Episode: Liftoff 101: Behind the Back Fence


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Liftoff 101: Behind the Back Fence

The Artemis Budget is becoming more and more real, as NASA promotes the number of companies involved in building its hardware. Elsewhere, ESA is preparing to go to Jupiter with the JUICE robotic mission and Bigelow has big plans for the ISS.

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Paying for Artemis: How much will it cost to go back to the moon? - SpaceNews.com
Bridenstine estimates Artemis cost at $20–30 billion - SpaceNews.com
NASA's 2020 Mars Rover Gets Its 1st Wheels, and a Mast, Too (Ahoy!) | Space
2020 Mars Helicopter Could Open Alien Skies to Exploration | Space
Michigan Company Helps Build NASA Moon Rocket, Accelerate Moon Mission | NASA
NASA | Exploration Systems Suppliers in America
New report finds NASA awarded Boeing large fees despite SLS launch slips | Ars Technica
NASA’s future Moon rocket will probably be delayed and over budget again - The Verge
Arianespace and ESA announce the JUICE (JUpiter ICy moons Explorer) launch contract – Arianespace
ESA Science & Technology: Science Payload
NASA is opening the ISS to commercial business and more private astronauts - The Verge
Bigelow announces plans for private astronaut flights to space station – Spaceflight Now


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