Don’t miss!!! On Monday, May 30, Mars will be closer to Earth than it has been in 11 years and it will shine 10 times brighter than it did at the start of 2016.
From our perspective, a planet is retrograde, when it appears to be moving backward in the sky for a period of time. Of course, its an optical illusion but its very important in astrology, retrograde planets does not work in their normal manner, they do correspond to recognizable meanings.
Well, it’s time. The instruments are on board. All the major tests are done. And now, ExoMars 2016 is set to launch! ExoMars is being run by the ESA and the Russian space agency Roscosmos, with an orbiter-lander combo set to arrive at Mars this October.
A group of researchers at the University of California, investigates how to harness the power of light to get to Mars after a journey of just 3 days. It sounds like science fiction, but the technology could become reality, NASA scientists says.
It’s one of the most familiar places in the solar system, near 24 hour day-cycles, mountains, valleys even liquid water. With so much in common with Earth you’d think Mars could be a second home for the human race, but you’d be wrong!
The destruction of Phobos 20 million years from now will make a Saturn-like rings around Mars. Though, The demise of Phobos isn’t imminent, say researchers.
By now, you’ve definitely heard, there’s brine on Mars. Salty, salty, brine. Yes! They found water on Mars (Mars has liquid water). But like, didn’t we already find water on Mars? Haven’t we been here before? Yeah, we did.
In its search for ancient, wet environments on the slopes of Mount Sharp, NASA’s Curiosity Rover has encountered a strange feature which looks like a ‘floating spoon’ on the surface of the red planet. The new image cause many people to speculate what the object might be.
Even if Mars became cold and dry place long ago, though its still a mysterious world with many intriguing secrets waiting to be unveiled. Recently, a team of scientists have uncovered evidence of an ancient martian lake that likely represents one of the very last places where liquid water existed 3.6 billion years ago.