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NASA's rover Curiosity completed a Lustrum

NASA’s rover Curiosity has successfully completed its Lustrum on red planet Mars. In the span of 5 years exploration Curiosity found out that the Mars had the right chemistry to support living microbes. 252 more words

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Large, Distant Comets More Common Than Previously Thought

NASA’s WISE spacecraft, scanning the entire sky at infrared wavelengths, has delivered new insights about distant cometary wanderers.

Comets that take more than 200 years to make one revolution around the Sun are notoriously difficult to study.

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Videos | What's Up - July 2017, NASA At Mars, and Three Years of NEOWISE Asteroid Data

Prepare for the August eclipse by observing the moon phases this month. Plus, two meteor showers peak at the end of the month.

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Cassini Takes Most Dangerous Saturn Ring Dive Yet

The Cassini spacecraft is plunging through Saturn’s faint D ring in its most daring ring dive yet.  The spacecraft, which is a collaboration between NASA, the European Space Agency and the Italian Space Agency, will turn its broad, high-gain antenna dish to rest in front of it as a shield during the crossing, for the first time since its very first ring dive, which occurred….

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Koncepti artisitik i roverit 'Mars 2020'

Koncepti i ketij artisti pershkruan roverin ‘Marsian 2020’ te NASA-s ne siperfaqen e Marsit.

Misioni do te kerkoj jo vetem per shenjat e kushteve te banueshmerise ne Mars ne te kaluaren e lashte, por edhe duke kerkuar per shenja te vete jetes se mikrobeve ne te tashmen. 138 more words

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NASA Says So Much Water Pulsed Through a Melting Glacier, It Warped Earth's Crust

NASA scientists detected a pulse of melting ice and water travelling through a major glacier in Greenland that was so big that it warped the solid Earth – a surge equivalent in mass to 18,000 Empire State Buildings. 844 more words

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THE GRIFFITH OBSERVATORY LECTURE ON THE CASSINI SPACECRAFT WITH DR. LINDA SPILKER AND DR. EARL MAIZE ON MAY 15, 2017

By: Elizabeth Carbe’

Photos: THT

Los Feliz, CA (The Hollywood Times) 5/25/17 – “Will I dream?” and other imponderables from Cassini’s noble and doomed space mission. 1,014 more words

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