NASA has appointed Ashwin Vasavada as the new Curiosity Rover Science Chief. He will be succeeding John Grotzinger who is one responsible for steering Curiosity to some big finds over the past few years. This also includes the discovery that Mars ... French Tribune, 1 week ago
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Washington, D.C. — Led by a team of Indian American scientists, NASA's Curiosity rover has found new evidence of water on Mars , indicating that the planet most like Earth in the solar system was suitable for microbial life. Pictures and other ...India-West, 2 weeks ago Red Planet shows signs of life Press TV, 1 month ago NASA's Curiosity Rover finds lake remains Sunday Observer, 1 month ago Lake sediments may have formed mountain on Mars Japan Times, 1 month ago
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NASA has a wild idea for a mission that will require a robotic tag-team effort, a rocket lifting off from the surface of Mars and a spacecraft that will scoop up Martian rocks orbiting the Red Planet. Ashwin Vasavada, the new project scientist for ...ARN, 2 weeks ago
Methane plumes of unknown origin and carbon-based molecules in sandstone rocks have recently been detected on Mars. Both findings add weight to the case that Mars could once and may still life support life. Elizabeth Finkel reports. A view from ...Cosmos Magazine, 2 weeks ago Methane spike: Is there life on Mars? Asian Age, 1 month ago Methane Spike On Mars Provides New Clue In Search For Alien Life Huffington Post, 1 month ago
The science team on NASA's Mars rover Curiosity mission has a new leader. Ashwin Vasavada, of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, has succeeded John Grotzinger as Curiosity project scientist, agency officials announced Monday ...Space.com, 3 weeks ago Mars Science Laboratory Project Has a New Project Scientist SpaceRef, 3 weeks ago New Project Scientist for Mars Rover Noodls, 3 weeks ago
Watery Past on Mars Revealed … Again Photograph by NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS Water, water, everywhere, but no longer a drop to drink. On Mars at least, evidence of a watery past keeps turning up—for example, as seen in this image of ...National Geographic, 1 month ago New evidence of water on Mars: Nasa Asian Age, 1 month ago
"This connects us with the mineral identifications from orbit, which can now help guide our investigations as we climb the slope and test hypotheses derived from the orbital mapping," said Curiosity Project Scientist John Grotzinger, of the California ...Jagran Post, 2 months ago Mars rover finds first mineral match Asian Age, 2 months ago
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