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The Bottom of Valles Marineris Seems to Have Water Mixed in With the Regolith

According to data obtained by ESA's Trace Gas Orbiter, it looks like there's plenty of water ice at the bottom…

1 month ago

‘I’m Truly Happy’: Japanese Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa Floats Into Space Station

Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa has begun his first space adventure — an 11-day visit to the International Space Station that…

2 months ago

ExoMars Will be Drilling 1.7 Meters to Pull its Samples From Below the Surface of Mars

The ESA just finished testing the drill that will allow the Rosalind Franklin rover to search for signs of life…

4 months ago

Cosmonauts Find Cracks in the Aging Zarya ISS Module

Cosmonauts aboard the ISS have reported new cracks in the Zarya module, the latest indication that the ISS is showing…

5 months ago

Starliner Will try Again on August 3 After ISS “Emergency”

The planned launch of Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner test flight to the International Space Station (ISS) has been pushed back to…

6 months ago

Russia Just Launched a New Science Module to the Space Station

The International Space Station (ISS) is about to get a little bigger. On July 21, the Russian Space Agency launched…

6 months ago

China and Russia Announce their Future Plans for the Moon, Including a Human Base

China and Russia have released a Guide that details their plans for a lunar base that will rival NASA's, and…

7 months ago

China and Russia Will Be Partners in a Lunar Research Station

There are many paths to the Moon, and not all of them go through the Lunar Gateway. This week, the…

11 months ago

Perseverance Seen From Space by ESA’s ExoMars Orbiter

The ESA's Trace Gas Orbiter (part of the ExoMars 2020 mission) has revealed images of the Perseverance rover and where…

11 months ago

ISS Crew Return Safely to Earth

After 196 days in space, some record spacewalks, several experiments, and patching an air leak, the crew of Expedition 63…

1 year ago