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NASA’s Perseverance rover carried a family portrait of its robotic siblings to Mars

NASA’s Perseverance rover carried a family portrait of its robotic siblings to Mars

Like any good piece of high-tech hardware, NASA’s Perseverance rover features an Easter egg hidden in plain sight. Since landing on Mars on February 18th, NASA has been sharing thousands of photos captured by the rover. And if you look close enough, as Space did, you’ll catch a decal bolted to the top of its …

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NASA wants to play a big part in the development of electric aircraft

NASA wants to play a big part in the development of electric aircraft

While everyone’s eyes are trained on its mission to Mars, NASA is also working to make flights back here on Earth more eco-friendly. By way of a new partnership with the aviation industry, the space agency wants to advance design and modelling tools for future aircraft that use an Electrified Aircraft Propulsion (EAP) system. It’s …

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The Sky Is Up To Something Tonight

The Sky Is Up To Something Tonight

Photo: Chris McGrath / Staff (Getty Images) When it comes to the sky, here are the things we know for certain to be true: We know that birds are allowed up there and humans are not (suspicious). We know that the sky acts as the sort of sacred lid to the world, and also that …

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NASA Announces Team of 18 Astronauts Who Will Train For Artemis Moon Landings

NASA Announces Team of 18 Astronauts Who Will Train For Artemis Moon Landings

Photo: MARK FELIX / Contributor (Getty Images) NASA announced on Wednesday the team of 18 astronauts — nine men and nine women — who have been selected to participate in the upcoming Artemis Moon landing missions. Advertisement The team includes astronauts of diverse backgrounds and experience levels, and counts among its ranks the first woman …

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