The Martian

'The Martian' - 219 News Result(s)

  • Indian Scientists Say Mars Is Active, Find Unique Patterns Created by Falling Boulders on Its Surface
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday January 27, 2022
    Indian scientists at the Physical Research Laboratory have found thousands of tracks on the Martian surface that were created by tumbling boulders, which will help understand seismic activity on the Red Planet.
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  • China's Tianwen-1 Mars Probe Captures Stunning Selfies Above the Red Planet's North Pole
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Wednesday January 5, 2022
    China's first independent interplanetary mission, Tianwen-1, pulled a new year's surprise by clicking incredible selfies on Mars above its north pole. The images showed the mission's solar arrays and antennas as well as a partial closeup of the orbiter.
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  • Is It Really Possible to Terraform Mars? ‘Doable’, Says NASA’s Top Retiring Scientist
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Monday January 3, 2022
    Jim Green, a veteran NASA scientist who has worked with the agency for over four decades, says that it's possible to terraform Mars and make it habitable.
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  • NASA's Perseverance May Have Discovered a Long-Dormant Volcano on Mars
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Friday December 17, 2021
    NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has been feeding us with several discoveries from the Red Planet ever since it landed on it in February this year. After nearly 10 months of driving around the Jezero Crater, researchers are beginning to understand that the region had been formed from red-hot magma, possibly from a long-dormant Martian volcano.
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  • Water on Mars: ESA's ExoMars Discovers Hidden Reservoir on the Planet’s Grand Canyon
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday December 16, 2021
    Mars' huge canyon system, Valles Marineris, may hold hidden water beneath the surface, according to a new study. The European Space Agency (ESA) and Roscosmos' collbaorative ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) discovered large volumes of water in the canyon's heart.
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  • NASA Is Testing Robotics for Bringing First Rock Samples From Mars
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Wednesday December 15, 2021
    NASA is testing the robotics and hardware that will help it bring rock and atmospheric samples collected by its Perseverance rover on Mars back to Earth.
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  • Wish You Were Here: NASA's Curiosity Rover Sends a Rare Postcard From Mars to Mark 10th Anniversary
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Friday November 26, 2021
    NASA's Curiosity rover celebrated the 10th anniversary of its launch on November 26 by sending a spectacular postcard from the Red Planet. The rover had captured two black-and-white images of the thrilling Martian landscape while it was perched on the side of Mount Sharp.
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  • Mars Exploration Runs Risk Of Being Fooled By False Fossils, Researchers Say
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday November 18, 2021
    Mars has now emerged as the new frontier, with most space-faring nations focussing on the exploration of the Red Planet. The idea behind exploring Mars is to find signs of life, understand its climate, and figure out natural resources. However, a new research suggests that explorers looking for ancient life on Mars could be misled by specimens that...
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  • NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover Spots Something 'No One's Ever Seen', Shares Images
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday November 11, 2021
    NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover said it has seen something “no one has ever seen.” In an update via Twitter, Perseverance said it scratched the Martian surface with a tool attached to its robotic arm while wandering around the Jezero Crater in search of evidence of interest to scientists. When it looked underneath the rock it found something tha...
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  • NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter Successfully Completes 15th Flight on Mars
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Wednesday November 10, 2021
    NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter has soared through the Red Planet's skies for the 15th time. The chopper, which arrived on Mars attached to the belly of the Perseverance rover, landed within the targeted zone on the Martian surface, said NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), which manages the Ingenuity mission.
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  • Heinz Collaborates With Astrobiologists to Produce Ketchup From Tomatoes Grown in Simulated 'Martian' Soil
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Tuesday November 9, 2021
    Heinz has produced a ketchup that is becoming popular for more than just its flavour. A team of 14 astrobiologists worked for months to achieve a similar feat — but on Earth. They worked at the Aldrin Space Institute at the Florida Institute of Technology to grow these tomatoes in a controlled environment with soil, temperature, and water conditi...
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  • ESA Shares Photo Of One of The Biggest Impact Basins On Martian Surface
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Saturday November 6, 2021
    The European Space Agency (ESA) has shared stunning images of one of the biggest impact basins in the Solar System, located on Mars. Hellas, with a diameter of 1,430 miles (2,300km) and a depth of over 4.3 miles (7km), is believed to have formed between 3.8 billion and 4.1 billion years ago after a large asteroid hit the surface of Mars.
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  • Life on Mars: Simulating Red Planet Base in Israeli Desert for Astronaut Training
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday October 12, 2021
    The Austrian Space Forum has set up a pretend Martian base with the Israeli space agency at Makhtesh Ramon, a 1,600 feet (500m) deep, 25 miles (40km) wide crater.
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  • Scientists Develop Concrete From Astronaut Blood and Martian Dust to Build Homes on Mars
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Tuesday September 21, 2021
    Scientists showed that the protein found in human blood could act as a binder for the soil available on Moon or Mars.
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  • 'Potato' or 'Raggedy' Mars Moon? NASA Releases Image of Phobos
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Wednesday July 14, 2021
    NASA has released an intriguing image that appears like a potato, but it is not. The image, captured by the most powerful camera ever sent to another planet, is of Phobos, the largest of Mars' two raggedy moons. Check it out.
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'The Martian' - 219 News Result(s)

