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See how the NASA Curiosity Rover digs like a dog in the Martian sand

This impressive track is part of the scientific mission of Curiosity on Mars. NASA / JPL-Caltech It does not matter if you're a machine on a distant planet. Sometimes you just feel compelled to play in the sand. The NASA Curiosity Rover created this beautiful track on October 14th. The Rover can not build sandcastles, but he can use his …

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Space Photos of the Week: The Curiosity Rover is a salty dog

The NASA rover Curiosity landed on Mars in August 2012. Since then he has been cruising around, shooting lasers at rocks, drilling into the ground and conducting scientific experiments. Just last week it became known that Curiosity had found something salty. The Rover drives over the Gale Crater, an ancient Marseebett that was once filled with water and has sulphate …

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NASA tests the Sky Crane Landing Tech of Mars 2020 Rover

NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Mission has marked another milestone with a successful separation test of the descent stage, bringing the six-wheeled robot to the surface of the Red Planet. On September 28, at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, a crane was deployed to lift off the large rocket-propelled sink from the rover. It was an all-day affair …

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Mars Curiosity Rover finds evidence of an ancient oasis on Mars – TechCrunch

On his last hike through the Gale Crater on Mars the Curiosity Rover has discovered evidence that leads the way. Scientists suspect that there was an oasis at the foot of the 150-kilometer-wide crater. Curious scientists described the scene in an article in "Nature Geoscience" published earlier this week. Researchers analyzing data from the rover extrapolate the data that rocks …

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Mars 2020 Rover tests separation in descent stage

In this image from September 28, 2019, engineers and technicians working on the assembly and testing of the Mars 2020 spacecraft watch a crane lift off the rocket-powered sink from the Rover. They have just completed a successful separation test at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, "said Ryan van Schilifgaarde, a support engineer for the assembly of Mars …

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The Japanese space probe Hayabusa2 has just shot a tiny rover on the asteroid Ryugu

MINERVA-II2, captured immediately after separation. JAXA The Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 has been hunting down the near-Earth asteroid Ryugu since its launch in December 2014 and is approaching space rock. During the chase, it has deployed two rovers on Ryugu's surface and blasted a hole in Ryugu's surface to collect samples with a tiny cannonball . His new mission feels like …

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The Japanese space probe Hayabusa2 has just shot a tiny rover on the asteroid Ryugu

MINERVA-II2, captured immediately after separation. JAXA The Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 has been hunting down the near-Earth asteroid Ryugu since its launch in December 2014 and is approaching space rock. During the chase, it has deployed two rovers on Ryugu's surface and blasted a hole in Ryugu's surface to collect samples with a tiny cannonball . His new mission feels like …

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