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NASA’s InSight Probe Reveals the First Detailed Look at the Interior of Mars

The map is the first ever of the interior of another planet.

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Lives: Switch To Backup Hardware Fixes Glitch

Since the issue cropped up on June 13, Hubble's science work has been stalled.

NASA Still Trying to Identify What Took Hubble Offline

NASA has been doing the sort of troubleshooting that's familiar to many of us, in space, and about the same vintage as a Commodore 64.

China, Russia Aim for First Joint Astronaut Moon Landings in Next Decade

Officials from the China Countrywide Room Administration (CNSA) and Roscosmos, Russia’s room agency, gave a joint presentation in the course of the Worldwide Area Exploration Convention.

Spacecraft Buzzes Jupiter’s Mega Moon, 1st Close-Up in Years

NASA’s Juno spacecraft has provided the first close-ups of Jupiter’s largest moon in two decades. Juno zoomed past icy Ganymede on Monday.

NASA Will Send Two Missions to Venus by 2030

NASA to expand full-fledged expeditions. Now plans to move forward with two of those projects, and there’s a shared Venus theme between them. Know more.

NASA’s Mars Copter Survives ‘Anomaly’ During Its Sixth Flight

The Ingenuity copter recently completed its sixth flight, however, this one ran into a new issue. Know more.

China’s Tianwen-1 Mission Has Successfully Landed on Mars

China's orbiter continues to circle the planet and relay signals home from the lander/rover, along with orbiters from NASA and the ESA

Chinese Rocket Debris Falls Into Indian Ocean Amid US Criticism

US officials saw uncontrolled reentry as irresponsible.

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