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Next Mars Rover Will Have 23 Cameras

Next Mars Rover Will Have 23 Cameras

NASA announces next Mars Rover to Have 23 ‘Eyes’. When NASA’s ‘first rover outside of Earth-Moon system’ Mars Pathfinder arrived on Mars in 1997, it had only five cameras onboard. It’s obvious, until now camera technologies have taken huge steps foward worldwide and, of course, NASA is going to advance. The 2020 Mars mission will…

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Scientists Believe Mars Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought

Scientists Believe Mars Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought

Mars May Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought NASA’s Johnson Space Center lead author Paul Niles, discusses how suflate minerals on Mars, previously indicated a warm past climate, can now tell us more about planet’s extremely cold temperatures. “The scenario described in our paper represents a completely different weathering regime from anything preserved in…

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You Can Send Your Name On Mars

You Can Send Your Name On Mars

If you want your name to reach Mars, now it’s possible! NASA is about to launch a Discovery Program mission that will place a single geophysical lander on Mars to study its deep interior. InSight (Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport) is more than a Mars mission. Understanding the processes that shaped…

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Global Aurora and High Radiation Level on Mars Are Caused by a Massive Solar Storm

Global Aurora and High Radiation Level on Mars Are Caused by a Massive Solar Storm

  An unexpected Massive Solar Storm hit Mars. A solar storm was hitting Mars on September 11, being one of the most unexpected storms recorded until now. It is known that Sun’s magnetic poles flip every 11 years, and the period between these events is known as the solar cycle. On this period the Sun…

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“Living on Mars” for Eight Months Project has reached the end

“Living on Mars” for Eight Months Project has reached the end

After “Living on Mars” for Eight Months, Mission V Subjects Are Coming Home After spending eight months simulating life on Mars on the slopes of the Mauna Loa volcano, four men and two women came back from their Hawaiian habitat on Sept. 17. Mars mission of the NASA-funded HI-SEAS program (Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation) sent six…

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On Mars It’s Snowing Every Night

On Mars It’s Snowing Every Night

It’s Snowing On Mars! A team of researchers at the National Science Research Center in Paris has conducted a study that provides unexpected details about the Red Planet. The discovery indicates that on Mars is snowing every night. Surely the snow here does not resemble what we can see on Earth every winter. This snowstorm…

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NASA’s new Mars rover concept vehicle

NASA’s new Mars rover concept vehicle

The new Mars Rover concept looks like Batmobile Automakers from around the world are trying each year to build the best concepts that can surprise everyone. This year Parker Brothers Concepts, in partnership with NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre Visitor Complex, has built a six-wheeled built to meet the challenges of exploring the surface of the…

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Will we ever see a man on Mars?

Will we ever see a man on Mars?

This hypothesis comes from observing the human physical condition of astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS). Human body capacities have been reduced by 30-50%, which is a very high percentage. If we are in space, oxygen moves in a different way inside our blood. Although it does not sound very promising, in the near…

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Mars Volcano and Earth’s Dinosaurs went extinct about the same time

Mars Volcano and Earth’s Dinosaurs went extinct about the same time

Since ancient times man tried to discover new things about his origin. Because it was not enough just to explore our planet, mankind has tried, using new technologies, to identify new clues and other locations except those located on our planet. Arsia Mons, the giant Martian shield volcano produced one new lava flow at its summit every…

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MARS: Journey to the Red Planet

MARS: Journey to the Red Planet

Also called the red planet because we see it like that from Earth, Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and it’s named after the Roman god of war. 70,000 years ago, we started to conquer Eurasia from Africa. 50,000 years ago we arrived in Australia; 14,000 years ago – North America; 4,000 years…

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