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NASAs Mars InSight Flexes Its Arm

New images from NASAs Mars InSight lander show its robotic arm is ready to do some lifting.

SOP newswire2XCOR Aerospace Coming to Florida - Today, XCOR Aerospace announced its intent to establish an East Coast U.S. operational base in Florida
SOP newswireNorthrop Grumman Wins Rating of Reasonable Assurance - Northrop Grumman Receives highest assurance for accuracy of its greenhouse gas emissions inventory.
Ron G AnselmCan There Really Be The Possibility That Life Does Exist on Mars? - How many shows and movies in the past especially in the 1960s and 1970s had a plot where Martians land on Earth in some major city and wreak havoc on us and our planet?
Ron G AnselmGlobal Warming: More Destructive than A Category 5 Hurricane - In the case of Global Warming the devastation and destruction to our planet is permanent and ongoing.
SOP newswirePayload Users Guide for Lynx Suborbital Vehicle Released by XCOR Aerospace - XCOR releases Payload Users Guide for Lynx Suborbital Vehicle.
Ron G AnselmGreenland`s Ice Sheet Surface is Thinning Faster Than Terry Bradshaw`s Hairline - The complete surface of Greenland`s ice sheet has seen thinning even at the center of it where it is two-miles thick.
Ron G AnselmNASA`s Spitzer Telescope Discovers Exoplanet Smaller than Earth - Astronomers working overtime using NASA`s Spitzer Telescope have discovered an exoplanet that appears to be two-thirds the size of Earth
Ron G Anselm Mayan Calendar Not a Sign of the End of the World - According to Marcello Canuto, the director of Tulane University Middle America Research Institute
SOP newswireHiggs Boson Particle, Higgs Field, and God - Jerry J. Pollock PhD, Marcia K. Pollock MA, and Thomas M. Spradley, PhD, take a closer look at how Higgs Boson relates to God and spirituality.
SOP newswireNew Commercial Spaceflight R&D Headquarters for XCOR Aerospace and Midland Development Corporation - XCOR Aerospace and Midland Development Corporation have announced the establishment of XCOR's new Commercial Spaceflight R&D Headquarters.
SOP newswireThree New Crew Members Head to the International Space Station - Williams, Malenchenko and Hoshide are scheduled to dock their Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft to the Rassvet module of the station at 12:52 a.m. EDT Tuesday, July 17.
Dr. Henryk FrystackiGod Particle Found by Scientist in Geneva? - All elementary particles that have been observed in Geneva at CERN are either fermions or bosons. Fermions build all known types of matter, bosons are either photons or W- and Z-bosons or gluons.
SOP newswireIce Content in Moon Crater Detected by NASA Spacecraft - Data returned by NASA's LRO spacecraft reveals the presence of notable quantity of ice in a crater on moon`s south pole.
SOP newswireXCOR and EA Team Up for Suborbital Training Services - XCOR and Excalibur Almaz Limited have signed MOU for suborbital training services.
SOP newswireNASA and FAA Join Hands to Coordinate Space Travel Standards - NASA, FAA advance national goals in commercial human space transportation with landmark agreement.
SOP newswireNorthrop Grumman Demonstrates SmartNode Pod Communication System - Flying on Firebird, Northrop Grumman`s SmartNode Pod demonstrates digital, voice data delivery.
SOP newswireSpace Expedition Corporation Named as New GSA for XCOR Aerospace - XCOR Aerospace has announced Space Expedition Corporation (SXC) as General Sales Agent (GSA) for space tourism flights.
SOP newswireTop Industry Honors Go to Northrop Grumman for Safety Performance, Programs, Practices - Aerospace Industries Association honors Northrop Grumman Corporation with Excellence in Aircraft Manufacturing 2012 Worker Safety Award.
Ron G AnselmMilky Way and Andromeda Galaxy Predicted to Collide - When these two giants collide scientists are predicting that because of the vast emptiness of these two galaxies our planet Earth should not be hit by flying debris, in this case the flying debris would be stars and planets.
Ron G AnselmGlobal Warming: The Fuel that is Affecting Weather - Global warming doesn`t just affect the warm and hot elements of our weather and climates.
Dr. Henryk FrystackiThe Mayan Calendar and the Risks to Life on Earth - The Mayan calendar is interpreted to precisely describe on the very day the present fourth era, having started on 11th of August 3114 BC and ending on the 21st of December 2012.
Ron G AnselmNASA's Mars Research Proves the Existence of Carbon on Red Planet - NASA is really focusing on the fact that life does exist outside of our planet and the main focus is Mars.
SOP newswireXCOR's Liquid Oxygen Piston Pump Ready for Space Flight - XCOR's tests of Lynx Cryogenic Piston Pump have come out as a success, marking a landmark in space flight technology.
SOP newswire2SpaceX Dragon Transport Takes Flight and Boldly Goes Where No Company Has Gone Before - WASHINGTON - The SpaceX Dragon capsule, which on Tuesday became the first commercially developed and built spacecraft to launch to the International Space Station
Ron G AnselmDrinking Coffee Every Day May Help Keep the Doctor Away - If you`re like the average person or if you`re anything like me, I have to have that coffee first thing in the morning to get me jump started.
SOP newswireFirst Robotic Bariatric Surgery Performed at St. Luke`s University Hospital-Bethlehem - Bariatric surgeon Dr. Leonardo Claros performed the first robotic bariatric surgery in the Lehigh Valley via robotic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) procedure.
SOP newswireJennifer Brisco Announced as Lynx Suborbital Flight Winner - XCOR Aerospace announces a backup winner for the Lynx Suborbital Flight as the original winner is unacceptable to accept the prize.
Ron G AnselmNASA Study: Hazardous Asteroids Could Pose Threat to Earth - NASA continues the Out of the Box Thinking studies and research that help make a huge impact on our planet. NASA`s Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer
Dr. Henryk FrystackiString Theory, The Universe and Time Travel - String physicists assume that energetic pieces of threads are the keys to quantum gravity and to everything else of our perceived reality throughout the universe.
Ian BrockwellPlanet X: Is it Hidden From Earth's View? - In 2007, Google Earth clearly showed either a planet or a star on their space map, yet this later "vanished`. The object itself had not moved, but was concealed by a
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