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Red Dragon and Planetary Exploration

Van Kane • June 10, 2016 • 5

If SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft becomes a standard catalog item that could ordered, the way a launch vehicle is, what might the impact be on planetary exploration?

Dawn Journal: In the Details

Marc Rayman • June 08, 2016 • 6

Dawn is continuing to record the extraordinary sights on dwarf planet Ceres. The experienced explorer is now closer to the alien world than the International Space Station is to Earth.

Whither the Weather? A Jet Stream Explainer

Anna Scott • June 07, 2016 • 4

Jet streams are found in planetary atmospheres throughout our solar system. But what exactly are they?

Mars Exploration Rovers Update: Opportunity Scuffs Up Signs of Past Water at Marathon Valley

A.J.S. Rayl • June 06, 2016

Opportunity spent the first half of May digging into an outcrop, taking dozens of panoramic images from her site on the south wall of Marathon Valley at Endeavour Crater’s western rim, and basking in the Martian spring weather.

ExoMars Domino Effect

Anatoly Zak • May 30, 2016 • 5

A difficult but necessary decision by ESA and Roskosmos to postpone the launch of the ExoMars rover from 2018 to 2020 raises a question about the fate of other planetary exploration programs in the pipelines of both space agencies.

Lunar Farside Landing Plans

Phil Stooke • May 27, 2016 • 2

Phil Stooke describes a research trip to the Regional Planetary Image Facility at the USGS in Flagstaff, where he discovered Jack Schmitt's proposed plans for a farside landing site for Apollo 17.

Pretty Pictures of the Cosmos: The Eye of Sauron

Adam Block • May 18, 2016

Astrophotographer Adam Block shares his latest image, this time of a menacing spiral galaxy.

ExoMars Rover Seeks Exit From Dire Straits

Anatoly Zak • May 17, 2016 • 3

The European Space Agency and Roskosmos have admitted the inevitable—the launch of the joint ExoMars-2018 project will have to be postponed for two years to 2020.

Field Report From Mars: Sol 4365 - May 5, 2016

Larry Crumpler • May 13, 2016

Opportunity arrived at its current location on sol 4345 to begin investigation of an outcrop on the crest of a ridge near the west end of Marathon Valley.

Space Exploration: Leaving the Earth to Understand It

Jake Rosenthal • May 13, 2016 • 2

Looking back at Earth from beyond helps to give perspective on our place in the cosmos.

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