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Scientists are exploring the potential of using seismoelectric signals from Martian tremors to detect underground water on Mars, a method inspired by similar techniques on Earth but adapted to the unique conditions of Mars
The results showed that both human and animal kidneys undergo "remodeling" by the conditions in space, with specific renal tubules responsible for calibrating calcium and salt balance showing signs of shrinkage after less than a month
Observing the universe using gravitational waves poses significant technological challenges, especially in the investigation of the frequency range above one kilohertz, the astronomers are technologically assisted in the magnetosphere of planets to detect the gravitational waves
Gallons = small waves. A new international study led by Ben-Gurion University has challenged the prevailing theory that different physical conditions allow the development of galleons that do not exist on Earth
Curiosity's rear Hazcam recorded the shadow of the rover's rear in a 12-hour continuous view from sunrise to sunset toward the Gale Basin floor
In addition to bringing the first sample collected from Mars to Earth, this very complex mission will include the first launch from the soil of another planet, and also the first rendezvous in orbit around another planet. Returning the samples from Mars
The vehicle discovered a wide variety of heavy elements, but this is the first evidence of the presence of sulfur * The rover will tour the south pole of the moon for two weeks and look for signs of water ice
The contract brings NASA one step closer to the first robotic round-trip flight to bring samples safely to Earth through the Mars Sample Return Program
The autonomous landing of Persistence (Preservation) is supposed to be the most precise landing of a spacecraft on Mars to date
Tianwen-1 makes China the sixth country in history to reach Mars. The fifth country to do so is the United Arab Emirates whose spacecraft, Hope, entered orbit around the Red Planet yesterday
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