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NASA's Mars helicopter performs flight tests

WASHINGTON: NASA's Mars helicopter, designed for use in a thin atmosphere and low gravity, has successfully completed its flight testing and is ready for the journey to the Red Planet, which is scheduled to launch in 2020, the US Space Agency said. The helicopter weighing no more than 1.8 kilograms is a technological demonstration project currently undergoing the rigorous verification …

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NASA's Cassini Spacecraft reveals secrets of Saturn's miniature ravioli moons

Data collected by NASA's Cassini probe as they made a close flyby to Saturn in the final days of their mission revealed new details on the planet's nearby mini-ravioli moons. Saturn's rings have strange surfaces covered with material from Saturn's iconic rings and particles of ice that, according to NASA, are blasted from Saturn's larger moon Enceladus. They also have …

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NASA's All-Female Spacewalk has been canceled because there is no suit aboard

March is National Women's History Month, and to commemorate, the National Aerospace Agency had planned a space walk for women on Friday, March 29. The Mission: Two female astronauts, Anne McClain and Christina Koch, stepping into space together to supply the International Space Station solar panels with batteries – without a man at their side. But Monday brought bad news …

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NASA's Mars helicopter completes flight tests

The Wright brothers first came to Kill's heaven Devil Hill, North Carolina, December 17, 1903, the first flights were important Milestones in the life of a vehicle designed for air travel. After all, it is One thing to design an airplane and fly on paper – or computer. It is quite different to put all the pieces and watch them …

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The flow of data from NASA's TESS mission leads to the discovery of a Saturn-sized planet

In this illustration, a "hot Saturn" happens in front of its host star. Astronomers who studied stars used "starquakes" to characterize the star, which provided important information about the planet. Picture credits: Gabriel Perez Diaz, Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias Astronomers studying stars are a valuable aid to the Planet Hunt astronomers, who are following the main objective of NASA's …

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NASA's Curiosity rover spots a bed of Earth-like pebbles – BGR

NASA's trusty rovers and you'll see some pretty stunning stuff, you can almost always tell me when you see them see one. The sky is almost always a hazy orange, and the wind looks and devoid of recognizable features. One of the latest images sent back by the Curiosity rover does away with that "NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has acquired …

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A poorly fitting space suit picks up NASA's first all-female spaceflight

This week was to be a historic spacewalk, with women operating outside the ISS for the first time ever. News of the event was announced earlier this month when an air traffic controller tweeted about the schedule, but NASA at the time stated that "tasks and schedules could always change." Well, that's what happened because the second of three planned …

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