12.11.2017 - On Nov. 9, 2017, NASA's Restore-L project successfully completed its Mission Preliminary Design Review (MPDR). During the review, an independent Standing Review Board (SRB) comprised of subject matter experts both internal and external to NASA determined all design plans for the technology demonstration project are viable and sound.
9.14.2017 - In recent operations on the International Space Station, robotic operators were twice able to test and confirm the ability of the Robotic External Leak Locator (RELL) to "smell" in space.
5.11.2017 — "SSPD's first industry day was an excellent indication of the interest that exists for NASA's satellite servicing capabilities," said Preston Burch, associate division director for SSPD. "We look forward to future Industry Days and continued collaboration with U.S. companies."
5.03.2017 — In Goddard Space Flight Center's Satellite Servicing Projects Division facilities, His Majesty operated one of the lab's robotic arms
4.05.2017 — NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center to host first Satellite Servicing Technology Transfer Industry Day on April 19th
4.03.2017 — The International Space Station serves as an orbiting test and demonstration laboratory for scientific experiments to be performed inside and outside the space station. The experiments are inherently transient with typical life cycles of about one to five years. Once their test objectives are accomplished, they are removed to make way for new experiments.
2.19.2017 — The Raven technology module launched to the International Space Station on February 19 as part of the tenth SpaceX commercial resupply mission.Feature : NASA to Launch Raven to Develop Autonomous Rendezvous Capability