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Isro's Mars mission completes 6 months...
03/24/2015
Isro's Mars mission completes 6 months

Isro's Mars mission completes 6 months...

Isro's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) completed six months on Monday, the time that the mission was expected to last since its placement in the Martian orbit on September 24, 2014.

SpaceX says boosting output, on track for 13 rocket launches this year...
03/17/2015
SpaceX says boosting output, on track for 13 rocket launches this year

SpaceX says boosting output, on track for 13 rocket launches this year...

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Space Exploration Technologies, or SpaceX, is rapidly increasing production of the engines that power its Falcon 9 rocket and expects to meet its target of 13 launches and two test

Augmented-Reality Glasses En Route To NASA Astronauts...
03/16/2015
Augmented-Reality Glasses En Route To NASA Astronauts

Augmented-Reality Glasses En Route To NASA Astronauts...

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has teamed up with San Francisco's Osterhout Design Group in order to create an augmented-reality system for astronauts which will allow mis...

SpaceX prepping for construction...
03/16/2015
SpaceX prepping for construction

SpaceX prepping for construction...

Elon Musk’s plans to develop the world’s first commercial and vertical orbital launch complex at BocaChicaBeach in CameronCounty are heightening with the near completion of its design and continuing land purchases.

UA Scientists Fly Kites on Earth to Study Mars...
03/16/2015
UA Scientists Fly Kites on Earth to Study Mars

UA Scientists Fly Kites on Earth to Study Mars...

Scientists of the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory have taken to kites that they fly above lava flows blanketing the Hawaiian landscape to unravel the past mysteries that shaped Mars. A kite, equipped with off-the-shelf instruments such as a camera, a GPS, and orientation senso…

One giant leap for...inflatable space houses...
03/13/2015
One giant leap for...inflatable space houses

One giant leap for...inflatable space houses...

Robert Bigelow has spent $275 million of his own fortune researching, building, and testing expandable living areas for outer space.

Kim Stanley Robinson Says Colonizing Mars Won't Be As Easy As He Thought...
03/13/2015
Kim Stanley Robinson Says Colonizing Mars Won't Be As Easy As He Thought

Kim Stanley Robinson Says Colonizing Mars Won't Be As Easy As He Thought...

Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars trilogy filled us all with hope that we could terraform Mars in the 21st century, with its plausible description of terraforming processes. But now, in the face of what we've learned about Mars in the past 20 years, he no longer thinks it'll be that easy.

A Traveler's Guide to the Planets: Mars...
03/13/2015
A Traveler's Guide to the Planets: Mars

A Traveler's Guide to the Planets: Mars...

NGC's ultimate travel guide to the solar system. Learn what to pack, which planet has the best sights and where to park the rover. State-of-the-art animation takes you up close and personal with these distant worlds.

Bigelow to host media event to preview BEAM...
03/10/2015
BIgelow to host media event to preview BEAM

Bigelow to host media event to preview BEAM...

The BEAM will be launched to the International Space Station (ISS) later in 2015 aboard CRS-8, the eighth SpaceX resupply mission.

NASA gives Approval for Extension of Supplier Contracts...
03/09/2015
NASA gives Approval for Extension of Supplier Contracts | Perfect Science

NASA gives Approval for Extension of Supplier Contracts...

The American space agency NASA has given approval for the extension of supplier contracts in order to keep the International Space Station completely operational through 2017. As per the plan, four launches have been added to the space station's delivery roster. One of the launches will be from the…

NASA Finds Likely Source of Mars Rover Curiosity's Short Circuit...
03/09/2015
NASA Finds Likely Source of Mars Rover Curiosity's Short Circuit

NASA Finds Likely Source of Mars Rover Curiosity's Short Circuit...

The short circuit that has stalled some of the science work by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity apparently originated in the robot's rock-boring drill, mission team members say. Those diagnostic tests have been productive, Curiosity Project Manager Jim Erickson, of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pas…

03/09/2015
The evolution of water on Mars

The evolution of water on Mars...

NASA researchers used powerful ground-based infrared telescopes to examine how water reservoirs on Mars might have evolved over time.

NASA orders missions to resupply space station in 2017...
03/08/2015
NASA orders missions to resupply space station in 2017 | Spaceflight Now

NASA orders missions to resupply space station in 2017...

NASA orders missions to resupply space station in 2017 Posted on March 7, 2015 by Stephen Clark Tweet A SpaceX Dragon spacecraft approaches the International Space Station in September 2014. Credit: NASA NASA has ordered four additional launches to deliver cargo to the International Space Station in…

Rover Opportunity Has Found Some Odd Mars Rocks...
03/07/2015
Rover Opportunity Has Found Some Odd Mars Rocks : DNews

Rover Opportunity Has Found Some Odd Mars Rocks...

Veteran Mars rover Opportunity is on the verge of completing a marathon on Mars, but before it crosses the imaginary finishing line at Marathon Valley, the plucky six-wheeled robot has found some odd rocks that require further investigation.

Have you ever used a camera on board an interplanetary spacecraft?
03/07/2015
Have you ever used a camera on board an interplanetary spacecraft?

Have you ever used a camera on board an interplanetary spacecraft?

In May, the ‘webcam’ on board Mars Express will be available for public imaging requests. We’re inviting schools, science clubs and youth groups to submit proposals for one of eight opportunities to image another planet.

A Waste Of Space...
03/07/2015
A Waste Of Space [COMMENTARY]

A Waste Of Space...

NASA’s new space station mission is not a big step towards Mars, but mostly a holding pattern.  

SpaceX...NASA...the reason why Neil deGrasse Tyson thinks no one will back Mars One. So head on over to SpaceX Club at c...
03/06/2015
Here's why Neil deGrasse Tyson thinks no one will back Mars One

SpaceX...NASA...the reason why Neil deGrasse Tyson thinks no one will back Mars One. So head on over to SpaceX Club at clubspaceX.com ...or you can wait for experts to tell you what we already know.

Private companies don't lead the way when the stakes are this high.

The Night Mars Was Closest to Earth...
03/06/2015
The Night Mars Was Closest to Earth

The Night Mars Was Closest to Earth...

Editor's note: On August 27, 2003 Mars was closer to Earth than at any time in human history. Author Andrew Chaikin asked Universe Today to tell the story of how he was fortunate enough to enjoy th...

Crunch time: Next Mars lander enters final year before launch...
03/05/2015
Crunch time: Next Mars lander enters final year before launch | Spaceflight Now

Crunch time: Next Mars lander enters final year before launch...

Crunch time: Next Mars lander enters final year before launch Posted on March 4, 2015 by Stephen Clark Tweet Artist’s concept of the InSight lander on Mars. Credit: NASA Wednesday marked one year until the launch of a NASA seismic station to Mars, and scientists believe they have found suitable oper…

SpaceX Profitable as Musk Pulls In NASA Contracts, Google Cash...
03/04/2015
SpaceX Profitable as Musk Pulls In NASA Contracts, Google Cash

SpaceX Profitable as Musk Pulls In NASA Contracts, Google Cash...

Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

SpaceX unveils autonomous drone ship for landing reusable rockets...
03/03/2015
SpaceX unveils autonomous drone ship for landing reusable rockets | Customs Today Newspaper

SpaceX unveils autonomous drone ship for landing reusable rockets...

WASHINGTON: The deck barge Marmac 300 (CG No. 1063184) was built in 1998 by Gulf Coast Fabrication in Pearlington, Mississippi for McDonough Marine Service, a tug and barge company based in Metairie, Louisiana. As built, it was 288 feet in length, with a 100 foot beam and a depth of almost 20 feet.…

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