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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.

State of NASA Earth Observation

Anna Scott • May 12, 2016 • 4

Anna Scott gets us up to speed on NASA's Earth-observing missions nearly 60 years into the satellite age.

Mars Exploration Rovers Update: Opportunity Sleuths New Site for Smectites

A.J.S. Rayl • May 10, 2016 • 2

Opportunity and the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) team pressed on through the Martian winter and spent April sleuthing for clay minerals at the mission’s new site on the southern wall of Marathon Valley.

The what-o-sphere? An explainer

Anna Scott • May 05, 2016 • 3

Why do we need to slice up atmospheres into classifications like the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, and thermosphere?

Dawn Journal: A New Angle on Ceres

Marc Rayman • May 04, 2016 • 27

Since April 11, instead of photographing the scenery directly beneath it, Dawn has been aiming its camera to the left and forward as it orbits and Ceres rotates to map more of the dwarf planet.

The Giant Volcanoes of Mars

Justin Cowart • May 04, 2016 • 1

Justin Cowart shares some spectacular images showcasing Mars' volcanoes from Mars Express.

A Moon for Makemake

Alex Parker • May 02, 2016 • 3

The solar system beyond Neptune is full of worlds hosting moons. Now we know that the dwarf planet Makemake has one of its very own.

Future High-Resolution Imaging of Mars: Super-Res to the Rescue?

Alfred McEwen • April 29, 2016 • 3

HiRISE Principal Investigator Alfred McEwen explains an imaging technique known as Super-Resolution Restoration (SRR), and how it could come in handy for high-resolution imaging of the Red Planet.

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