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NASA releases Mars landing video: ‘Stuff of our dreams’
NASA on Monday released the first high-quality video of a spacecraft landing on Mars, a three-minute trailer showing the enormous orange and white parachute hurtling open and the red dust kicking up as rocket engines lowered the rover to the surface.
NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter reports in from Mars
The technology demonstration has phoned home from where it is attached to the belly of NASA’s Perseverance rover.
NASA rover lands on Mars to look for signs of ancient life
A NASA rover streaked through the orange Martian sky and landed on the planet Thursday, accomplishing the riskiest step yet in an epic quest to bring back rocks that could answer whether life ever existed on Mars.
NASA’s Perseverance rover heading for a bull’s-eye landing
The American space agency said its Perseverance rover is lined up perfectly for its landing on Mars.
NASA wants to fly a helicopter on Mars for the first time
More than a century after the first powered flight on Earth, NASA intends to prove it's possible to replicate the feat on another world.
NASA rover faces 'seven minutes of terror' before landing on Mars
When NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance, a robotic astrobiology lab packed inside a space capsule, hits the final stretch of its seven-month journey from Earth this week, it is set to emit a radio alert as it streaks into the thin Martian atmosphere.
NASA: Pollution could be solution, to find an extraterrestrial civilization
If there’s an advanced extraterrestrial civilization inhabiting a nearby star system, we might be able to detect it using its own atmospheric pollution, according to new NASA research.
NASA finds cause of 'megarocket' test shutdown
An issue with hydraulic systems led to the premature shutdown of a key test for NASA's new "megarocket".
NASA's Boeing Moon rocket cuts short 'once-in-a-generation' ground test
NASA’s deep space exploration rocket built by Boeing briefly ignited all four engines of its behemoth core stage for the first time on Saturday, cutting short a crucial test to advance a years-delayed US government program to return humans to the Moon in the next few years.
What is the ‘Molten Ring’ that Hubble saw?
On December 14, Hubble Space Telescope officials revealed striking images of an astronomical phenomenon called the "Molten Ring." The object, which appears as a golden arc stretched across a dense cluster of stars, is one of the largest and most complete Einstein rings ever discovered in our Universe.
How Ugandan NASA scientist uses satellites to boost farming
As a keen badminton player Ugandan Catherine Nakalembe wanted to study sport science at university but a failure to get the required grades for a government grant set her on a path that led her to NASA and winning a prestigious food research prize.
Crucial test for NASA's SLS rocket
The core of a giant NASA rocket that will return astronauts to the Moon has undergone a crucial test.
James Webb Space Telescope’s sunshield successfully unfolds, tensions in final tests
Lengthened to the size of a tennis court, the five-layer sunshield of NASA’s fully assembled James Webb Space Telescope successfully completed a final series of large-scale deployment and tensioning tests.
First woman to step on Moon will probably be an Iranian-American
The first woman to set foot on the Moon will probably be an Iranian-American citizen named Yasmin Moghbeli, a former NASA official said.

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