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NASA's Curiosity rover takes stunning selfie during massive dust storm on Mars - Fox News

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NASA's Curiosity rover takes stunning selfie during massive dust storm on Mars
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NASA's Curiosity rover has taken an incredible selfie image during an "unprecedented" massive dust storm on Mars. The image, a composite created by scientist Seán Doran, who works with NASA'S Jet Propulsion Lab to create and process its photography, ...
The Opportunity rover has survived Martian hell for 15 years. Here's how.Yahoo News
Did NASA Curiosity Rover See An Alien On Mars? Blurred Figure In Photo Stirs ControversyTech Times
Mars will come closer to Earth in the coming weeks than it has been in 15 years — here's how to see itBusiness Insider
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Astronaut Chris Hadfield says the rockets from NASA, SpaceX, and Blue Origin won't take people to Mars - Business Insider

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Astronaut Chris Hadfield says the rockets from NASA, SpaceX, and Blue Origin won't take people to Mars
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Chris Hadfield, a former astronaut, recently spoke to Business Insider about his new online course on space exploration. When asked the future space vehicles of NASA, SpaceX, and Blue Origin, Hadfield said, "I don't think any of those three rockets is ...
This Retired Astronaut Says SpaceX and NASA Rockets 'Will Never Go to Mars'Fortune
What Will We Wear on Mars?Racked
SpaceX risky rocket poses a problem [Opinion]Houston Chronicle
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Weird Low-Light Bacteria Could Potentially Thrive on Mars - Scientific American

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Weird Low-Light Bacteria Could Potentially Thrive on Mars
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The photosynthetic organisms subsist on redder, lower-energy light than other species, and could be a new source of fuel and air for interplanetary outposts. By Sarah Lewin, SPACE.com on June 18, 2018. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share on ...
This Species Of Bacteria May Help Humans Breathe On Planet MarsTech Times
ANU research could help find life in Mars and other planetsNews-Medical.net
Bacteria Could Be the Key To Breathing on Mars, Study SaysEconoTimes
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Drone Video Shows Retired Ferry Sinking To Ocean Floor To Be Part Of Artificial Reef - Tech Times

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Drone Video Shows Retired Ferry Sinking To Ocean Floor To Be Part Of Artificial Reef
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A drone was able to take a video of a retired ferry as it sunk to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, as the vessel was given renewed purpose in being part of an artificial reef. The ferry, which took people on thousands of trips before it was ...
Video: Luxury Ferry Sunk as Artificial ReefThe Maritime Executive
Ferry sunk off Delaware to become part of artificial reefWashington Post
Twin Capes Ferry Sinks, Becomes Part Of Delaware Artificial ReefThe Inquisitr
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The 4th Flavor? Scientists Close in on a New Kind of Neutrino - Live Science

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The 4th Flavor? Scientists Close in on a New Kind of Neutrino
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I love a good mystery, whether it turns out that the butler did it, or if it was Colonel Mustard in the library with a candlestick. But I love scientific mysteries even more. Recently, scientists doing research at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory ...
The secret to measuring the energy of an antineutrinoPhys.Org

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3D view of Amazon rainforest canopy - EarthSky

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3D view of Amazon rainforest canopy
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A rainforest canopy can reach 15 to 20 stories high. It's an ecosystem unto itself. Now – to study drought effects – scientists have made the 1st 3D measurements of rainforest canopies in the Brazilian Amazon. Tweet. Share. Share. Pin. Mail. Share ...
Advanced view of Amazon forest gives NASA researchers detailed informationSpaceflight News

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