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Another image of a different crater, the Antoniadi impact crater, was captured roughly one month earlier on March 25, 2020. This crater is rather smaller than the Argyre crater, measuring in at around 250 miles long, and is located in the northern hemisphere of the planet. The image has been colorized to show the different type of rocks which are visible on the floor of the crater. … [Read more...] about See spring arriving on Mars in these ExoMars images
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Following the completion of the Demo-2 mission on Sunday, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said: “It’s a testament to what we can accomplish when we work together to do something once thought impossible. Partners are key to how we go farther than ever before and take the next steps on daring missions to the moon and Mars.” … [Read more...] about After splashdown, what’s next for SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft?
Acknowledging SpaceX and NASA’s achievement in conducting the first launch and landing in U.S. territory since the Space Shuttle program ended in 2011, Behnken said: “There’s something special about having that capability to launch and bring your own astronauts home. We went through a lot of years without that capability, and I think we’re both super-proud to have been just a small part of the team that accomplished bringing those space flights back to the Florida Coast and bringing that capability back to America.” … [Read more...] about Watch Elon Musk’s amazing response to Crew Dragon astronauts’ return