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NASA's 2020 Mars Rover Gets Its 1st Wheels, and a Mast, Too (Ahoy!)

NASA's next Mars rover is really starting to come together. Engineers at the agency's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California have installed the headlike mast on the Mars 2020 rover which The robot now has a suspension system and a set of wheels, both of which were put on Thursday (June 13). The suspension system is permanent, but the …

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NASA's sharpener telescope refuses to die – BGR

The NASA Spitzer Space Telescope is nearing the end of an incredible journey. The spaceship has been looking deep into space for well over a decade and a half and has exceeded its originally planned mission time by more than 11 years. During this time, some incredible discoveries have been made and scientists have been given new insights into the …

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NASA's headquarters is now on the Hidden Figures Way

Not anymore. Now you are reminded of what the women did before you moved to NASA headquarters. This is because the street on which the building is located has been renamed Hidden Figures Way. The new name honors the work of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson, the so-called "human computers" who have done complex calculations that made space …

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NASA's Psyche Mission targets a metal world

Designed to be a Metal asteroid, which could be the heart of a planet, is the psyche mission Preparing for launch in 2022. Following in-depth testing, NASA's headquarters were located in Washington has approved the mission to begin final design and manufacturing Phase, also called phase C. At this stage, the psyche team completes the system Design, develops detailed plans …

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A Space Travel Industry May Leave NASA's Astronauts Behind – Axios

However, when the private industry takes targets for manned spacecraft in near-Earth orbit and gives up the funding and political support of NASA missions to the Moon or Mars, it may not make sense to have a government-sponsored one To have people at all Space program. The News reads: On Friday, NASA announced it was creating a market for private …

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NASA's first SpaceX astronaut shrugs in Houston

HOUSTON – The first US astronauts selected to fly aboard a NASA-built SpaceX capsule shrugged, saying such setbacks were "part of the process," and the new technology was far more advanced than the space shuttle program that ended eight years ago. Space shuttle veterans Bob Behnken (48) and Doug Hurley (52) are expected to travel to Cape Town from Cape …

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NASA's Mars Helicopter Testing enters its final phase

NASA The demonstration project for the Mars helicopter flight has passed a number of important tests flying colors. In 2021, the small, autonomous helicopter will be the first Vehicle in the story to try to determine the viability of heavier than aircraft flying on another planet. "No one built a Mars helicopter, so we are constantly breaking new ground. " …

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