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  • NASA Engineers Use Super Bowl To Decode Aerodynamics

    NASA Engineers Use Super Bowl To Decode Aerodynamics

    Aerodynamics engineers including an Indian-origin scientist are studying sports balls to learn lessons in aerodynamics that will help build aircrafts more earth-friendly and allow spacecrafts to take the most efficient route to Mars in the future.

  • Coldplay, Beyonce's Stunning Performance at Super Bowl 2016

    Coldplay, Beyonce's Stunning Performance at Super Bowl 2016

    With the game marking the 50th Super Bowl, Bruno Mars and Beyonce converged together on stage to a medley of tracks from past halftime performers. One snippet showed Michael Jackson, whose black and gold outfit was the clear inspiration for Beyonce's attire for the night

  • Take a 360-Degree Look at Mars, Now on Facebook

    Take a 360-Degree Look at Mars, Now on Facebook

    The social network is playing host to a 360-degree image of the Martian surface that you can actually look around in.

  • France, India Charting New Orbit To Jointly Explore Mars, Venus

    France, India Charting New Orbit To Jointly Explore Mars, Venus

    With Mangalyaan already an orbiter, putting a lander on Mars would be an interesting prospect and France is ready to work with India on it, says the chief of French Space Agency.

  • Nasa's Curiosity Rover Sends Super Cool Selfie From Mars

    Nasa's Curiosity Rover Sends Super Cool Selfie From Mars

    The rover has been investigating a group of active sand dunes for two months, studying how the wind moves and sorts sand particles on Mars.

  • NASA's Curiosity Rover Clicks A Selfie On Mars

    NASA's Curiosity Rover Clicks A Selfie On Mars

    In its latest selfie sent back home, NASA's Curiosity rover shows the car-size mobile laboratory beside a dark dune where it has been scooping and sieving samples of sand.

  • US Remembers Astronauts Killed, Pledges To Reach Mars

    US Remembers Astronauts Killed, Pledges To Reach Mars

    The US space agency marked the 30th anniversary Thursday of the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger with a pledge to remember lost astronauts as it presses on toward Mars.

  • Nasa Remembers Astronauts Killed, Pledges to Reach Mars

    Nasa Remembers Astronauts Killed, Pledges to Reach Mars

    Nasa events scheduled for Thursday include a wreath-laying ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex at 3pm GMT.

  • Shakira's Waka Waka Crosses One Billion Views on YouTube

    Shakira's Waka Waka Crosses One Billion Views on YouTube

    "Wow! Waka Waka now has more than a BILLION views! The song and the video that changed my life," Shakira wrote on Twitter. The official 2010 FIFA World Cup theme has helped Shakira become only the third Latin artist to achieve the impressive feat, following in the footsteps of Bruno Mars and and Enrique Iglesias

  • India's Next Mars Mission Will Have A French Connection

    India's Next Mars Mission Will Have A French Connection

    India's next mission to Mars will have a French connection and the two countries could together attempt to put a lander on the red planet.

  • NASA Preparing Humanoid Robots For Future Deep Space Missions

    NASA Preparing Humanoid Robots For Future Deep Space Missions

    NASA is developing a six-feet tall humanoid robot that could assist astronauts in risky and extremely hazardous deep space missions to Mars and asteroids in the future.

  • Nasa's Curiosity Rover Tastes Scooped, Sieved Sand on Mars

    Nasa's Curiosity Rover Tastes Scooped, Sieved Sand on Mars

    Curiosity has scooped up sample material at only one other site since it landed on Mars in August 2012.

  • Curiosity Rover Tastes Scooped Sand For First Time On Mars

    Curiosity Rover Tastes Scooped Sand For First Time On Mars

    At its current location for inspecting an active sand dune, NASA's Curiosity Mars rover is adding some sample-processing moves not previously used on the Red Planet.

  • Failure To Find Life On Earth Bad News For Mars Hunters

    Failure To Find Life On Earth Bad News For Mars Hunters

    Can not finding signs of life at a place on Earth that closely resembles the area on Red Planet a bad news for those trying to find life on the Martian surface? Yes, say researchers, suggesting that the failure to find active microbes in the coldest Antarctic soils on Earth has implications for search for life on Mars.

  • Prepare For A Celestial Spectacle As Five Planets Align

    Prepare For A Celestial Spectacle As Five Planets Align

    Headlining the planetary performance are Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter. It will be the first time in more than a decade that the fab five will be simultaneously visible to the naked eye, according to Jason Kendall, who is on the board of the Amateur Astronomers Association of New York.

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