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    Io, Jupiter’s Volcanic Moon, Set for Historic Close Encounter with NASA’s Juno Spacecraft

    Jupiter’s Volcanic Moon Io, is set for a historic close encounter with NASA’s Juno Spacecraft. The orbiter designed to study gas giants has traveled more than 510 million miles and has observed three of Jupiter’s four largest moons up close. When is NASA’s Juno spacecraft scheduled to pass by Io and Jupiter? On Tuesday, May […]

    Mysterious Planet revealed by NASA’s Webb Telescope – A detailed study

    NASA’s Webb telescope has captured the most detailed images yet of a mysterious planet! NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has discovered a mysterious planet far away from our solar system. This planet is different from any other planet we know because it reflects a lot of light and has a hot and humid atmosphere. This […]

    CO2 emissions by country tracked by NASA’s OCO-2 satellite

    Researchers used satellite measurements to determine CO2 emissions by country and carbon uptake at the national level. Using a NASA satellite that looks at Earth, CO2 emissions in more than 100 countries worldwide have been tracked. This project provides information on the amount of carbon dioxide released by certain countries. It also measures the carbon […]

    NASA Curiosity Mars Rover Captures Martian Sunset

    News: When the light from two times of day was put together, it made a beautiful picture of the land curiosity Mars rover was leaving behind. After NASA’s curiosity finished a big software update in April, it took one last look at “Marker Band Valley” before leaving. It took a “postcard” of the area. Let’s […]

    NASA New Mars Research: Let’s find out is there Any Life on Mars?

    News: A human mission to Mars research has quite a relevant, and interesting topic. It has not captured the attention of space enthusiasts, and many space scientists, but also let us discover many new findings. Let’s take a deep dig into the recent research, and Mars exploration by NASA! Recent Mars Research & Development: If […]

    Perseverance Rover Snaps Images of Belva Crater on Mars

    During its most recent science campaign, the six-wheeled scientist came across the crater while looking for rock samples that could be transported back to Earth for further investigation. The Mastcam-Z instrument on NASA’s Perseverance rover recently took 152 photos while exploring Belva Crater, a large impact crater within the much larger Jezero Crater. The data, […]

    Curiosity rover discovers water-carved ‘book’ rock on Mars

    Following its groundbreaking cloud-imaging mission last month, NASA’s Curiosity rover continues to astound scientists with captivating observations, including the recent discovery of a hardcover-shaped feature on April 15, marking the mission’s 3,800th Martian day (or sol). Geologists, akin to meticulous librarians, carefully examine the evidence surrounding them to unravel the mysteries of Mars‘ past. NASA […]

    LP 791-18 d: Earth-size Exoplanet Unveils Volcanic Activity Beyond Our Solar System

    Astronomers have identified an Earth-size exoplanet, or globe outside our solar system, that may be covered in volcanoes. The planet, known as LP 791-18 d, may have volcanic outbursts as frequently as Jupiter’s moon Io, our solar system’s most volcanically active body. NASA’s TESS, Spitzer Space Telescope, and an array of ground-based observatories were used […]

    Snake-Like Robot by NASA is on a task to find life on a moon

    JPL has developed a new Snake-Like robot called Snake-Like EELS that can move like a snake. This robot is designed to explore new terrain and environments. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is testing a robot that can explore challenging terrain on its own. The robot can map and move around different areas without any help. How […]

    Four of the Largest Uranus Moons May have Oceans

    NASA scientists have looked at data from Voyager spacecraft and used computer modeling to find out that four of Uranus’ biggest moons may have oceans between their icy crusts and cores. This study is the first to explain how the insides of all five big moons – Ariel, Umbriel, Titania, Oberon, and Miranda – have […]