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First Martian rock samples from Perseverance edge closer to settling water question
Returned Martian rock cores will aid the search for habitable environments and could finally nail down the ages of Martian features.
This could be a brand new type of supernova
Binary star mergers could cause explosive stellar deaths.
After a few hiccups, NASA’s Perseverance begins its main missions on Mars
The NASA rover is gearing up for a long Martian trek in search of answers.
Sorry, there’s probably no water under the South Pole of Mars
It might just be clay (not water) under Mars’ South Pole.
Marsquakes reveal the red planet is way more radioactive than we thought
Three new studies reveal the inner layers of Mars with data from NASA’s InSight lander.
NASA’s next Jupiter mission will hunt for life’s ingredients under Europa’s frozen shell
The Europa Clipper mission is set to launch in 2024 with a whole host of instruments.
Jostling in Venus’ crust could reveal clues about Earth’s early geology
Venusian ‘campi’ behave differently than our own tectonic plates.
NASA’s Juno orbiter captured striking close-ups of Jupiter’s biggest moon
The first flyby of Ganymede in more than 20 years promises a close look at the giant moon’s icy surface.
‘Robot swarms’ could one day build underground shelters for humans on Mars
A European robotics team won a grant to study how robots could 3D-print underground shelters on Mars.
An ambitious dark energy experiment just went live in Arizona
DESI will make a map of many millions of galaxies to chart the impact of dark energy.