Welcome to The Space Resources monthly newsletter for April 2019. Hayabusa2 is still hard at work studying Ryugu, InSight detected its first possible Marsquake, Beresheet failed to land on the Moon, and many NewSpace firms are making exciting progress.
Welcome to The Space Resources monthly newsletter for March 2019. We have seen exciting news related to evidence of groundwater on Mars, hydrated minerals on Bennu, and NASA being challenged to return astronauts to the Moon by 2024. However, the Indian anti-satellite test and failure of UN talks to create a space disarmament treaty place a dark cloud on the horizon.
Welcome to The Space Resources monthly newsletter for February 2019. Space resource activities this month have failed to disappoint! We’ve seen the first private lunar lander on approach to the Moon, a sample collection on an asteroid, and the Moon race building more steam.