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NASA's InSight Lander captures a shadowy eclipse on Mars

The InSight Lander examines the vital functions of Mars. NASA / JPL-Caltech The InSight of NASA has its Mars plate full which employs Lander's Seismometer and tries to find out why the heat probe has difficulty digging. But there was still time for sightseeing when it documented a solar eclipse. The InSight team posted a GIF of the solar eclipse …

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NASA has a problem – the Mars InSight Lander has stopped digging

NASA's InSight Lander deploy its heat and physical properties package (HP3) on the Martian surface on February 12, 2019. (Source: NASA / JPL-Caltech / DLR) Houston, we have a problem. NASA said on Tuesday that the Mars InSight lander has encountered some problems and has stopped digging, probably due to a rockfall or gravel. The space agency said the heat …

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InSight Mars Lander of NASA got stuck in a hard place between a rock

NASA's InSight Lander placed its heat probe, the Heat and Physical Properties Package (HP3), on Mars' surface on February 12, 2019. NASA / JPL-Caltech / DLR The hammer time seems to be over. NASA's InSight Lander, currently responsible for the Red Planet, has found its first hook. The lander has taken pictures and investigate Mars since November 26, 2018 and …

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Israel's Moon Lander has just been photographed from Earth

Earth Selfie Israel's lunar explorer Beresheet has just snapped an impressive selfie – with a distant planet Earth in the background. SpaceIL, a private Israeli space company that launched the lander last week, unveiled the photo on Twitter this morning. The image was taken 23,363 miles (37,600 km) from Earth. At a distance of 37,600 km from Earth #Beresheet 's …

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The Soviet Lander of Venus did not crash on earth

Cosmos 482 was bound to the surface of Venus. NASA The Soviet spacecraft Kosmos 482 was designed to survive the crushing atmosphere of Venus, but after its launch in 1972 it could not escape Earth's gravity. Parts of the vehicle burned when they entered the atmosphere of our own planet a little later. A big guy still seems to be …

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"Mole" at InSight Mars Lander begins to dig, but walking is hard

The "Mole" aboard NASA InSight Mars Lander encountered harsh resistance on its first subterranean stay under the surface of the Red Planet. In an important mission milestone, InSight's Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package (HP3) is an instrument first dug into the ground on February 28th. After four hundred hammer blows over four hours, the instrument seemed to be between …

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Days after a malfunction, the Israeli Moon Lander performs the maneuver

Israel's first mission to the moon appeared to be on track again on Thursday after a disruption at the beginning of the week that forced the suspension of a scheduled maneuver. On Thursday, SpaceIL, the Israeli private company that unmanned the Beresheet-designed Mondlander spacecraft, announced that the ship had successfully completed its latest maneuver at 21:30 Israeli time. The Beresheet …

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Beresheet Lander coming to the Moon encounters Ctrl-Alt-Erase

Little Lander Beresheet hopes to make history this year in various ways. SpaceIL The first commercial lander that sailed to the surface of the moon suffered a hiccup on early Tuesday. The Israeli nonprofit SpaceILs Beresheet spacecraft was supposed to run a motor burner to lift its elliptical orbit around the earth, but instead the computer has unexpectedly readjusted itself. …

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SpaceX launches the first private lunar lander for Israel

The organization had the most advanced project among the finalists, but still could not meet a deadline. While the contest ended without a winner, SpaceIL obviously still found a way to give his creation what he intended. The group will not win $ 20 million, even if their lander meets Google's original requirements. These include the ability to travel up …

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How Israel's Moon Lander got to the Launchpad

The United States and the former Soviet Union launched from 1966 on the lunar robotic lander, which were part of the space race that ended with the Apollo 11 astronauts who stepped on the moon in 1969 to send a spaceship to the moon, and this year it was the first to land on the other side of the moon. …

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