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Archive for April 1st, 2021

NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover snaps scenic selfie at ‘Mont Mercou’ (photo)

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NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity posed for a selfie in front of a beautiful Martian rock outcrop called “Mont Mercou” after probing the area for clues about the Red Planet’s past.

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Lego designer reveals hidden details in new Space Shuttle Discovery set

April 1st, 2021 by

Lego designer Milan Madge reveals the hidden details of the new NASA Space Shuttle Discovery set with the Hubble Space Telescope.

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Lego’s NASA Space Shuttle Discovery set with Hubble is a space geek’s dream (review)

April 1st, 2021 by

Lego’s NASA Space Shuttle Discovery set is every space geek’s dream. Here’s our review from a veteran space reporter.

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NASA delays Ingenuity Mars helicopter’s first flight to April 11

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NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity will have to wait a few more days to make its historic first flight on the Red Planet.

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‘For All Mankind’ sneak peek: Space physics fixes a vending machine in ‘Don’t Be Cruel’

April 1st, 2021 by

Studying space physics sure comes in handy when wrestling with vending machines in Apple TV+’s space series “For All Mankind” this week.

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With 1st space station launch this spring, Chinese astronauts are training for flight

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Chinese astronauts are undergoing intense training for the first crewed missions to construct the nation’s new space station, work that is expected to begin in the next few months.

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