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NASA InSight Apr 23
Mars, I hear you. I’ve detected some quiet but distinct shaking on . The faint rumbles appear to have come from the inside of the planet, and are still being studied by my team. Take a listen.👂
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World Economic Forum Apr 16
Life on Mars? 📕 Read more:
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NASA JPL Apr 23
Shaking it up on . What is likely a marsquake has been detected by . Listen to it here (headphones or speakers recommended).
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I Love Mars 1m
Martian Blueberries (Mineral...) (Photo: /JPL)
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NASA InSight Apr 18
I’m proud to have flown 2.4 million names to . Also proud to be in the running for a award! I’m currently in 2nd place, and today is the LAST DAY to cast your vote. Who’s with me? Vote by midnight PT:
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Dr. Wendy Bohon 11m
First on the agenda - Seismology on Mars session! The room is packed to learn about this exciting science.
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Kevin M. Gill Apr 23
Gullies on eastern side of a small crater within Newton Crater, . Created using DTM and color imagery data -
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HiRISE (NASA) 51m
HiPOD 25 Apr 2019: Megadunes in Hyperborei Cavi A cavus is an irregular steep-sided depression usually in arrays or clusters. Plus: MEGADUNES! ID: ESP_054819_2620 date: 7 April 2018 altitude: 319 km NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
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Dr. Tanya Harrison Apr 19
This drill hole is 1.6 *centimetres* across. We drilled it with a rover on —over 300 million miles away. Then we photographed it with that rover *yesterday.* SPACE IS COOL.
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AJ hustle Apr 23
Let’s say offers you free spot on first human expedition on would you take it ?
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The SETI Institute 2h
Landslides in ' Cerberus Fossae - Evidence for two types of activity: light bluish boulders appear to originate at a layer of bedrock and dark thin lines are recurring slope lineae composed of finer-grained materials.
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UK Space Agency Apr 23
Detected by a set of silicon sensors made in the UK, the first recorded ‘marsquake’ has us all a quiver! 🔴 Find out more 👉
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NASA InSight 23h
Martians, we did it! Your votes helped me win a People’s Voice award 🏆. Thank you for the love ❤️ and for supporting the work I’m doing on . Read all about ’s Webby award wins:
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Dartmouth Engineering 2h
They won! Congratulations Team Dartmouth! 1st place out of 5 university-team finalists selected by for their Marsboreal greenhouse design
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NASA InSight Apr 18
It’s been almost a year since I left Earth, and what a year it’s been: ✅ Launched to ✅ Flew 300 million miles ✅ Landed safely ✅ Recorded the Martian wind ✅ Set up my science instruments 🔲 Won a Award? 10 hours left to cast your vote!
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MarsWeatherBot 6h
Daily weather report from (sent by )
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The Martian Diaries 👽The War Of The Worlds Sequel Apr 23
The red colour of Mars is due to a high concentration of iron in the dust on the surface. The iron within the dust reacts with oxygen, producing a rust-red colour, while the sky appears red as storms carry the dust into the atmosphere.
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cosmic database Apr 17
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Alien Hunters X 51m
Set to touch down on Mars by 2020
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Buzz Aldrin Apr 17
has been flown by, orbited, smacked into, radar examined, and rocketed onto, as well as bounced upon, rolled over, shoveled, drilled into, baked, and even laser blasted. Still to come: Mars being stepped on.
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