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Curiosity's images of the Link outcrop in Mars' Gale Crater show rounded gravel and other signs of past flowing water. Image Credit/NASA

NASA’s Curiosity rover, still very early in its two-year search of Gale Crater for evidence of habitable environments, offered strong visual evidence this week that water flowed...

This impression of Titan’s surface is based on data from the European Space Agency's Huygens lander, Credit: Cassini-Huygens DISR

Saturn’s moon Titan provides the best opportunity to study conditions very similar to Earth – in terms of climate, meteorology and astrobiology.

That’s the observation from Athena Coustenis from the Paris-Meudon Observatory in France. The scientist is presenting this perspective...

Courtesy: Cornell University

How best to put the distance between the Sun and the nearest star in perspective?

Now the world’s largest exhibition – extending from New York to Hawaii – is to do just that and will be dedicated this week. The exhibition is named after the late Cornell astronomer Carl Sagan.

Called the Sagan Planet Walk it features a 1-to-5-billion...

NASA examines Mars exploration options in era of tight budgets


U. S. space policy makers, armed with a new set of exploration options developed by NASA’s Mars Program Planning Group but constrained by little prospect for budget growth, will wrestle with some pretty ambitious goals:



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