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There is a time and a place for everything under the sun, but now is not the time to be exploring Mars.

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Just like Earth, Mars might also have tectonic activity, says an UCLA professor. So it’s the whole package – moving plates, fault lines and, maybe, even Mars-quakes.

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Curiosity has sent in a plethora of photos from the Martian surface. Even though no high resolution photos are available, the first images are great by themselves. Here’s a selection

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The Mars Rover Curiosity safely landed on Mars, marking a historic achievement for NASA and ESA. The bus-sized Curiosity, weighing in at 1 ton, touched down and the entire control room erupted in joy! Take a look.

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The Mars Science Laboratory, MSL, better known as Curiosity, is the new rover which is due to land on Mars on the 5/6th of August! Here, we bring you all the details about the landing – everything that you might ever want to know!

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The Olympics are all set to lose the gaze of the world as the Mars Rover lands on Mars on the 5th of August, 2012. As we have already said, the Mars Rover’s landing might not be directly viewable by NASA, but we do hope that the landing goes well.

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The new Mars Rover Curiosity will land on the Red Planet on the 6th of August, but NASA may not be able to see that live! Ah, but why?

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The failed Russian Mars Moon Lander, Phobos-Grunt, has crashed into the Pacific Ocean. According to initial reports, there is nothing to worry about.

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The Mars Moon probe, Phobos-Grunt, stuck in orbit since October, right after launch, will come down and crash into the ocean tomorrow, Sunday the 15th of January. And there are widespread concerns about the crash from several corners.

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This is Mars as you’ve never seen before. Over the last 5 years, HiRISE has been mapping every square inch of the surface of Mars in super High-Resolution of 25 cm per pixel! And it has captured over 20,000 images.

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The most conclusive evidence of the presence of water on Mars comes via the Mars Rover Opportunity. Shiny deposits of gypsum represent the smoking gun.

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Curiosity launches this Saturday and this hi-tech piece of wizardry will set foot on Mars in 2012. We look at some of the awesome features of the rover.Here’s our top 10 coolest things to know about the Rover and the mission. Enjoy.

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ESA claims to have made the first contact with the Russian spacecraft Phobos-Grunt. They are receiving the first signals since the craft got stuck in orbit.

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The new Mars Rover, Curiosity, is launching on Saturday. Here’s an overview of the most technologically advanced machine ever to drop on a planet.

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The nuclear power plants of the future may look nothing like what we see today. Here’s a small preview of a nuclear power plant design that will be used for powering settlements on Mars and Moon.

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