in the Pacific Ocean.  The EDT (2:48 p.m. PDT) is located approximately 202 miles southwest of Long Beach, California, which is located at the end of the company's 17th contracted Cargo Resipulli mission for NASA.  Spacecraft returned more than 4,200 pounds for other valuable scientific uses. Some scientific investigations of Dragon's return to Earth include: Overview of protein crystals growth, in the use of NASA's biophysics-6, to be interested in cancer treatment and radiation safety  There has been an increase in the growth of two proteins.  Scientists are using ground-based predictions and X-ray crystallography in space to determine that proteins are beneficial in crystallization in microbiology, where some proteins can grow with big and small flaws.Microglio biosynthesis in M…