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“Upside Down & Inside Out” - OK Go Makes Art at Zero-G

Posted by Erin Greeson on 2016/02/12 08:00 CST

OK Go just dropped their most spectacular - and daring - music video yet, “Upside Down & Inside Out.” Filmed in microgravity over many parabolic flights in Russia, “Upside Down & Inside Out” sets a new precedent for what’s possible as artists consider our future in space.

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The Sea That Has Become Known

Posted by Porter McDonald on 2016/02/12 06:00 CST

Artist Porter McDonald describes his latest painting, Mare Cognitum, which features NASA's Ranger 7 spacecraft.

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Field Report From Mars: Sol 4284 - February 11, 2016

Posted by Larry Crumpler on 2016/02/11 07:19 CST

Opportunity is continuing to explore the outcrops Marathon Valley, on the west rim of Endeavour crater.

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Winter Issue of The Planetary Report is Here!

Posted by Donna Stevens on 2016/02/11 08:23 CST

The winter issue of The Planetary Report is at the printer and will be in your mailbox soon if you're a member of The Planetary Society. (And if you're not, join now!)

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Curiosity update, sols 1218-1249: Digging in the sand at Bagnold Dunes

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2016/02/10 12:21 CST | 4 comments

Curiosity has spent the last month sampling and processing dark sand scooped from the side of Namib Dune. The rover has now departed Namib and is preparing to cross the Bagnold dune field, while working to diagnose an anomaly with the CHIMRA sample handling mechanism.

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SLS CubeSats to Set Sail for Deep Space

Posted by Jason Davis on 2016/02/10 11:28 CST | 1 comment

When SLS launches Orion to the moon in 2018, a fleet of deep space CubeSats will come along for the ride, including a solar sailing spacecraft similar to LightSail.

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First Details of the 2017 NASA Budget Request

Posted by Casey Dreier on 2016/02/09 12:33 CST | 2 comments

There are few surprises in the Obama Administration's final budget proposal for NASA, though some progress is made in critical areas like science funding and NASA's overall funding.

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What Does a 'Good' Budget for Planetary Science Look Like?

Posted by Casey Dreier on 2016/02/08 05:31 CST | 1 comment

NASA's 2017 budget request comes out on Tuesday, here's how you can evaluate if the budget for the Planetary Science Division is good or not. It's not just about 2017, but the next five years.

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HiRISE image coverage of the Curiosity field site on Mars, Version 3.0

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2016/02/05 12:53 CST | 1 comment

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; after five revisions and updates, it's now version 3.0 of the list.

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In Pictures: Orion Assembled and Shipped to Kennedy Space Center

Posted by Jason Davis on 2016/02/05 10:33 CST

The shell of NASA's next Orion spacecraft has been welded together and shipped to Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Here's a photo recap of the assembly and transport process.

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