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‘Star Trek’ & The Future of Space Travel – Michael Salla

Dr. Michael Salla is a pioneer in the development of exopolitics and known for revealing US government policies on ET life. In this broadcast, he discusses possible futures for space travel– the optimal being a ‘Star Trek’ future involving countries with space programs collaborating in civil, military, and commercial affairs in space.

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The Space Resources Debate Pivots From Asteroids to the Moon

The interest in space resources, though, persists, although with a different destination in mind: the Moon. The reinvigoration of lunar exploration through NASA’s Artemis program, as well as the space programs of China and other nations, has brought new attention to lunar resources, notably water ice at the poles that could sustain future lunar bases and fuel—literally—exploration of the Moon and beyond.

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Astrobotic Selected by NASA to Fly Viper Rover to the Moon [Video]

Astrobotic Selected by NASA to Fly Viper Rover to the Moon [Video]

SNN Editor’s comment: Of course it has a reptilian name. NASA has awarded Astrobotic of Pittsburgh $199.5 million to deliver NASA’s Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER) to the Moon’s South Pole in late 2023. The water-seeking mobile VIPER robot will help pave the way for astronaut missions to the lunar surface beginning in 2024 and will bring NASA a

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The Artemis Accords: Repeating the Mistakes of the Age of Exploration

The Artemis Accords: Repeating the Mistakes of the Age of Exploration

“Space is a warfighting domain. . . . It is not enough to have an American presence in space; we must have American dominance in space.”- U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence, 2018 1 In the spring of 1493, the King and Queen of Spain sent an envoy to the Pope […] moderndiplomacy.eu See more about this here: The Artemis Accords: Repeating

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NASA Names Companies to Develop Tech for Moon Missions

NASA has selected three U.S. companies to design and develop human landing systems (HLS) for the agency’s Artemis program, one of which will land the first woman and next man on the surface of the Moon by 2024. NASA is on track for sustainable human exploration of the Moon for the first time in history. Read more here… Stay up to date on news and info by clicking the “follow” button.

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