Future in Space Hangout

Join us as we meet with members of the American Astronomical Society and the American Astronautical Society to discuss the future of humanity's efforts in space and science.

What Will NASAs Lunar Gateway Habitat Look Like

7th Oct, 2019 - 3576 views

Future in Space Hangouts are sponsored by the American Astronautical Society, consider becoming member: https://astronautical.org/member A critical part of NASA's plan to get to Mars and the Moon include the development and construction of a gatewa

Building Huge Telescopes in Space Using Robots

15th Jan, 2019 - 2267 views

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From the Moon To Mars

19th Dec, 2018 - 2543 views

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Using Resources in Space to Sustain Human Exploration

6th Dec, 2018 - 1619 views

Is it easier to bring resources with us or use what's there when going to the moon and Mars? NASA thinks it's easier to use what's there. Learn more about NASA's thinking with in-situ resource utilization (ISRU)

LUVOIR: From Big Bang to Biosignatures - A Flagship Observatory in NASA's Future?

16th Oct, 2018 - 2991 views

NASA will soon wrap up four concept studies of major space observatories that could launch sometime in the coming couple decades. One of these is the Large UV/optical/IR (LUVOIR) Surveyor. LUVOIR is a concept for a highly capable, multi-wavelength ob

HabEx and Living Earths: The Astronomical Answer to "Are We Alone?"

3rd Oct, 2018 - 3570 views

The discovery over the past few years that stars in the Milky Way may each be orbited by at least one planet suggests that among these numerous planetary systems may reside planets similar to Earth, perhaps even harboring life. The HabEx concept is i