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Dawn Journal: Measuring Light

Posted by Marc Rayman on 2016/02/01 01:20 CST | 6 comments

Chief Engineer and Mission Director Marc Rayman explains some of the measurements the Dawn mission is taking at Ceres, most of which depend on sunlight.

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Field Report From Mars: Sol 4270 - January 28, 2016

Posted by Larry Crumpler on 2016/01/29 01:53 CST

On January 23rd, Opportunity celebrated its 12th anniversary of landing on Mars.

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Running Down a Comet

Posted by Joseph Masiero on 2016/01/26 02:04 CST

The Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) telescope has discovered its first comet of 2016.

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China invites public on-board its robotic missions; and how to download Chang'e data

Posted by Quanzhi Ye on 2016/01/25 10:50 CST | 1 comment

China plans a busy future in robotic space exploration. Besides the scientific merit, what interests me most about the upcoming Chang'e 4 mission is their intention to get the public involved.

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Europa Budget Bulge

Posted by Van Kane on 2016/01/25 07:04 CST

Van Kane explains how the key development for NASA’s mission to Europa will be an agreement on how the agency plans to accommodate the monetary bulge that will come from funding the mission.

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How REXIS Made It on OSIRIS-REx

Posted by Dante Lauretta on 2016/01/23 11:41 CST

The OSIRIS-REx instrument team has successfully installed the Regolith X-ray Imaging Spectrometer (REXIS) on the spacecraft. However, there is more to the story of how REXIS made it onto the spacecraft.

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The Pioneer Plaque: Science as a Universal Language

Posted by Jake Rosenthal on 2016/01/20 08:02 CST | 7 comments

In 1972, an attempt to contact extraterrestrial life was cast into space with the launch of the Pioneer 10 spacecraft. What exactly was the message we sent into the cosmos?

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Pretty Pictures of the Cosmos: Shadow Play

Posted by Adam Block on 2016/01/18 07:02 CST | 2 comments

Adam Block brings us his first images processed in the new year, showcasing the beautiful interplay of light and dark.

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Mars Exploration Rovers Update: Opportunity Finishes Another Record Year, Approaches 12th Anniversary

Posted by A.J.S. Rayl on 2016/01/08 11:04 CST | 2 comments

Perched on the southern wall of Marathon Valley at Endeavour Crater, Opportunity braved temperatures descending well below -100° F in December to work the winter science campaign and home in on the remnants of ancient clays.

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Capturing the Rhythm of Space: Insights from 47th DPS Meeting

Posted by Deepak Dhingra on 2016/01/07 06:33 CST

The Division of Planetary Science (DPS) Meeting saw many exciting scientific discussions spanning the range of processes on different planetary bodies, as well as their replication in the laboratory and in models.

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