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A Martian Dust Devil Sweeps Right Over NASA's InSight Lander

NASA's InSight Lander with a thin coating of reddish dust on the solar panels. Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech The InSight lander seems to have been hit by one of Mars' famous dust devils, but do not worry – the NASA probe is just fine. If anything, the sudden blast of wind helped to clear some annoying dust that has been …

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InSight mission catches Martian sunrise and sunset

InSight's seismometer recorded a "marsquake" for the first time on April 6, 2019. A photo of a preserved river channel on Mars, taken by an orbiting satellite, with color overlaid to show different elevations. Blue is low and yellow is high. NASA has been exploring Mars since 1965. Here are some of the best moments captured by Mars missions over …

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Water on Mars: DISCOVERY of active groundwater on the Martian surface Science | news

Water on Mars could be active near the dusty planet, according to researchers at the University of Southern California (USC), USA. The unbelievable claim was made after a comprehensive study of potential groundwater sources outside the South Pole of Mars. In mid-2018, a research carried out in collaboration with the Italian Space Agency revealed that Marwasser is among the southern …

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ESA / Roscosmos spacecraft sends its first photos of the Martian surface

Tech 23:34 16.03.2019 (updated 01:13 17.03.2019) Receive short URL The orbiter is commissioned with the investigation of methane sources on Mars a product of biological To be activity on the red planet. The spacecraft Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO), jointly developed by the European Space Agency / Roscosmos, has returned its first photos of the Martian surface. Among the photos taken …

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The NASA rover may have visited the ancient Martian Sea in 1997

15th March (UPI) – A new analysis from data collected two decades ago indicates that NASA's Pathfinder mission in 1997 visited the edges of an ancient Martian sea. NASA's Pathfinder mission, NASA's first Mars rover mission, was conducted Inspired by photographs of the agency's Mariner 9 spacecraft. The probe images revealed extensive canals that had struck scientists about 3.4 billion …

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In 1997 NASA's Pathfinder mission unconsciously landed near the shores of an ancient Martian sea

The Pathfinder spacecraft and the Sojourner rover examining a large rock. Image: NASA Nearly 25 years ago, the Pathfinder spacecraft investigated a suspected flood area on Mars. Unknown to NASA back then, the waters that carved the landing pad of Pathfinder from a previously undocumented inland sea long ago prove new research. A new paper published in Scientific Reports finally …

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NASA says this strange "brain terrain" is a Martian riddle

NASA has shared a new Mars image, but instead of showing the dusty orange landscape of the Red Planet, we are greeted with far more unusual moments: "brain terrain." Scientists gave this mysterious surface its nickname due to its texture resembling the color and folds of a brain. The space agency has provided a high-resolution version of the image for …

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