NASA launched its first man-based space mission since 2011 on Saturday, revitalizing America's domestic space program which has remained largely dormant over the last decade, as Russia and China have sought to militarize the domain above Earth.
Of all the people to crap on John F. Kennedy's legacy, you'd think it wouldn't be the New York Times and the Washington Post. But both papers made waves last week by commemorating the lunar landing—inspired by the martyred president's famous promise—with pieces lamenting NASA's failure to equally represent women and ethnic minorities.
A free-market think tank formally requested that NASA remove information on its website asserting that a broad consensus among scientists endorse the theory that human activity is the main driver of global climate change.
A recent audit of cybersecurity management for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) strongly criticized the agency for a lack of progress over the last decade in improving cybersecurity, leaving many assets of the space agency open to attack.
U.S. government organizations have the worst ranking cybersecurity protections when compared against more than a dozen private industries, including construction, food, and hospitality, according to a report released Thursday.