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ExoMars: Schiaparelli Analysis to Continue

Posted by Ruth McAvinia on 2016/10/20 12:05 CDT | 2 comments

The fate of the ExoMars lander, Schiaparelli, remains uncertain. European Space Agency mission controllers had been optimistic on Wednesday night that a definitive answer would be known by Thursday morning’s news briefing. However, although some more details have been made public about the lander’s descent, it is not yet clear whether it hit the martian surface at a speed it could not survive.

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ExoMars: Long day’s journey into uncertainty

Posted by Ruth McAvinia on 2016/10/19 03:04 CDT | 2 comments

Trace Gas Orbit is successfully in orbit at Mars, but the fate of the Schiaparelli lander is uncertain.

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Fall Issue of The Planetary Report is Here!

Posted by Donna Stevens on 2016/10/19 02:59 CDT

From the innermost planet to the farthest reaches of our Solar System, this issue of The Planetary Report spans it all!

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Rapidly Rotating Regular Satellites and Tides

Posted by Darin Ragozzine on 2016/10/17 02:29 CDT | 1 comment

Pluto’s small moons have unusual rotation rates and states. Now we know a moon of another dwarf planet does as well. Is there a connection?

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Alan Stern & New Horizons Team Receive Cosmos Award

Posted by Jim Bell on 2016/10/12 10:00 CDT

Alan Stern and the New Horizons mission team are the newest recipients of The Planetary Society's Cosmos Award for Outstanding Public Presentation of Science.

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New Gems from the Moon

Posted by Bill Dunford on 2016/10/10 04:00 CDT | 2 comments

More than seven years after the end of its mission, JAXA has released the entire data set from Kaguya's HDTV cameras.

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MOM's Second Anniversary at Mars

Posted by Sandhya Ramesh on 2016/10/05 01:04 CDT | 1 comment

On Mars Orbiter Mission’s second anniversary of Mars arrival, ISRO has (finally!) made available to the public data from its first year in orbit.

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Mars Exploration Rovers Update: Opportunity Exits Marathon Valley then Rocks Spirit Mound

Posted by A.J.S. Rayl on 2016/10/04 07:17 CDT

It was another September to remember for Opportunity as she cruised through the Lewis and Clark Gap and out of Marathon Valley, then hiked downslope, leading the first overland expedition of the Red Planet to Spirit Mound, a new site deep in Endeavour Crater’s rim.

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ESA opens its ears to citizens of Europe

Posted by Ruth McAvinia on 2016/10/04 10:14 CDT

In September, the European Space Agency gathered 2,000 people around the continent to discuss their future in space.

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Dawn Journal: 9th Anniversary

Posted by Marc Rayman on 2016/09/29 12:05 CDT | 2 comments

Nine years ago today, Dawn set sail on an epic journey of discovery and adventure. The intrepid explorer has sailed the cosmic seas and collected treasures that far exceeded anything anticipated or even hoped for.

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