1. U.S. to test nuclear-powered spacecraft by 2027  Reuters
  2. NASA and DARPA Collaborating on a Nuclear-Powered Rocket for Quick Trips to Mars  Gizmodo
  3. Nasa to test nuclear rockets that could fly astronauts to Mars in record time  The Guardian
  4. NASA and DARPA will build a nuclear rocket by 2027  Space.com
  5. NASA to test nuclear fission-powered spacecraft engine by 2027  Al Jazeera English
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The United States plans to test a spacecraft engine powered by nuclear fission by 2027 as part of a long-term NASA effort to demonstrate more efficient methods of propelling astronauts to Mars in the future, the space agency’s chief said on Tuesday.The United States plans to test a spacecraft engine powered by nuclear fission by 2027 as part of a long-term NASA effort to demonstrate more efficient methods of propelling astronauts to Mars in the future, the space agency’s chief said on Tuesday.

U.S. to test nuclear-powered spacecraft by 2027 | Reuters

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NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy, Bhavya Lal, associate administrator for Technology, Policy, and Strategy, as well as other agency speakers, will participate in the 2023 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) SciTech Forum from Monday, Jan. 23, to Friday, Jan. 27, in National Harbor, Maryland.NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy, Bhavya Lal, associate administrator for Technology, Policy, and Strategy, as well as other agency speakers, will participate in the 2023 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) SciTech Forum from Monday, Jan. 23, to Friday, Jan. 27, in National Harbor, Maryland.

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The technological advancement has long been seen as critical to long-haul missions, including a manned trip to Mars.The technological advancement has long been seen as critical to long-haul missions, including a manned trip to Mars.

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The coordinated effort is seeking to create alternative space propulsion technologies for both the civilian and defense sectors.The coordinated effort is seeking to create alternative space propulsion technologies for both the civilian and defense sectors.

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With help of this technology, astronauts could journey to and from deep space faster than ever, says NASAWith help of this technology, astronauts could journey to and from deep space faster than ever, says NASA

NASA, Pentagon developing nuclear-powered rocket for Mars voyage

The proposed Nuclear Thermal and Nuclear Electric Propulsion (NTNEP) could transport you to Mars in just 45 days.The proposed Nuclear Thermal and Nuclear Electric Propulsion (NTNEP) could transport you to Mars in just 45 days.

We could reach Mars in just 45 days. There is a plan in the works - India Today

Project, in concert with US government agency Darpa, aims to develop pioneering propulsion system for space travelProject, in concert with US government agency Darpa, aims to develop pioneering propulsion system for space travel

Nasa to test nuclear rockets that could fly astronauts to Mars in record time | Mars | The Guardian

Nuclear thermal rocket engines could help get astronauts to Mars more quickly than by chemical propulsion methods.Nuclear thermal rocket engines could help get astronauts to Mars more quickly than by chemical propulsion methods.

NASA and DARPA will test nuclear thermal engines for crewed missions to Mars | Engadget

NASA is eyeing the late 2030s for sending humans to Mars and it could use a nuclear-powered rocket that would dramatically reduce the seven-month journey for those spacefaring heroes.NASA is eyeing the late 2030s for sending humans to Mars and it could use a nuclear-powered rocket that would dramatically reduce the seven-month journey for those spacefaring heroes.

NASA announces plans for a nuclear rocket that brings man on Mars on step closer | Daily Mail Online

NASA selected a nuclear propulsion concept for Phase I development as part of its Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) program for 2023.NASA selected a nuclear propulsion concept for Phase I development as part of its Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) program for 2023.

NASA nuclear propulsion concept could reach Mars in just 45 days

Exploratory funding has been granted to a novel combination of propulsion methods claimed to allow future missions to reach Mars in less than seven weeks.Exploratory funding has been granted to a novel combination of propulsion methods claimed to allow future missions to reach Mars in less than seven weeks.

Mars In Just 45 Days? NASA Explores Propulsion System Concept For Fast Transit | IFLScience

Called DRACO, the demonstration spacecraft could reach Mars three times faster than vessels running on traditional chemical-based propulsion.Called DRACO, the demonstration spacecraft could reach Mars three times faster than vessels running on traditional chemical-based propulsion.

NASA and DARPA Collaborating on a Nuclear-Powered Rocket

NASA has shared new plans to create a nuclear-powered spacecraft that could take astronauts to Mars in just 45 days.NASA has shared new plans to create a nuclear-powered spacecraft that could take astronauts to Mars in just 45 days.

A nuclear-powered rocket could take astronauts to Mars in just 45 days | BGR

Bimodal Nuclear Thermal Rocket could significantly reduce radiation exposure and other major risks associated with interplanetary travelBimodal Nuclear Thermal Rocket could significantly reduce radiation exposure and other major risks associated with interplanetary travel

Nasa to fund nuclear rocket to blast people to Mars in just 45 days | The Independent

NASA and DARPA will cooperate on the development and flight demonstration of a nuclear propulsion system with applications for both agencies.NASA and DARPA will cooperate on the development and flight demonstration of a nuclear propulsion system with applications for both agencies.

NASA and DARPA to partner on nuclear thermal propulsion demonstration - SpaceNews

NASA and DARPA announced a collaboration to demonstrate a working nuclear thermal rocket by 2027 with the goal of sending humans to Mars as quickly as possible.The agency wants the technology for use in crewed missions to Mars.

NASA and DARPA will build a nuclear rocket by 2027 | Space

We live in an era of renewed space exploration, where multiple agencies are planning to send astronauts to the Moon in the coming years.Wow!

New NASA Nuclear Rocket Plan Aims to Get to Mars in Just 45 Days : ScienceAlert