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How NASA is using synthetic DNA in its search for alien life
In the coming decades, new rovers will roam the sands of Mars. An orbiter will sample the seas of Jupiter's moon Europa. A drone will grace the skies of Saturn's moon Titan. Mission planners dream of equipping these mechanical scouts with instruments capable of scouring the unknown environments for signs of life, but the technology required to do so is deceptively complex.
NASA’s InSight lander records hundreds of marsquakes on red planet
The latest robot to land on Mars has felt the ground shake beneath its feet, whirlwinds tear across the surface and sudden blasts of air shoot past like “atmospheric tsunamis”.
Strange binary star is acting out of character, and it's not the only one
Most stars are pretty set in their ways. They are what they are, and they act like it – even if what they are is something really odd. But an object called Terzan 5 CX1 acts like one thing, and then something else entirely.
All about laser, microphone atop NASA’s Mars 2020 rover
NASA is sending a new laser-toting robot to Mars. But unlike the lasers of science fiction, this one is used for studying mineralogy and chemistry from up to about 20 feet (seven meters) away. It might help scientists find signs of fossilized microbial life on the Red Planet, too.
Solar Orbiter spacecraft will capture Sun's north, south poles
The Sun’s uncharted north and south poles are set to be revealed for the first time by an ambitious mission that will fly above our home star and beam back images.
NASA planet hunter finds Earth-sized world in 'habitable zone'
NASA said that its planet hunter satellite TESS had discovered an Earth-sized world within the habitable range of its star, which could allow the presence of liquid water.
The telescope that looks further back in time
A team of astronomers and engineers in Edinburgh have constructed an instrument that can look further back in time than ever before.
Boeing’s Starliner capsule lands safely after failed mission
Boeing safely landed its crew capsule in the New Mexico Desert after an aborted flight to the International Space Station (ISS) that threatened to derail the company’s effort to launch astronauts on behalf of NASA next year.
NASA observes new kind of magnetic eruption on Sun
The surface of the Sun is never still. Upon this burning ball of gas, a continual flow of super-hot plasma creates ropes of magnetic fields that can twist and tangle with one another.
Race against time to launch Europe’s troubled mission to Mars
Space engineers are racing against time to fix major faults in the robot probe they plan to send to Mars next year. The complex parachute system that should slow ExoMars — Europe’s largest ever planetary mission — as it plunges into the Martian atmosphere failed catastrophically during recent tests.
NASA identifies regions of Mars with water ice just below surface
When NASA astronauts visit Mars, they'll probably need to harvest the planet's water ice for drinking water and fuel.
NASA finds Indian Moon lander with help of amateur space enthusiast
India's Vikram lunar lander, which crashed on its final approach to the Moon's surface in September, was found thanks in part to the sleuthing efforts of an amateur space enthusiast.
NASA losing patience with its misbehaving Mars mole
NASA’s InSight lander is really starting to give scientists a headache.
NASA shows off stunning new Moon lander concept
As NASA gets ready to return to the Moon in 2024, the space agency is working on new designs for a lunar lander.

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