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Mon, Mar 30, 2020

NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover Takes A New Selfie Before Record Climb

Image Is A 360-Degree Panorama Stitched Together From 86 Images Relayed To Earth

NASA's Curiosity Mars rover recently set a record for the steepest terrain it's ever climbed, cresting the "Greenheugh Pediment," a broad sheet of rock that sits atop a hill. And before doing that, the rover took a selfie, capturing the scene just below Greenheugh.

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Sun, Mar 29, 2020

NASA Seeks Data From SpaceX Rocket Motor Failure

Anomaly Occurred During The Company's March 18 Launch

NASA has asked SpaceX for information concerning the failure of an engine on a Falcon 9 rocket March 18th that may delay the company's first manned mission, which is planned for sometime in May.

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Sun, Mar 29, 2020

Solar Energy Tracker Powers Down After 17 Years

SORCE Studied The Sun For Nearly Two Decades

After nearly two decades, the Sun has set for NASA’s Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SORCE), a mission that continued and advanced the agency’s 40-year record of measuring solar irradiance and studying its influence on Earth’s climate.

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Sat, Mar 28, 2020

ESA Scales Down Science Mission Operations Amid Pandemic

Reducing On-Site Personnel At Its Mission Control Center In Darmstadt, Germany

In response to the escalating coronavirus pandemic, ESA has decided to further reduce on-site personnel at its mission control center in Darmstadt, Germany.

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Sat, Mar 28, 2020

Lunar Gateway: Earth's Guard Post Against Asteroids?

ESA-Backed Research Studies Feasibility As A Deployment Point For Planetary Defense Missions

Humankind’s next space outpost, the lunar Gateway, will serve as a staging point to reach the surface of the Moon. A new ESA-backed study is considering whether it could also be used as a deployment point for planetary defence missions, to intercept asteroids approaching dangerously close to Earth.

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