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Posted by Quanzhi Ye on 2014/02/11 12:24 CST
Promoting the story of Yutu to the Chinese public through social media: a successful case of science outreach.
A hundred days after launch, India's Mars Orbiter Mission is doing just fine, and so is NASA's MAVEN.
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2014/02/10 02:39 CST
There have been tons and tons of HiRISE images of the Curiosity landing region, and it has taken quite a lot of work for me to find, locate, and catalogue them. This post is a summary of what I've found.
To paraphrase Forrest Gump, the Discovery program is like a box of chocolates – you never know what you’re going to get. The creativity of the scientific community has given us a wide assortment of missions in the past and is likely to surprise and delight us again.
Posted by A.J.S. Rayl on 2014/02/07 01:22 CST
In the storied history of the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) mission, January 2014 will likely be remembered as one of the most memorable months of all.
It's with great sadness that I report that the Goddard Space Flight Center team has determined that we will not be able to regain control of the venerable spacecraft ICE/ISEE-3 when it passes by Earth this year, after a 30-year journey around the Sun.
A response to Slate's recent piece on the future of NASA, correcting many of its myths and misconceptions about how NASA works.
The Mars Exploration Family Portrait is expanding to cover the entire solar system! But before we proceed, I'm asking for feedback.