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Phobos LIFE Ready to Launch

Bruce Betts • September 01, 2011

Years in the making, our Phobos LIFE (Living Interplanetary Flight Experiment) is nearing launch this November. Phobos LIFE will send millions of passengers on a 34-month journey to Mars’ moon Phobos and back.

Progress comes to a halt

Jason Davis • September 01, 2011

The first post-shuttle resupply mission in ISS history got off to a rocky start, as a Russian Progress cargo spacecraft failed to reach orbit, crashing into south central Russia.

Mars Exploration Rover Update: Opportunity Finds Martian Mystery at Endeavour Crater

A.J.S. Rayl • September 01, 2011

More than seven and a half years after landing, Opportunity arrived at its long-anticipated destination, the rim of Endeavour Crater, and in less than three weeks found something strange enough to launch a new Martian mystery.

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