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Tag Archives: NASA

Celebrate All Things Star Wars on this May the Fourth

Image courtesy of StarWars.com With the franchise back in full swing and new movies scheduled to drop yearly, we’ve been spending a lot more days with Star Wars on our minds lately. But even though there isn’t currently a new...

Recurring Slope Linae on Martian surface

Out of this World: NASA Confirms Evidence of Flowing Water on Mars

Photo via NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)/University of Arizona Speculation has been rampant for years that what appear to be gullies on features on the surface of Mars are caused by liquid water. Now research published in Nature Geosciences confirms...

Hot Read: Video Shows SpaceX Plans for Self-Landing Rocket

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that we here at the OWC Blog have a particular fascination with rockets. We named it the Rocket Yard, after all! And there’s one recent rocket mission that has especially caught our glued-to-the-sky eyes. Elon...

Weekend Read: Old Technology for a New Spacecraft

You may already know about NASA’s Orion spacecraft, which took its first flight test Friday. While the initial test was a big step, Orion has even bigger plans for future missions – the spacecraft is designed to eventually take astronauts...

Hot Read: ESA Spacecraft Lands on Comet

After ten years and billions of miles of travel, the Philae lander parted today from the European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft and landed on the surface of a comet. Philae landed on 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko at 11 a.m. EST, marking the first...

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