In June 2023, AARG completed its fourth space analog mission. But for the crew of AARG-4i, this ILMAH mission was anything but ordinary.
Spirulina algae has many qualities that make it useful for outer space. A NASA research grant will enable us to perform a detailed study.
The Astra Carta offers a sustainable course of action in areas that are often overlooked in general space discourse.
In part 2 of this MDRS series, crew members Bill O’Hara, Tony DiBernardo and S.E. Guthrie reflect on their experiences.
After nearly two years of preparations, the ARG-1M crew officially entered the Mars Desert Research Station analog habitat in January 2023.
By joining the Artemis Accords, India has chosen to bet that space’s economic and military future will continue to remain in U.S. hands.
Beyond technology and science, there are military and legal implications to the American and Chinese space plane programs.
AARG members Scott van Hoy and James Sheffield recently experienced Aquarius Reef Base, the world’s only Undersea Research Laboratory.