Mars

Elon Musk Makes Good On Promise To Create T-shirts Backing His Idea To Nuke Mars

Elon Musk has created two T-shirts supporting his idea to drop nuclear bombs on Mars. Musk dusted off his theory on nuking Mars on Friday, which he hopes will make the surface of the red planet habitable for humans. The science of nuking Mars isn't...
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That Time Nasa Over-analzyed The Value Of Legos

"Have you ever seen LEGO bricks float? Now is your chance! Watch former NASA Astronaut Mike Massimino unbox and build LEGO sets in zero gravity! Get inspired to join the greatest adventure ever as we work together to put an astronaut on Mars! Let's...
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Elon Musk Just Doubled Down On His Theory On Why Nuking Mars Would Be A Good Idea

Elon Musk tweeted "Nuke Mars" on Thursday. Musk has championed the idea of launching nuclear weapons just over Mars' poles since 2015. He believes it will help warm the planet and make it more hospitable for human life. The idea is to release the...
Related topics: Space, Carbon Dioxide

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Robotic Toolkit Added To Nasa's Mars 2020 Rover

The bit carousel—a mechanism that will play a key role in the acquisition, containment and eventual return to Earth of humanity's first samples from another planet—has been incorporated into NASA's Mars 2020 rover.
Related topics: Robots, NASA, Mars Rover Curiosity, Space

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Exomars Fails Another Parachute Test, Threatening 2020 Mission

Most Mars landers or rovers use parachutes as part of their landing procedure, but Mars’ thin atmosphere makes even this low-tech approach a perilous one. (Credit: ESA/ATG medialab) ExoMars is a planned mission to Mars set to launch in the...
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How Spacex's Starship Will Help Establish A Mars Base

As NASA works toward its long-term goal of establishing a human settlement on Mars, SpaceX is fleshing out its plans to help NASA make that dream a reality.
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Amazon’s New Facial Recognition Smells Your Fear

Jeff Bezos at the annual Mars Conference. (Photo Credit: Mars Conference) We hope you had a good Prime Day because it’s getting pretty tough to be jazzed about a fake holiday created solely to benefit a company as increasingly...
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This Gorgeous Mars Dust Devil Twirled For A Nasa Camera - Cnet

Windy, dusty Mars put on a show for NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
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Methane On Mars Isn't Being Released By Wind Erosion

One small piece of the Mars methane mystery may have just been solved.
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3d Printing With Moondust Could Be The Key To Setting Up A Colony On The Moon

1The entire Apollo 11 mission to the moon took just eight days. If we ever want to build permanent bases on the moon, or perhaps even Mars or beyond, then future astronauts will have to spend many more days, months and maybe even years in space...
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Esa’s Mars Mission Hits Snag After Second Parachute Test Failure

Sending a spacecraft to Mars is no easy feat, but landing it on the Red Planet without making a crater is equally challenging. The European Space Agency knows that all too well, and a recent parachute test has raised serious questions about whether...
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Exomars 2020 Mission Suffers Second Parachute Test Failure

The European-Russian ExoMars mission to send a rover (pictured above) to the surface of Mars faced another setback when parachutes for the lander mission failed a second test. (Photo Credit: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images) The project that...
Related topics: Mars Rover Curiosity, Space, Science Photos

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Nasa Wants Your Help Developing Autonomous Robots To Explore Other Worlds

NASA is asking for the public's help to create the robots which could one day explore the moon, Mars, and beyond. It has launched the second phase of its Space Robotics Challenge to develop autonomous functionalities of the robots.
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Mars Methane Not Released By Wind Says Scientists

Scientists from all around the world are studying Mars trying to determine if there may have been life on the Red Planet in the past, or if some sort of microbial life might still exist on the planet. One of the things that the scientists have been...
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Spacex's Starship Prototype Could Make Its Biggest Hop Yet This Weekend

SpaceX aims to get Starhopper, an early test prototype of the company's Mars-colonizing Starship vehicle, about 650 feet (200 meters) off the ground this weekend, SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk said.
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Nuclear Reactor For Mars Outpost Could Be Ready To Fly By 2022

A new type of nuclear reactor designed to power crewed outposts on the moon and Mars could be ready for its first in-space trial just a few years from now, project team members said.
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Methane Not Released By Wind On Mars, Experts Find

Wind erosion has been ruled out as the primary cause of methane gas release on Mars, Newcastle University academics have shown.
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Nasa Calls On Students To Submit Proposals For Moon And Mars Missions

The 2020 RASC-AL competition is now open for submissions from undergraduate and graduate students.
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This 29-year-old Ceo Is The Youngest Member Of The Us Space Council. Here’s How He Raised $45...

Tim Ellis is the CEO of Relativity Space, a company that 3D prints rockets with the objective of going to Mars.  Relativity owns what it says is the largest metal 3D printer in the world and has raised $45 million in venture-capital funding in...
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Discovery Deep Under Dead Sea Gives Hope For Finding Traces Of Life On Mars

The saline waters of the legendary lake in the Middle East can be rated as one of the environments most unfit for life in the world. However, even there, without any carbon or oxygen, microorganisms might have found a way to survive by scavenging...
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