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07.04.2016
The aura of mystery surrounding Mars has long been intensified by its curious pair of moons: Phobos and Deimos, whose origins have remained clouded until now.
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05.02.2016
New research indicates that even in small quantities, liquid water on Mars—which would immediately boil and evaporate—may considerably alter the surface morphology, creating very different structures...
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03.14.2016
With its probe scheduled to land on Mars on October 19th, ExoMars 2016 is the first of two European missions to investigate the Red Planet’s atmosphere and find evidence of past life under its...
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11.22.2015
Operating some of the most complex machinery ever built can be a daunting task for the best of engineers. Especially when something breaks down hundreds of millions of kilometers away.
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11.09.2015
The Martian, a science fiction film hailed for its realism, was recently released. What are its (rare) scientific inaccuracies? Is the hero’s incredible psychological resilience the least plausible...