Posted by A.J.S. Rayl on 2010/02/28 11:00 CST
As winter put the freeze on in the southern hemisphere of the Red Planet, the Mars Exploration Rovers slowed down a bit, but continued throughout February to demonstrate the mettle that made them famous: Spirit successfully drove backwards, parked in place for the season, then continued working, as Opportunity roved through rock debris on a cruise around the rim of Concepcin Crater.
Posted by Marc Rayman on 2010/02/26 09:14 CST
Pushing ever farther into space, deeper into the asteroid belt, Dawn is continuing to progress smoothly on its solar system journey.
Posted by Susan Lendroth on 2010/02/22 06:22 CST
A few highlights from Lou Friedman and Bill Nye's UStream chat on The New NASA Plan.
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/02/18 03:27 CST
Recording of today's UStream chat with Bill Nye and Lou Friedman available
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/02/16 03:20 CST
Cassini tour page updated for the Solstice Mission
Posted by Amir Alexander on 2010/02/13 12:00 CST
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