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Elon Musk Really Wants you to go to Mars
The ship has everything, from iron foundries to pizza joints
Jupiter Looms Large and 9 More Can’t-Miss Sky Events in April loading...
Jupiter Looms Large and 9 More Can’t-Miss Sky Events in April
This month, see the moon join up with constellations and planets and Jupiter at its brightest.
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Giant Tsunami on Mars Caused by Asteroid Impact
New evidence of oceans on the northern plains of Mars
Fly Through a Huge Volcanic Cave With These Stunning 3-D Scans loading...
Fly Through a Huge Volcanic Cave With These Stunning 3-D Scans
The detailed animations will help NASA scientists figure out how to use natural caves as shelter on future missions to the moon or Mars.
Top 7 Must-See Sky Events for 2017 loading...
Top 7 Must-See Sky Events for 2017
Get ready to see an icy comet encounter, close planetary pairings, and more celestial wonders.
NASA Releases Cool Designs For Mars ‘Igloos’ loading...
NASA Releases Cool Designs For Mars ‘Igloos’
A simple ingredient for shielding future Mars explorers from space radiation could be good old water ice.
8 Amazing Places You Can Visit ‘Mars’ on Earth loading...
8 Amazing Places You Can Visit ‘Mars’ on Earth
From the ends of the Earth to its subterranean depths, lavanauts, desertnauts, cavenauts, and aquanauts simulate life in space.
What John Glenn Told National Geographic In His Last Interview loading...
What John Glenn Told National Geographic In His Last Interview
"Someday we will land on Mars," Glenn said in his final days. "That will have us united as a country.”
Why NASA's First Good Look at Mars Almost Ended Its Exploration loading...
Why NASA's First Good Look at Mars Almost Ended Its Exploration
This Red Planet Day, find out why images from the Mariner 4 spacecraft, which launched 52 years ago, were surprising for all the wrong reasons.
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A Martian rover may be in its final days after becoming bogged in Martian sands, unable to move into position to recharge its solar batteries. Can NASA’s engineers free it before time runs out?

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