Mars

11.19.15
NASA's growing flowers on the ISS for the first time
11.19.15

NASA's growing flowers on the ISS for the first time

Following upon its initial successes with lettuce back in August, NASA astronauts aboard the Inter...

By A. Tarantola,   11.19.15
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11.05.15
NASA's closer to knowing why Mars' surface is cold and dead
11.05.15

NASA's closer to knowing why Mars' surface is cold and dead

Scientists believe that Mars could have once been a lush planet with flowing liquid water until something turned it into a cold, dry, uninhabitable place.

By C. Klimovski,   11.05.15
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10.30.15
Find life on Mars and kill it in 'The Technomancer'
10.30.15

Find life on Mars and kill it in 'The Technomancer'

'The Techromancer' is what happens when you leave humans on Mars for 120 years

By S. Buckley,   10.30.15
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10.12.15
New data suggests Mars had lakes that could have supported life
10.12.15

New data suggests Mars had lakes that could have supported life

Mars might have had life-supporting lakes in the past.

By J. Trew,   10.12.15
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10.10.15
Our ongoing missions to Mars are over 50 years in the making
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10.10.15

Our ongoing missions to Mars are over 50 years in the making

Mankind has been sending spacecraft to Mars for more than half a century, although not every mission is a success.

By J. Turi,   10.10.15
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10.10.15
ICYMI: The Martian colony plan, simulated rat brain and more
10.10.15

ICYMI: The Martian colony plan, simulated rat brain and more

NASA reveals the detailed plan to get us to colonization on Mars in today's ICYMI.

By K. Davis,   10.10.15
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10.09.15
NASA details its plans to reach and explore the red planet
10.09.15

NASA details its plans to reach and explore the red planet

And it involves testing new technologies within the moon's orbit before using them for actual Martian missions.

By M. Moon,   10.09.15
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10.09.15
NASA's studying how zero gravity affects the brain
10.09.15

NASA's studying how zero gravity affects the brain

If we're honest, it sounds as if the experience of trying to conduct experiments in zero gravity is kinda like trying to find your door keys while drunk.

By D. Cooper,   10.09.15
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