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ArianeGroup and PTScientists to study lunar lander mission for ESA

WASHINGTON – The European Space Agency has published a Google Lunar X Prize competitor to study a concept for a lunar regolith. ArianeGroup announced Jan. Lunar regolith and extract resources, such as oxygen, from it. The purpose of the mission is to demonstrate the ability to mine The Ariane 6 with four strap-on boosters. PTScientists, Lunar X Prize competition for …

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Lunar Lander arrives in Florida before the launch of SpaceX Falcon 9

A unique spacecraft scheduled to launch as a secondary payload on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket next month, completed the first leg of its quarter-million-mile trip this week as it traveled from Israel to Florida. SpaceIL and Israel spacecraft Aerospace Industries: The lunar surface. The 400-pound lander (1,300 pounds) was shipped in a temperature-controlled container and delivered to Orlando International …

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China's Moon Lander sprouted a plant, but now it's dead

A cotton seedling that grows in a habitat of the biosphere. CNSA / Chongqing University On the other side of the moon, a miniature garden once grew. The China National Space Agency's Chang & # 4; Lander explores the mysterious side of our moon neighbor who faces the earth. There were also some unusual guests on board, and one for …

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On the other side of the moon, Chinese cottonseeds of the Moon Lander awaken

Cottonseeds, which are carried by China's Chang'e-4-Lunar Lander, germinate on the other side of the moon and are the first shoots to grow there, where the mission chiefs said they laid the foundation for a base the only natural satellite on earth. A photo released Tuesday by the Chinese National Space Agency showed that cotton shoots grew well with other …

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InSight Lander is about to collect data next month

The SEIS instrument rests on the Martian instrument. Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech The US government may be in partial shutdown mode, but configuration operations are critical to NASA's InSight mission on Mars already in sight schedule – and things are floating, as evidenced by the latest mission update. Our last update of the InSight mission came on December 20 after …

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The world's first private lunar lander carries an Israeli time capsule

The first private moon mission is expected to launch in February 2019, carrying some special Israeli cargo to the lunar surface. The nonprofit SpaceIL and state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), which manufactured the spacecraft, announced on Monday (December 17) that the Beresheet lunar vessel will carry a digital time capsule to an Israeli citizen memorabilia. SpaceIL's mission to the moon …

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NASA's Insight Lander takes its first selfie from the surface of Mars

NASA's lander InSight touched down on the Martian surface November 26 after hurling through space for six months. It's been capturing photos – and even sounds – of the alien planet, but has finally taken a decent shot of itself. NASA posted a photo to Twitter Wednesday evening showing InSight's first selfie from Mars. "The spacecraft uses a camera on …

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Mars InSight Lander in first images from outer space

On the 26th of November NASA's InSight mission knew that the spacecraft landed within 81 miles (130 kilometers long) landing ellipse on Mars. Now the team has determined exactly The exact location of InSight uses images from HiRISE, a powerful camera on board another NASA spacecraft, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). The InSight Lander, his heat shield and parachute were discovered …

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