Tuesday, 19 June 2018
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NASA’s Opportunity rover is stuck in a huge dust storm on Mars

Added: 19.06.2018 1:56 | 34 views | 0 comments

A dust storm bigger than North America has blown up on Mars, and it’s blocking out the sunlight that powers NASA’s ageing Opportunity rover. Is this its last gasp?

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Mars rover Curiosity takes selfie during brutal dust storm video

Added: 18.06.2018 19:59 | 16 views | 0 comments

Learn how the NASA rover takes such good selfies in the middle of the brutal Martian storm, while the other Mars rover, Opportunity, fights for its life.

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NASA’s Opportunity rover is stuck in a huge dust storm on Mars

Added: 18.06.2018 15:39 | 0 views | 0 comments

A dust storm bigger than North America has blown up on Mars, and it’s blocking out the sunlight that powers NASA’s ageing Opportunity rover. Is this its last gasp?

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Hubble Sees One Distant Cluster Galaxy, Three Supernovae

Added: 18.06.2018 13:23 | 20 views | 0 comments

Numerous fuzzy blobs and glowing shapes scattered across this image - taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope - make up RXC J0949.8+1707, a massive galaxy cluster located approximately 4 billion light-years away. Located to the upper right of the frame sits an especially beautiful and interesting member of RXC J0949.8+1707 - a barred spiral [...]

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Woman sues Nasa over ownership of moon dust vial

Added: 17.06.2018 22:36 | 4 views | 0 comments

A woman who says Neil Armstrong gifted her a vial of moon dust 46 years ago sues Nasa to keep it.

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New Footage From The Curiosity Rover Reveals Mysterious ‘Figure Spotted Moving’ On Mars, Claims Secureteam10

Added: 17.06.2018 0:54 | 48 views | 0 comments


NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover has recently released a new batch of photos taken from its current location in the Martian Gale Crater. The images were posted online by the in Pasadena, California, which designed and built the Mars rover and is now managing the robot's mission on the Red Planet.
The snapshots were taken by the rover's Front Hazcam on Sol 2080, or June 13, and reveal a bizarre blurred shape that appears to be moving on Mars, reports the .
The British news outlet cites the claims made by conspiracy theorists, who suggest that the mysterious object could be proof of life on Mars and that its perceived movement resembles that of an animal running across the red dirt on the planet's surface.
These allegations are being made particularly by the "Secureteam10" YouTube channel, which uploaded a video playing the Curiosity rover images side by side.

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Peggy Whitson, NASA's record-breaking astronaut, retires

Added: 16.06.2018 21:17 | 21 views | 0 comments

Fellow astronauts called Whitson a "space ninja."

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Planetary insights

Added: 16.06.2018 16:58 | 5 views | 0 comments

Illustrator and planetary scientist James Tuttle Keane explains the significance of Nasa's new mission.

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Earth Observatory / LPO arketekter

Added: 16.06.2018 3:00 | 3 views | 0 comments


Ny-Ålesund is a research town on the island of West Spitsbergen of Norwegian archipelago Svalbard. This is the northernmost settlement on Earth with a permanent population of 30-35 people, which increases in the summer to 120. was founded as a settlement of coal miners in 1917, but in the 1960s coal mining was discontinued and the town was converted into a research settlement. Currently, there are 16 research stations run by scientists from 10 countries. A new earth observation station established by the Norwegian Mapping Authority (Kartverket) and developing by NASA will be the seventeenth in this list.

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Astronaut Peggy Whitson retiring from NASA after record-setting career

Added: 15.06.2018 22:45 | 20 views | 0 comments

Record-setting NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson, who spent more time in space than any other American, officially retired from the agency on Friday.

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