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Mars

opportunity status

NASA is sending a desperate message to wake up Opportunity on Mars

January 28th, 2019

Just last week NASA celebrated the beginning of the Opportunity rover’s 16th year on the Martian surface, but all is not well with the six-wheeled robot. Opportunity has been dead quiet for over six months after falling asleep in a planet-wide dust storm, and NASA is understandably concerned. The rover’s solar panels couldn’t gather the …

Elon Musk suggests the first ‘resident’ of Mars might be an AI

December 28th, 2018

There’s been plenty of talk lately about future missions to Mars that will carry human crew members. It would be an incredible achievement to successfully (and safely) land a human on the surface of another planet, but it’s something that has never even been attempted, much less accomplished. With a steady stream of advancements in …

mars snow crater

This Mars crater will definitely have a white Christmas

December 20th, 2018

As we creep ever closer to December 25th, there are plenty of people in the United States and abroad that are hoping there’s at least a light dusting of snow on the ground for the biggest gift-giving holiday of the year. You might not imagine Mars would be the best place to look for winter …

mars insight testing

NASA is reconstructing the InSight lander site here on Earth

December 19th, 2018

NASA’s InSight lander touched down on Mars a few weeks ago and the team of engineers and scientists handling the robot are in the midst of preparing for its very first science activity on the planet. In a new blog post, NASA explains exactly how it tests the maneuvers that InSight will perform before actually …