1. NASA details coronavirus impact on space projects  SlashGear
  2. Lunar Gateway Orbital Outpost Experiment Will Monitor Radiation in Deep Space  SciTechDaily
  3. NASA Suspends Work on The New Moon Mission Rocket Due to Coronavirus Outbreak  ScienceAlert
  4. NASA pauses work on James Webb Space Telescope due to coronavirus, weighs risk to other science missions  Space.com
  5. Covid-19 restrictions disrupt astronauts' preparations for ISS  The Guardian
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The coronavirus pandemic will derail more NASA projects than just the huge rocket the US space agency hopes to take to Mars and beyond, with a number of teamsThe coronavirus pandemic will derail more NASA projects than just the huge rocket the US space agency hopes to take to Mars and beyond, with a number of teams suspended as the health crisis continu…

NASA details coronavirus impact on space projects - SlashGear

NASA said it has suspended work on building and testing the rocket and capsule for its Artemis crewed mission to the Moon due to the rising number of coronavirus cases in the community.NASA said it has suspended work on building and testing the rocket and capsule for its Artemis crewed mission to the Moon due to the rising number of coronavirus cases in the community.

NASA Suspends Work on The New Moon Mission Rocket Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

The Space Review: Space in uncertain times

The COVID-19 pandemic could delay even NASA's highest-priority missions, like the James Webb Space Telescope and the Mars 2020 mission.No mission will be immune, NASA leadership said, not even the James Webb Space Telescope or the Perseverance Mars rover.

NASA pauses work on James Webb Space Telescope due to coronavirus, weighs risk to other science missions | Space

The United States should not pause its mission to get man back on the moon, despite the coronavirus crisis. In fact, Congress should include funds for NASA's Artemis program in its massive stimulus bill to offset losses from the pandemic.The United States should not pause its mission to get man back on the moon, despite the coronavirus crisis. In fact, Congress should include funds for NASA's Artemis program in its massive stimulus

The coronavirus pandemic argues for more funding for NASA's Artemis program, not less | TheHill

The United States should not pause its mission to get man back on the moon, despite the coronavirus crisis. In fact, Congress should include funds for NASA's Artemis program in its massive stimulus bill to offset losses from the pandemic.The United States should not pause its mission to get man back on the moon, despite the coronavirus crisis. In fact, Congress should include funds for NASA's Artemis program in its massive stimulus

The coronavirus pandemic argues for more funding for NASA's Artemis program, not less | TheHill

“A NASA employee who works at Kennedy Space Center in Florida tested positive for coronavirus, the agency confirmed on Monday, although NASA believes "it was acquired after they had started teleworking." https://t.co/1g9Fd1OwFe”

Michael Sheetz on Twitter: "A NASA employee who works at Kennedy Space Center in Florida tested positive for coronavirus, the agency confirmed on Monday, although NASA believes "it was acquired after they had started teleworking." https://t.co/1g9Fd1OwFe"

“From @NASA: A worker from @NASAKennedy in #FL tests positive for #coronavirus infection who last worked on-site 10 days ago. Exposure believed occured after telework began. #fnr”

Eben Brown (Fox) on Twitter: "From @NASA: A worker from @NASAKennedy in #FL tests positive for #coronavirus infection who last worked on-site 10 days ago. Exposure believed occured after telework began. #fnr"

“I was just reliably informed by someone, who apparently was reliably informed by What'sApp, that NASA satellite videos have live telecast the retreat of the Coronavirus from India starting at 5 PM. ++”

Prem Panicker on Twitter: "I was just reliably informed by someone, who apparently was reliably informed by What'sApp, that NASA satellite videos have live telecast the retreat of the Coronavirus from India starting at 5 PM. ++"

“This is excellent and very helpful from @StationCDRKelly. I received invaluable advice from @NASA on sleeplessness before I attempted my Guinness Word Record @GWR 30 years ago. They know how to get a mission done. #coronavirus #isolation https://t.co/mO9l3IpShm”

Adrian Hilton on Twitter: "This is excellent and very helpful from @StationCDRKelly. I received invaluable advice from @NASA on sleeplessness before I attempted my Guinness Word Record @GWR 30 years ago. They know how to get a mission done. #coronavirus #isolation https://t.co/mO9l3IpShm"

NASA has stopped development work on its Space Launch System (SLS) and Orion space capsule, two key parts of the space agency's plan to return to the moon in 2024.

COVID-19 Could Ground NASA's New Moon Rocket | Nasdaq

The first science experiments that will be hosted on the Gateway, an international outpost that will orbit the Moon, have been selected by ESA and NASA. Europe’s contribution will monitor radiation to gain a complete understanding of cosmic and solar rays in unexplored areas as the orbital outpost i

Lunar Gateway Orbital Outpost Experiment Will Monitor Radiation in Deep Space

Lunar Gateway Orbital Outpost Experiment Will Monitor Radiation in Deep Space

Despite budget overruns — and a pandemic — NASA is determined to get its next Mars rover called "Perseverance" off the ground in July.Despite budget overruns — and a pandemic — NASA is determined to get its next Mars rover called "Perseverance" off the ground in July.

NASA’s New Mars Rover Still Launching in July Despite Coronavirus

Despite budget overruns — and a pandemic — NASA is determined to get its next Mars rover called "Perseverance" off the ground in July.Despite budget overruns — and a pandemic — NASA is determined to get its next Mars rover called "Perseverance" off the ground in July.

NASA's New Mars Rover Still Launching in July Despite Coronavirus

The proposed timeframe for the mission is said to be “no earlier than mid-to-late May”, NASA said on its website.

NASA and SpaceX to launch astronauts to space despite coronavirus pandemic - SatellitePro ME

Officials said the capsule will be stored overnight and loaded onto, or rather into, NASA's Super Guppy on Monday.Officials said the capsule will be stored overnight and loaded onto, or rather into, NASA's Super Guppy on Monday.

Super Guppy returns to Mansfield to ferry Orion space capsule home

It’s been nearly five decades since humans have visited the Moon. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Artemis is humanity’s gloriousIt looks like the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will have to wait a little longer to return to the Moon. The US space agency is forced to suspend work on the rocket and capsule for the $30 billion Artemis missions due to the increasing number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in the country.

Humans have to wait longer to land on the Moon again as Coronavirus shuts down Artemis | Business Insider India

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the globe NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told Fox News the space agency will "continue to assess the potential impact on our missions as the situation unfolds."As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the globe NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told Fox News the space agency will "continue to assess the potential impact on our missions as the situation unfolds."

The agency cited budget and deadline concerns. The agency cited budget and deadline concerns.

NASA's Lunar Gateway Won't Help Put Boots on the Moon