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Using data from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, NH software engineer Kevin Gill was inspired to turn the Red Planet into a Blue Planet.
Every time NASA lands a rover on Mars--or even makes the attempt--it is cause for celebration. On August 5th, the heavens themselves are aligning to mark the event.
Many have often gazed into the night sky, pondering the beautiful expanse of space, hoping to one day make the journey.
A Mars Sample Return mission. Hinners pointed out that, like Viking, Mars Sample Return will prove to be extremely difficult but immeasurably rewarding.
Why is it that people tend to talk of "Martians," rather than, say, "Saturnians" or "Jovians," when the topic of extraterrestrial life is broached? Historically, Mars was thought to be the most likely of the planets to harbor life. Popular culture in the form of literature, and then later radio and film, reflected such beliefs.
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