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The NASA lander captures Marsquakes and other Martian sounds

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) – NASA's InSight Lander on Mars has captured the gentle rumble of Marsquakes and a symphony of other unworldly sounds. Scientists released audio sampling on Tuesday. The sounds had to be improved for people to hear. InSight Seismometer has detected more than 100 events, but only 21 are considered strong Marsquake candidates. The rest could be …

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Astronauts Make First Cement in Space to Support Future Martian Habitats

Concrete made in space could one day help people build habitats on the moon and Mars new research shows. Part of a recent investigation aboard the International Space Station, astronauts made in microgravity for the first time, showing that it can harden and develop in space. Concrete – a mixture of sand, rocks, gravel and a combination of water and …

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NASA catches a Martian avalanche in the act

The massive dust cloud can be seen in the top left corner. NASA / JPL / University of Arizona Good that you are on planet Earth. NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has discovered a massive ice avalanche on the red planet. On Tuesday, the University of Arizona team highlighted the event behind the orbiter's HiRise camera. "Every spring, the sun shines …

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Mars Satellite Spies Curious Rover exploring the rugged Martian Mountain

A satellite moving around Mars spotted a single machine, the Curiosity Rover, exploring rugged Marsland. The wagon-size rover, which has covered nearly 21 kilometers on Mars in the past seven years, is now cautiously sliding up the foot of Mount Sharp, a 3.5-mile mountain in the middle of the sprawling Gale crater. The rover was busy searching rock samples in …

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The search for life could lead to uncovering the secret behind the fluctuations in methane levels in the Martian atmosphere

Extraterrestrial life forms have always been a mystery to humans, but the real interest in this matter began only 15 years ago, when scientists in the Martian atmosphere found traces of methane, an organic molecule that is associated with the existence of many living things, too we people. The investigations into the analysis of the Martian atmosphere yielded different results …

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NASA publishes a new image of an impact crater on the Martian surface. It's different than everyone else

NASA has discovered a new impact crater on the surface of Mars, and scientists have published a picture of it showing some blue and purple. The impact revealed, according to HiRISE, the darker material under the planet's characteristic reddish dust camera site on which the image was published. Veronica Bray, HiRISE team member and scientist at the University of Arizona, …

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The new Martian Crater reveals mysterious darker material

Mars' Impact Crater Unveils Mysterious Material On the red planet Mars, a brand new impact crater was discovered, revealing a "darker material" beneath the reddish dust on the Martian surface, which was stunned by scientists. The crater is the result of an asteroid that has hit Mars at some point in the last three years. It is not clear when …

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The Star Trek "Starfleet" logo was discovered on the Martian surface

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has bravely moved over the last 13 years to where no one on Mars has ever been. It has captured some of the most detailed images of the Martian surface we've ever seen. Now it is a very famous looking landmark. The photo was first discovered by the camera crew of the MRO HiRISE (High-Resolution …

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Star Trek on Mars: NASA recognizes the Star Trek Starfleet logo on the Martian surface using the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter MRO

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has discovered an unusual symbol on the surface of Mars – the iconic "Star Trek" logo of Starfleet. The MRO has recorded a series of strange chevron symbols on a Mars Sand Dune in the southeastern Hellas-Planitia region. The MRO HiRISE Camera Team (High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment) at the University of Arizona highlighted the discovery …

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