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NASA's InSight Prepares to Take Mars' Temperature

NASAs InSight lander has placed its second instrument on the Martian surface.

Robert Paul ReyesWhat If The Phoenix Lander Discovers Intelligent Life On Mars? - The Mars Phoenix Lander has sent pictures back to earth that give hope both to romantics who believe in little green men from Mars, and scientists who only accept empirical truth.
SOP newswire2Beneath NASA's Mars Lander - A view of the ground underneath NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander adds to evidence that descent thrusters dispersed overlying soil and exposed
SOP newswire2Jellyfish Blooms in the Bering Sea - A new study helps explain a cyclic increase and decrease of jellyfish populations, which transformed parts of the Bering Sea
SOP newswireEulogy for a Supernova - Cassiopeia A is the burnt-out corpse of a massive star that ended its life in a fiery supernova about 11,300 years ago.
SOP newswireSptizer spots bizarre ring around stellar corpse - NASA scientists think that the ring, which is unlike anything ever seen before, formed in 1998 when the magnetar erupted in a giant flare.
SOP newswireSafe Landing-- NASA's Phoenix arrives on Mars! - Radio signals received at 4:53:44 p.m. Pacific Time (7:53:44 p.m. Eastern Time) confirmed the Phoenix Mars Lander had survived its difficult final descent.
Krzys WasilewskiStephen Hawking: Celebrity among Scholars - With Stephen Hawking nothing can be taken for granted. After all, he is the one who has turned modern astronomy upside down.
SOP newswire2Saturn, Wave in Upper Atmosphere - Two decades of scrutinizing Saturn are finally paying off, as scientists have discovered a wave pattern, or oscillation, in Saturn's atmosphere
SOP newswire2Genome of Platypus Decoded - The curious discovery of the duck-billed, egg-laying, otter-footed, beaver-tailed, venomous platypus in Australia in 1798
SOP newswire2Phoenix Landing Area Viewed by Mars Color Imager - NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander is scheduled to land on the Martian northern plains near 68 degrees north latitude
SOP newswire2Nutcracker Man Challenges Ideas on Evolution - Tiny marks on the teeth of an ancient human ancestor known as the
SOP newswire2Raging Saturn Storm - PASADENA, Calif. – As a powerful electrical storm rages on Saturn with lightning bolts 10,000 times more powerful than those found on Earth
SOP newswireCassini conquers electrical storm - Scientists with NASA's Cassini-Huygens mission have been tracking the visibly bright, lightning-generating storm--the longest continually observed electrical storm ever monitored by Cassini.
SOP newswire2 22 Million Light Years Away - Since its launch five years ago, the Galaxy Evolution Explorer has photographed hundreds of millions of galaxies in ultraviolet light. M106 is one of those
SOP newswire2Wild Galaxies Collide - NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is celebrating its 18th anniversary with a new collection of images showcasing colliding galaxies, including
SOP newswire2A CluE in the Search for Data-Intensive Computing - The Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) directorate at the National Science Foundation (NSF) released a solicitation for proposals for
SOP newswire2New Atlases Use NASA Data to Chart Ocean Winds - Several new atlases of ocean wind patterns around the globe, based on data from NASA's QuikScat satellite, are benefiting a wide range of users, from
SOP newswire2USGS to Host Congressional Briefing on Climate Change - U.S. coastal communities, environments, and economies are especially vulnerable to sea-level rise and other climate change impacts. At the same time, they face continuing challenges
SOP newswire2Illinois Earthquake is a Wake-Up Call - The early morning earthquake that jolted many in the central U.S. is a reminder that seismic events do occur in areas not normally thought of
SOP newswire2Atomic Level Attraction - Countless romance novels begin with a hero and heroine who initially repel each other, only to find them thrown together in uncomfortable circumstances and ultimately
SOP newswire2Mars Radar Opens a New Dimension in Planet Exploration - A radar instrument co-sponsored by NASA on the European Space Agency's Mars Express orbiter has looked beneath the surface of Mars and
Robert Paul ReyesCassini May Have Discovered Ocean Beneath Titan's Crust - This is an incredible discovery because where there is water, there may very well be life. What bold new programs are in NASA's future?
SOP newswire2Galactic Wilderness, Stellar Birth - A new image from NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer shows baby stars sprouting in the backwoods of a galaxy -- a relatively desolate
SOP newswireInvitation to NASA Earth Day celebration - NASA centers across America will roll out the green carpet April 22 to celebrate Earth Day.
SOP newswireOrion completes first full-scale rocket motor test - NASA's Constellation Program's Orion spacecraft will be America's next human spacecraft,
SOP newswireNASA welcomes Stephen Hawking to Lecture Series - Reporters are welcome to attend the invitation only session, but NASA will air program LIVE.
SOP newswirePhoenix Mars Lander pointed toward 'Green Valley' - A final decision will be made after NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter takes additional images of the area this month.
SOP newswire$38.5 billion in grant money will battle Global Warming - Selection criteria for the clean energy projects under these solicitations will focus on the avoidance of emissions of greenhouse gas emissions and other air pollutants
SOP newswire2NASA Sees Shining Stellar Sphere - Millions of clustered stars glisten like an iridescent opal in a new image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.
SOP newswireMoon mission on 2011 NASA calendar - The mission will launch before the agency's moon exploration activities accelerate during the next decade.
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