Moon to Mars

Moon to Mars Exploration, Martian moons Phobos Deimos latest news images of lunar base and moon to mars future missions such as: Hope Mars Mission, Mars 2020, ExoMars 2020

  • By re-examining Apollo-era data using state-of-the-art seismological techniques, researchers have determined that our moon has a core similar to the Earth. The findings could help astrobiologists better understand how rocky bodies form and evolve.
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  • Astrobiology Magazine is highlighting the top 10 astrobiology stories of 2010. At number 8, the cancellation of the Constellation program and NASA's new plans to work with commercial space developers in order to maintain human access to space. (Originally published 2/2/2010).
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  • A new study suggests that the surfaces of Mars, Venus and the Moon could be suitable for farming, moving one step closer to the next phase in space exploration: colonizing other planets.
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  • The primary goal of NASA's upcoming Mars Science Laboratory is to determine whether or not habitable environments for life once existed at its landing site. However, the mission will also provide important data while en route to Mars by monitoring how much radiation living organisms
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  • New data from NASA's LCROSS and LRO missions indicates that lunar soil within shadowy craters is rich in materials that could be useful for future human explorers. The findings also indicate that the Moon is chemically active and has a water cycle.
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  • New data from NASA's LCROSS and LRO missions indicates that lunar soil within shadowy craters is rich in materials that could be useful for future human explorers. The findings also indicate that the Moon is chemically active and has a water cycle.
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  • China has successfully launched their second robotic mission, named Chang'E-2. The satellite is scheduled to reach the Moon in five days, where it will collect high-resolution imagery of future landing sites for China's Chang'E-3 lunar rover.
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  • When packing for a manned mission to Mars or the Moon, the best thing to bring may not be food or fuel, but specially-designed organisms that can create those things for you.
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  • NASA's Desert RATS – or Research and Technology Studies – are making their 13th trip to the desert this fall for another round of analog testing. The Earth-based project is helping NASA plan future human missions to locations like Mars where humans will play a
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  • New data shows that the Moon's surface is more complex than scientist previously thought. By studying evidence of geologic processes and impacts on the Moon, astrobiologists are learning about the history of our solar system and the conditions that allowed for a habitable Earth.
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