Posts Tagged ‘images captured’

NASA releases amazing new images of dwarf planet Ceres

Newly released images captured last month by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft provide the best look yet of the central bright region of Occator Crater and reveal new evidence of the recent geologic activity believed to be responsible for some of the dwarf planet’s unique surface features. According to Gizmodo and Scientific American, the images were taken […]

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NASA orbiter finds Schiaparelli lander — and it doesn’t look good

The NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has discovered the landing site of the ESA ExoMars mission’s Schiaparelli lander, which lost contact with ground control personnel moments before it was scheduled to touchdown on the surface of the Red Planet late Wednesday morning. Schiaparelli entered the Martian atmosphere shortly before 11am EDT on Oct. 19, after which […]

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NASA finds fossilized riverbeds on Mars

Although the planet is now cold and barren of water, the discovery of an extensive fossilized system of riverbeds suggests that Mars had once possessed a warm, wet climate, according to new research published in the Geological Society of America publication Geology. As part of their work, lead author Joel Davis of the University College […]

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