Articles about Jim Bridenstine
27 Oct 2020Technology
While there have been signs of water being present on the moon, NASA's new findings suggest the lunar water isn't just restricted to shadowy areas of Earth's only natural satellite.
15 Sep 2020Technology
Recently, a team of scientists made major headlines for discovering potential signs of life on Venus.
02 Aug 2020Entertainment
Brace for impact as Universal Pictures has agreed to fund actor Tom Cruise and tech giant Elon Musk's ambitious space movie with a $200 million budget.
02 May 2020Technology
By 2024, NASA hopes to land the first woman and the next man on the surface of the Moon.
01 May 2020Technology
A new high-pressure ventilator developed by NASA has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for emergency use.
21 Mar 2020Technology
After hitting the big tech companies, the novel coronavirus disease has deterred NASA from moving ahead with its mission to the Moon.
20 Jan 2020Technology
Just recently, SpaceX demonstrated the capabilities of the launch escape system built into Crew Dragon, its dedicated spacecraft for manned flights.
29 Jun 2019World
Back in March, India reaffirmed its position as a space power by demonstrating the ability to destroy a satellite in low-Earth orbit.
28 Jun 2019Technology
NASA has confirmed Saturn's largest moon, Titan, as the next destination in its quest to find signs of primordial/extant life.
02 Apr 2019World
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine termed India's destruction of its own satellite as part of ASAT missile test under Mission Shakti a "terrible thing".
12 Feb 2019India
Hard work and determination never ditch you, and stories on a similar theme rarely fail to inspire us.
03 Jan 2019Technology
2019 seems to have started on a high note for NASA.
07 Oct 2018Technology
After several delays, Elon Musk's SpaceX will carry out its first human spaceflight in June 2019 by sending astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) on board one of its rockets, confirmed NASA.
04 Aug 2018World
Indian-origin US astronaut Sunita Williams is among the nine astronauts named by NASA who will fly the first missions into space on commercially provided rockets and capsules, built and operated by The Boeing Company and SpaceX, starting next year.