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ESA’s Mars categorical artificial satellite Spots Elongated Cloud in Martian AtmosphereESA’s Mars categorical artificial satellite Spots Elongated Cloud in Martian Atmosphere


Since Sept thirteen, 2018, ESA’s Mars categorical ballistic capsule has been observant the evolution of a water ice cloud formation

Chandra Operations Resume when reason for Safe Mode knownChandra Operations Resume when reason for Safe Mode known


Oct. twenty three Update: Our Chandra X-ray Observatory has came back to science operations. The observatory is specially designed to

News Release on Comet Research: August-2018News Release on Comet Research: August-2018


Citizen Scientist Spots Comet Tails Streaking Past Distant Star Citizen somebody Thomas Jacobs was the primary to identify tell-tale signs

World’s first wind-mapping satellite set to launchWorld’s first wind-mapping satellite set to launch


A satellite that will be the first to comprehensively monitor wind around the globe is finally ready to fly. After

Early opaque universe linked to galaxy scarcityEarly opaque universe linked to galaxy scarcity


A team of astronomers led by George Becker at the University of California, Riverside, has made a surprising discovery: 12.5

Printing the next generation of rocket enginesPrinting the next generation of rocket engines


New technologies, when first introduced, often get applied in traditional ways. For the last several years, aerospace companies have been

NASA Debuts Online Toolkit to Promote Commercial Use of Satellite DataNASA Debuts Online Toolkit to Promote Commercial Use of Satellite Data


While NASA’s policy of free and open remote-sensing data has long benefited the scientific community, other government agencies and nonprofit

THIS HIGH-TECH PLANETARIUM IS ON A NEW CRUISE SHIPTHIS HIGH-TECH PLANETARIUM IS ON A NEW CRUISE SHIP


Viking Orion, the newest Viking Ocean Cruise ship, made its debut in Italy on June 14, revealing a unique high-tech

Life – but not as we know itLife – but not as we know it


A series of missions to the moons of Jupiter and Saturn has revealed their potential to harbour life. Nina Notman

First global maps of Pluto and Charon show the worlds’ highs and lowsFirst global maps of Pluto and Charon show the worlds’ highs and lows


The first global maps of Pluto and its moon Charon are now available, putting a bookend on NASA’s New Horizons

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