The hostile-to-humans environment of outer space presents seemingly infinite obstacles to our desire to explore. But scientists may be on the way to making
Lynette M. Burrows reviews how NASA has been exploring Mars in preparation for a review of her popular Going to Mars Word by Word blog series.
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Is the truth in asteroid dust? Perhaps we’ll soon learn the answer. This month, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) successfully brought asteroid dust back to Earth for the second time in history. A small asteroid doesn’t have a heated interior. Scientists believe that means that since the materials on an asteroid have never experienced…… Continue reading Is the Truth in Asteroid Dust?