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Jun 14, 2019
NASA's Cassini mission data is still helping scientists understand the rings of SaturnCassini was in space for 20 years and has provided information that scientists are still studying and understanding.
Jan 15, 2019
Antarctica is losing six times more ice now than it was in the 1980s: StudyAntarctica's ice melting increased by 280 percent in the last sixteen years according to the study.
Dec 01, 2018
NASA's InSight seems to have landed at a slight angle, mission engineers not worriedNASA expects better images from InSight soon, once it sheds the dust covers protecting its cameras.
Oct 23, 2018
Mars may have enough Oxygen to sustain subsurface life today, study findsOxygen content of Martian rocks & 2 recent discoveries show that life may exist on the planet today.
Sep 08, 2018
NASA's Dawn spacecraft to run out of fuel, remain in dwarf planet Ceres's orbitDawn will lose its ability to communicate with Earth, but will remain in a silent orbit around Ceres.
Sep 03, 2018
NASA plans a 45-day effort to restore contact with Opportunity Rover on MarsOpportunity rover has been out of contact since early June, due to a major dust storm on Mars.
Jul 16, 2018
Emmy Awards 2018 nominations: NASA's Cassini footage gets nod for Outstanding Original Interactive ProgramAfter running out of fuel, Cassini began a whole new mission — its Grand Finale, where it journeyed into the unknown and ended with a plunge into Saturn
Jul 15, 2018
NASA's coverage of Cassini spacecraft's final moments earns Emmy nominationIn 2017, after nearly 20 years in space, NASA's Cassini orbiter went out of fuel.
Jul 12, 2018
NASA's Cassini captures eerie audio of interaction between Saturn and EnceladusThis recording was captured by the Radio Plasma Wave Science (RPWS) instrument on 2 September 2017
Jan 25, 2018
Expected dust storm on Mars could explain the reason for its arid stateThe study showed that rising air during the 2007 global dust storm led to over a hundred-fold increase in water vapour in Mars' middle atmosphere.