Mars

'we Gonna Build A Wall On Mars?' Netizens Ecstatic After Trump Unveils Logo Of Us Space Force

The space operations branch has become the first new military service since the establishment of the independent Air Force in 1947. John Raymond who was recently sworn in as commander of the new branch said that the creation of the Space Force is...
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Death On Mars

The martian radiation environment is a problem for human explorers that cannot be overstated -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Nasa's Mars Rover Curiosity Had An Attitude Problem. (but It's Fine Now.)

An attitude problem sidelined NASA's Mars rover Curiosity recently, but the robot's handlers whipped it back into shape in short order.
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This Is Probably Sandstone Layers On Mars. Absolutely Beautiful

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has been in orbit around Mars for almost 14 years. It carries a variety of instruments with it, including the Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars (CRISM) instrument. That instrument has...
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Nasa’s Curiosity Rover Freezes Up On Mars Due To Glitch

NASA's Curiosity rover lost its attitude on Monday, Jan. 20. (Photo Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech) NASA’s Curiosity rover is not moving right now for a good reason… A Curiosity mission update revealed that the Mars rover lost...
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To Infinity And Beyond: Interstellar Lab Unveils Space-inspired Village For Future Mars Settlement

Inspired by the desire to improve life on Earth and to settle on Mars in future, the team of Interstellar Lab has combined architecture, engineering, product design and science to create closed-loop villages with regenerative life support...
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Mars’ Water Was Mineral-rich And Salty

New study finds surface waters on early Mars may have been habitable for microbial life Tokyo Institute of Technology Presently, Earth is the only known location where life exists in the Universe. This year the Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to...
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Nasa Wants Your Help To Choose The Name Of Its Next Mars Rover

2020 is going to be an important year for NASA. The US-based space agency has a very important space mission planned for this year which is currently known as ‘Mars 2020 rover mission’. In a recent student naming contest, NASA has chosen...
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Elon Musk Can Have Spacex. We'll Visit The Iss With Lego.

Elon Musk is determined to get humans into space (and eventually Mars) on his SpaceX rockets — and ASAP.  But, in the meantime, the space travel company CEO should look into LEGO's latest play set, the International Space Station, to...
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Sensoria Program Sends An All-female Crew On A Mission To ‘mars’

An all-women crew finished a two-week stint in a Mars habitat simulator as part of the Sensoria Space Program.
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Nasa Wants Your Help Naming Its Mars 2020 Rover

School-age children from across the nation submitted essays proposing names for the upcoming rover mission.
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Curiosity Looked Up And Saw Phobos During The Daytime

This image of Phobos in the sky above Mars was taken by Curiosity in 2012 and was recently refurbished by famed NASA software engineer Kevin Gill. The post Curiosity Looked up and Saw Phobos During the Daytime appeared first on Universe Today.
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Mars' Water Was Mineral-rich And Salty

Presently, Earth is the only known location where life exists in the Universe. This year the Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to three astronomers who proved, almost 20 years ago, that planets are common around stars beyond the solar system.
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Astronomers Find Exceptionally Rare Asteroid Entirely Inside Venus’ Orbit

While most asteroids are typically located in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, the astronomers found a rather unique one, moving around Venus.
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Russian Scientists Propose Manned Base On Martian Moon To Control Robots Remotely On Red Planet

Academics believe a Martian moon base would be considerably cheaper to build than a base on the planet itself, while providing for the real-time control of robots stationed on Mars’ surface.
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Excited For Space In 2020? Join An Ama With Editor-in-chief Tariq Malik In Our Space.com Forums!

From new spacecraft launches to ambitious cars on Mars, there's a lot of space exploration set for 2020. Join Space.com Editor-in-Chief Tariq Malik this week for an AMA on the year's most anticipated space missions.
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Nasa Watched The Ice In This Mars Crater Dance Over A Dozen Years - Cnet

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captures a beautiful view of a shifting Martian landscape over time.
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Astronomers Find An Oddball Asteroid Entirely Inside The Orbit Of Venus

Enlarge / The Zwicky Transient Facility at Palomar Observatory in California. (credit: Caltech Optical Observatories) Astronomers have found nearly 1 million asteroids in our Solar System, with the vast majority located in the asteroid belt...
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Women-only Crew Of Six Astronauts Completes “analog” Mars Mission In Hawaii And Just...

A women-only crew of six astronauts has made history today by completing an “analog” mars mission in Hawaii. on January 4, 2020, six scientists embarked on their first mission and have now ‘returned to earth’ after spending...
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See The Moon, Mars And Antares Form A Triangle In Monday's Predawn Sky

The waning crescent moon will form a triangle with the Red Planet and the bright star Antares in the morning sky on Monday (Jan. 20), and you can catch the trio in the morning sky before dawn.
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