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Pretty Pictures of the Cosmos: The Space Between

Adam Block • November 25, 2016 • 1

Award-winning astrophotographer Adam Block shares some of his beautiful photos showcasing interstellar phenomena.

Schiaparelli investigation update; crash site in color from HiRISE

Emily Lakdawalla • November 23, 2016 • 11

ESA issued an update on the Schiaparelli landing investigation today, identifying a problem reading from an inertial measurement unit as the proximate cause of the crash. Meanwhile, ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter is operating its science instruments for the first time this week, and HiRISE has released calibrated versions of the Schiaparelli crash site images.

Emily's recommended space books for kids of all ages, 2016

Emily Lakdawalla • November 22, 2016 • 3

Emily's eighth annual kids' space book recommendation post includes lots of new books for kids of all ages, 0 to 18.

Subsurface Water Ice in Utopia Planitia, Mars

Cassie Stuurman • November 22, 2016 • 2

Martian radar expert Cassie Stuurman explains how the SHARAD instrument aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter was used to detect buried ice deposits.

HiRISE coverage of the Opportunity field site, version 1.0

Emily Lakdawalla • November 18, 2016 • 1

As she did before for Curiosity, Emily Lakdawalla has searched through the HiRISE image archive for photos of the Opportunity landing site and sorted them all out so that you don't have to.

NASA Under Trump

Casey Dreier • November 18, 2016 • 3

NASA under a Trump Administration will be hard times for Earth Science, and human spaceflight to the Moon will likely get renewed focus. However, NASA won't go anywhere if massive cuts to spending are enacted as promised.

Spektr-RG sees (x-ray) light at the end of the tunnel

Anatoly Zak • November 17, 2016

After many years of development, a cutting-edge Russian-German space observatory with little-known contribution from the US is finally approaching the launch pad...or so its scientists say.

The diverse ‘village’ behind Peggy Whitson, NASA's barrier-breaking astronaut

Jason Davis • November 16, 2016

During the run-up to her third mission, veteran NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson has shifted the focus from herself to the team of trainers and technicians at Johnson Space Center.

NatGeo's new MARS miniseries premieres tonight

Casey Dreier • November 14, 2016 • 3

The new six-part miniseries, MARS, premieres tonight on the National Geographic channel. Perhaps it can help influence the incoming administration to continue NASA's Journey to Mars.

GOES-R: A GOES Primer

Heather Hunter • November 14, 2016

The current GOES-East and GOES-West have been faithfully providing continuous imagery and data on Earth and space weather for almost a decade. So, with the launch of the first of the next generation of GOES satellites, GOES-R, what is NOAA trying to accomplish?

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