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Rapidly nearing the end of a unique decade-long interplanetary expedition, Dawn is taking phenomenal pictures of dwarf planet Ceres as it swoops closer to the ground than ever before.
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The country's satellite navigation system faced a long and difficult road, but it's finally operational.
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Award-winning astrophotographer Adam Block shares some of his most recent images of our amazing and beautiful universe.
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The next time its solar sail is deployed, NEA Scout will be out near the Moon.
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The Jet Propulsion Laboratory has a fabled history of planetary rovers. But how do you start such a program?
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Two new global views of Ryugu from Hayabusa2, plus a 3-D animation.
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Something new and wonderful appeared in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database—an entire listing of meteorites found on Mars by robotic rovers and their science teams from the years 2005–2017.
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What happens when you print a map of Mars the size of a basketball court?
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With Hayabusa2 at Ryugu and OSIRIS-REx closing on Bennu, it's the summer of sample return. Why do scientists go to so much trouble for a piece of a another world?
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As a monster dust storm grew to encircle the Red Planet in June, Opportunity spent most of the month in the dark, presumably sleeping in a hibernation mode as the skies over Endeavour Crater became darker and darker.
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