Category: mars

The Mars InSight lander is on track to launch in May

The Mars InSight lander is on track to launch in May
The InSight (Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport) lander has passed its last major environmental test ahead
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Dark streaks on Mars may not be caused by flowing water

Dark streaks on Mars may not be caused by flowing water
In 2015, scientists analyzing mysterious dark streaks on the surface of Mars found evidence that they were formed by liquid
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NASA insists its Mars rocket will still launch in 2019

NASA insists its Mars rocket will still launch in 2019
NASA is aiming to launch its deep space-bound Space Launch System (SLS) in December 2019, even though a review has
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Mars 2020 rover will observe the red planet with 23 eyes

Mars 2020 rover will observe the red planet with 23 eyes
The Mars 2020 rover will be able to show us more of the red planet than any of its predecessors
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Living in space has drastic, negative effects on the brain

Living in space has drastic, negative effects on the brain
Ever since we started seriously thinking about sending humans into space, the question that has immediately followed is, "What will
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Getting to and living on Mars will be hell on your body

Getting to and living on Mars will be hell on your body
While NASA and SpaceX figure out how to get to Mars, they're also thinking about how the 200-day journey and
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Explore (most of) the solar system in Google Maps

Explore (most of) the solar system in Google Maps
Google first added the moon and Mars to Google Maps back in 2014 to commemorate the Curiosity rover's second year
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Vice President Pence promises US astronauts will return to the moon

Vice President Pence promises US astronauts will return to the moon
NASA has been talking a big game about Mars for awhile now, but there's been a lingering question of how
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After Math: Fly me to the Moon (and then on to Mars)

After Math: Fly me to the Moon (and then on to Mars)
This was a stellar week for space exploration. Elon Musk showed off a new rocket and announced plans to colonize
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