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Martian Successes Reshape Sample Return Plans

For as long as humans have been sending probes to Mars, there’s been a desire to return rock, soil, and atmosphere samples back to...

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Ten Times More Efficient Oxygen Generation on Mars

Ivan Ermanoski, Arizona State University, has NASA NIAC funding to evaluate, computationally and experimentally, the feasibility of a process–thermal swing sorption/desorption (TSSD)–to generate oxygen...

Elon Musk Believes 2029 is Year We Achieve Both AGI and Humans on Mars

Elon Musk believes 2029 is the year we can achieve both AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) and humans on Mars. Clearly, Elon believes Teslabot will be...

Hackaday Links: May 22, 2022

It looks like it’s soon to be lights out for the Mars InSight lander. In the two years that the lander has been studying...

Elon Musk Gives Everyday Astronaut a SpaceX Starbase Tour

Elon Musk gave the Everyday Astronaut a new tour of the SpaceX Starbase. Elon showed the Megabay. This will have ten to twelve workstations. The...

The biggest ever quake detected on Mars

NASA’s InSight Mars lander has detected the largest quake ever. The quake is estimated to be magnitude 5. The lander detected the quake on...

NASA Partners With Epic Games to Create a Martian Metaverse Simulation

NASA, the U.S. space agency, has partnered with Epic Games, the company behind Fortnite, to build a challenge for developers to help create a...
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Less Fuel for Mars to Supply High Earth Orbit

If large scale production is created on Mars, then it would be more efficient to supply high Earth orbit from Mars than from the...

Oxygen Production Experiment on Mars Perserverance Rover is Working

An Oxygen production test on the Mars Perserverance rover has worked. It is 0.5% scale test for a larger system. The larger system will...

Zubrin Talks About Getting to Mars by 2030

Elon Musk proved the problem with space was not technological but institutional. SpaceX is able to proceed at three times the speed and ten...

Psyche asteroid explorer arrives at Kennedy Space Center for launch preps

A U.S. military cargo plane delivered NASA’s Psyche spacecraft from California to the Kennedy Space Center last week, starting a three-month campaign to ready the asteroid explorer for liftoff on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket in August.

Ingenuity helicopter flies over leftover wreckage from Mars landing last year

NASA's flying drone on Mars has recorded aerial views of debris left behind from the landing of the Perseverance rover last year, showing remarkable details of the craft's supersonic parachute and part of its aeroshell.

Three Americans, one Italian launch on SpaceX’s new “Freedom” spacecraft

Four astronauts rocketed into a clear predawn sky early Wednesday from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, riding SpaceX's newest Dragon spacecraft -- named "Freedom" -- to kick off a planned four-and-a-half month science expedition at the International Space Station.
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