Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/09/30 12:46 CDT
Mars Climate Sounder Watches Mars Weather to Prepare for Curiosity Landing
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/09/30 12:04 CDT
Chang'E 2 launches in less than 24 hours, weather permitting
Posted by A.J.S. Rayl on 2010/09/30 12:00 CDT
As Opportunity picked up the pace to Endeavour Crater this month and crossed the halfway point on the long journey from Victoria Crater and Spirit continued sleeping in hibernation mode, the Mars Exploration Rovers chalked up their 81st month of what was supposed to have been just a three-month tour of the Red Planet.
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/09/30 11:37 CDT
Fourth MSL Landing Site Workshop: Day 2: Reports from Ryan Anderson
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/09/30 11:33 CDT
Carnival of Space #171 and Planetary Radio on Science on the ISS
Posted by David Kass on 2010/09/29 12:00 CDT
Two weeks ago Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Mars Climate Sounder (MCS) started a four-week campaign to support entry, descent, and landing phase for the next Mars rover, Mars Science Laboratory (or "Curiosity").
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/09/28 05:57 CDT
Fourth MSL Landing Site Workshop: Day 1 notes: Introduction, biosignatures, and mineralogy
Posted by Marc Rayman on 2010/09/28 11:48 CDT
On the third anniversary of traveling through the solar system on its own since dispatching Dawn on a separate journey, Earth continues to orbit the sun in much the same way it has been.
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/09/24 01:27 CDT
Voyager Mission Status Bulletins: Jupiter and Saturn
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/09/23 12:12 CDT
Pioneer Venus discovered a stable "dipole" near Venus' north pole, and Venus Express found the same thing near Venus' south pole. Except now Venus Express has found it's not as stable as once thought.
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/09/22 05:17 CDT
Opportunity is continuing to make tracks toward Endeavour crater, but just because she's got a goal for her road trip doesn't mean she won't stop and smell the flowers from time to time. Er, did I say "flowers?" I meant "meteorites."