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NASA Expects Mars Lander to Run Out of Power, Ending InSight’s Historic Mission

Dust accumulated on the lander's solar panels, cutting its energy production and science activities.

Scientists Find Evidence of Water in Mars Rock, but No Signs of Life

Scientists got a jump on the process with a Martian "Nakhlite" meteorite.

NASA’s SLS Moon Rocket Arrives at Launch Pad for the First Time

The SLS rocket and the Orion spacecraft it carries arrived at Kennedy Space Center's Launch Pad 39B for the first time. Know more.

NASA Has Accepted a Few of Futuristic Space Technology Concepts for Further Investigation

An astronaut steps into a body scanner and, hours later, walks on Mars in a custom-made spacesuit, breathing oxygen that was extracted from Mars’ carbon dioxide-rich atmosphere.

NASA Eyes Possible Late May Launch for Artemis I Moon Mission

Other parameters the team is considering include weather, emphasizing the importance of a daylight launch. 

NASA Celebrates Private Sector Deployments of Space-Born Tech in Its Latest Spinoff

NASA’s Spinoff magazine is one of the things I look forward to reading every year. The space agency’s research trickles down to the rest of the world in surprising and interesting ways, which it tracks and collects in this annual publication.

NASA Shares Photo of Two Seemingly Colliding Galaxies Captured by Hubble

Hubble Space Telescope was launched in 1990.

NASA Delays James Webb Telescope Launch Due to Poor Weather

NASA cleared its launch readiness review and gave it the go-ahead for launch, which was supposed to take place on December 24th.

NASA Set To Launch DART Asteroid-Crashing Planetary Defence Mission on November 24: How To Watch

NASA's DART spacecraft will reach its target between September and October next year.

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