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Cassini sees dramatic seasonal changes on Titan

As southern winter solstice approaches in the Saturn system, NASA's Cassini spacecraft has been revealing dramatic seasonal changes in the atmospheric temperature and composition of Saturn's largest moon, Titan.

It Looks Like NASA Found ESA's Crashed Mars Lander

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

On Wednesday, the European Space Agency attempted to land a probe on Mars, and things went bad. While the ExoMars mission team continues to piece together why its Schiaparelli lander lost contact with the Earth, NASA has now obtained photographic evidence of what appears to be a crash-landing. Read more...

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter views Schiaparelli landing site

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has identified new markings on the surface of the Red Planet that are believed to be related to ESA’s ExoMars Schiaparelli entry, descent and landing technology demonstrator module.

NASA Testing Electric Aircraft Technologies

Engineers from the NASA Glenn Research Center have begun utilizing Plum Brook Station’s newest facility — NASA’s Electric Aircraft Testbed — to test new, electric aircraft technologies. The engineers there are now designing, developing, and testing systems for use in the “next revolution in aviation” (electric aircraft technologies). Show More Summary

Amateur Scientists Are Finding 'Spiders' on Mars

NASA's 'Project Four' lets anyone with an internet connection look for spider-like frozen carbon dioxide features.

ESA's Schiaparelli Mars lander exploded on impact, Nasa images suggest

It will take weeks to understand exactly what happened, but images from Nasa’s Reconnaissance Orbiter show Schiaparelli’s parachute and landing site The landing site of a European spacecraft that was supposed to make a historic touchdown...Show More Summary

Photonics dawning as the communications light for evolving NASA missions

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) A largely unrecognized field called photonics may provide solutions to some of NASA's most pressing challenges in future spaceflight.

The life cycle of a flood revealed

A NASA analysis of a 2015 Texas flood is the first to document the full life cycle and impacts of a flood on both land and ocean. Using data from NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) satellite and other satellite instruments, the...Show More Summary

Capital Journal Daybreak: Campaign 2016, More

HERE’S A LOOK AT THE DAY AHEAD OBAMA ADMINISTRATION: President Barack Obama meets with NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and his family at the White House at 3:10 p.m. The first couple attends the BET Networks “Love and Happiness” concert at the White House at 7 p.m. Defense Secretary Ash Carter meets with leaders in Turkey to discuss […]

NASA satellite spots remains of Mars lander, which may have exploded during crash landing

A NASA satellite in orbit around Mars appears to have spotted the remains of a European probe that crash-landed on the Red Planet on Wednesday. New pictures taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter show a large, dark elliptical spot on the Martian surface that was probably made by the European...

See The Photo NASA’s Orbiter Took Of the Crashed Mars Probe

The image shows a black spot in the place that the craft Schiaparelli was supposed to land

It Seems Mars Lander's Crash Made Quite the Explosion

We now have the most definitive sign yet—courtesy of a NASA orbiter—that the European Space Agency's Mars lander crashed onto the planet's surface in what the AP describes as a "fiery ball of rocket fuel." ESA lost contact with the Schiaparelli lander Wednesday, approximately 50 seconds before it...

NASA measures extreme rainfall with typhoons Sarika and Haima

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Two powerful typhoons have hit the Philippines in less than a week. Sarika was followed by Typhoon Haima. Using satellite data, NASA estimated the intense rainfall generated by these two typhoons.

Europe’s Mars probe thought to have crash-landed

Disturbance captured in NASA photographs may have been caused by Schiaparelli's steep crash-landing The post Europe’s Mars probe thought to have crash-landed appeared first on

NASA has found Europe’s Mars lander

High-resolution images collected by a NASA satellite could aid the investigation.

If You Still Don’t Get How Global Warming Will Alter Everything, Read Some Climate Fiction

Earth is hotter in 2016 than it has been in 115,000 years, according to a (not yet peer-reviewed) paper from climate change pioneer and former NASA scientist James Hansen and an international team of colleagues, published Oct. 4. Colossal numbers like this are certainly alarming. Show More Summary

NASA photographed a new black spot on Mars that is probably the obliterated remains of Europe’s lander

On Oct. 19, the Schiaparelli lander entered the Martian atmosphere, scheduled for a safe touch down. But something went wrong, and for the last two days, the European Space Agency has been trying to figure what happened. Now, they think...Show More Summary

How NASA Is Helping Save The Lives Of Children In Syria

Without dedicating a single person to the role, NASA is contributing to saving the lives of hundreds of thousands of children in the worst hit areas of Syria. But NASA is an independent agency of the executive branch of the U.S. Government. It has no involvement in the events in Syria or in humanitarian relief […]

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