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Editorial | Rendezvous at Mars

The Sept. 24 capture of India's first interplanetary spacecraft into Mars orbit marks another significant achievement for the rising space power. The Mangalyaan probe, like India's Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter that flew in 2008, symbolizes the ... Space News, 2 days ago
India Reaches Mars With Low-Cost Mission National Geographic, 4 weeks ago

MIT team throws feasibility of Mars One mission into question

A team of MIT researchers has completed an analysis of the Mars One mission to colonize the Red Planet that throws the feasibility of the non-profit project into question. By analyzing the mission's details, the team found that as the plan stands, ...
 Gizmag1 week ago India's Mars Orbiter Mission Spots Dust Storm  NBCNews.com3 weeks ago PHOTOS: Mangalyaan and other successful Mars missions  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Missions to Mars: A 50-year flashback

As the fourth planet from the Sun, Mars is the second smallest celestial body in the solar system. Named after Roman god of war, it is also known as the red planet due to the presence of iron oxide in abundance that gives it a reddish appearance. ...
 Business Standard India4 weeks ago Missions to Mars: 50-years flashback  Business Standard India4 weeks ago
IBNLive India News

Made-in-India Mangalyaan reaches Mars, ISRO shows US, Europe, Russia how to do it in the first attempt

New Delhi: Space exploration is the cutting edge of technology and on September 24, 2014 the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) made a landmark by successfully placing its first Mars Orbiter Mission or Mangalyaan in the red planet's orbit in ...
 IBNLive India News4 weeks ago
Military Times

1st Lt. in contest to launch with private Mars mission

When it comes to post-service plans, 1st Lt. Heidi Beemer has a clearer picture than most: She's going to win a global contest, get launched into space, become one of the first humans to land on Mars, and stay there. There are still a few hurdles ...
 Military Times1 month ago Army lieutenant aims to launch with private Mars mission  USA Today1 month ago

Over 5,000 Malaysians Go To Mars In A Microchip

Yes, you read that right. You will be able to go to Mars. No, not physically. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is inviting the public to submit their names, which will be included on a microchip to be sent to destinations ...
 Yahoo! Singapore3 days ago

Launch Abort System Installed on NASA's Pathfinding Orion capsule for First Flight in 2 Months

The launch abort system is lowered by crane for installation on the Orion spacecraft for Exploration Flight Test-1 inside the Launch Abort System Facility, or LASF, at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photo credit: NASA/Cory Huston The ...
 Universe Today2 weeks ago Profile | Thomas Markusic, Founder and Chief Executive, Firefly Space Systems  Space News1 week ago Heat Protecting Back Shell Tiles Installed on NASA's Orion EFT-1 Spacecraft Set for Dec. 2014 Launch  Universe Today1 month ago

SATCOM SYSTEMS : $169,300 Federal Contract Awarded to PathFinder Digital

By Targeted News Service WASHINGTON , Oct. 5 -- PathFinder Digital LLC , Cleveland, Georgia , won a $169,300 federal contract from NASA's Glenn Research Center , Cleveland , for a a field-deployable, environmentally controlled, self-contained ...
 4 Traders1 week ago

Geosciences Alumnus Matt Golombek to Talk on Selecting Mars Landing Sites

Alumnus Matt Golombek, senior re scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will speak on "How to Select a Landing Site on Mars" on Friday, Oct. 3 at 3:30 p.m. in the Marriott Room on the 11th floor of the Campus Center as part of the Geosciences ...
 Noodls4 weeks ago

Study Finds That Martian Soil May Be Usable for Farming

Graph taken from . When we asked if you would rather terraform Mars or mitigate climate change , much of the Disinfo community replied with: both! Well, according to this Vox article, growing plants with Martian soil might be more probable ...
 Disinformation1 month ago
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