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Curiosity update, sols 2027-2092: Return to drilling at Duluth, sciencing the dust storm

Emily Lakdawalla • June 29, 2018 • 1

Hooray! Curiosity has triumphantly returned to drilling with a successful drill and delivery to its lab instruments at a site named Duluth. It's now studying the dust storm as it drives to new drill sites on Vera Rubin ridge.

Mars' growth stunted!

Sean Raymond • June 01, 2018 • 2

Mars is a weirdo. (Well, as far as planets go).

Approaching Mars on Spaceship Earth

Emily Lakdawalla • May 24, 2018

One of the great things about space exploration is how it can shift your perspective. And you don't even need to leave home.

Book Excerpt: The Design and Engineering of Curiosity: How the radioisotope power system works

Emily Lakdawalla • May 14, 2018 • 4

Readers, colleagues, friends: it's finally happened. My first book is finally out in the world. Here's an excerpt that explains the design and operation of Curiosity's MMRTG, (it also applies to the future Mars 2020 rover power supply).

Refreshing the Viking Orbiter views of Mars

Justin Cowart • May 07, 2018 • 4

Justin Cowart reprocesses Viking Orbiter images from the 1970s and 1980s to reveal their unique and beautiful perspectives on the planet.

Go Atlas, go Centaur, go InSight!

Emily Lakdawalla • May 05, 2018 • 1

NASA’s next Mars mission launched successfully from Vandenberg Air Force Base today!

The Opportunity selfie: 5000 Sols in the making

Doug Ellison • April 20, 2018 • 1

A personal story recounts how a NASA team used a microscopic imager to take a selfie of the Opportunity rover.

Curiosity Update, sols 1972-2026: Completing the Vera Rubin Ridge Walkabout

Emily Lakdawalla • April 17, 2018

The Curiosity team has completed its initial survey of the top of Vera Rubin Ridge, and is ready to make another attempt at drilling after the rock at Lake Orcadie proved to be too hard.

Preview of the InSight Mars launch

Emily Lakdawalla • April 05, 2018 • 4

NASA’s next planetary launch is coming up, as soon as May 5, 2018. This post is your one-stop shop for information about InSight’s launch, cruise, and expected mission to Mars.

#LPSC2018: Understanding early Mars through fluvial features

Adeene Denton • April 02, 2018 • 1

One of the ways we understand Mars' early climatic and geologic history is through preserved fluvial features.

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