Jun 1 - InSight’s primary mission is to study Mars’ geology to learn more about
the planet’s formation and current condition. The pressure sensor’s job
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Professor Michael Niemack, left, and Cornell graduate student Nicholas Cothard at 18,400 feet elevation in Chile near the future locations of the Simons Observatory and CCAT-prime telescopes.
Image courtesy of JPL-Caltech/NASA, Univ. of Arizona, Univ. of Idaho
Prof. Jonathan Lunine discusses recent discoveries on Mars in this CNN Online story. (Photo: JPL-NASA)
In this artistic rendering, an Earth-like exomoon orbits a gas giant planet in a star's habitable zone in a galaxy far away. (NASA/JPL-Caltech)
Juno is soaking up as much data as it can about the planet’s gravity, magnetic fields, deep atmosphere and core. [Forbes/Science]
Fact #7: Polaris' Retirement
Vega will become our new north star in 12000 years.
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