  • Indian Scientists Say Mars Is Active, Find Unique Patterns Created by Falling Boulders on Its Surface
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday January 27, 2022
    Indian scientists at the Physical Research Laboratory have found thousands of tracks on the Martian surface that were created by tumbling boulders, which will help understand seismic activity on the Red Planet.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • China's Tianwen-1 Mars Probe Captures Stunning Selfies Above the Red Planet's North Pole
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Wednesday January 5, 2022
    China's first independent interplanetary mission, Tianwen-1, pulled a new year's surprise by clicking incredible selfies on Mars above its north pole. The images showed the mission's solar arrays and antennas as well as a partial closeup of the orbiter.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Is It Really Possible to Terraform Mars? ‘Doable’, Says NASA’s Top Retiring Scientist
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Monday January 3, 2022
    Jim Green, a veteran NASA scientist who has worked with the agency for over four decades, says that it's possible to terraform Mars and make it habitable.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • NASA's Perseverance May Have Discovered a Long-Dormant Volcano on Mars
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Friday December 17, 2021
    NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has been feeding us with several discoveries from the Red Planet ever since it landed on it in February this year. After nearly 10 months of driving around the Jezero Crater, researchers are beginning to understand that the region had been formed from red-hot magma, possibly from a long-dormant Martian volcano.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Water on Mars: ESA's ExoMars Discovers Hidden Reservoir on the Planet’s Grand Canyon
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday December 16, 2021
    Mars' huge canyon system, Valles Marineris, may hold hidden water beneath the surface, according to a new study. The European Space Agency (ESA) and Roscosmos' collbaorative ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) discovered large volumes of water in the canyon's heart.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • NASA Is Testing Robotics for Bringing First Rock Samples From Mars
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Wednesday December 15, 2021
    NASA is testing the robotics and hardware that will help it bring rock and atmospheric samples collected by its Perseverance rover on Mars back to Earth.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Wish You Were Here: NASA's Curiosity Rover Sends a Rare Postcard From Mars to Mark 10th Anniversary
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Friday November 26, 2021
    NASA's Curiosity rover celebrated the 10th anniversary of its launch on November 26 by sending a spectacular postcard from the Red Planet. The rover had captured two black-and-white images of the thrilling Martian landscape while it was perched on the side of Mount Sharp.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Mars Exploration Runs Risk Of Being Fooled By False Fossils, Researchers Say
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday November 18, 2021
    Mars has now emerged as the new frontier, with most space-faring nations focussing on the exploration of the Red Planet. The idea behind exploring Mars is to find signs of life, understand its climate, and figure out natural resources. However, a new research suggests that explorers looking for ancient life on Mars could be misled by specimens that...
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover Spots Something 'No One's Ever Seen', Shares Images
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday November 11, 2021
    NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover said it has seen something “no one has ever seen.” In an update via Twitter, Perseverance said it scratched the Martian surface with a tool attached to its robotic arm while wandering around the Jezero Crater in search of evidence of interest to scientists. When it looked underneath the rock it found something tha...
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter Successfully Completes 15th Flight on Mars
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Wednesday November 10, 2021
    NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter has soared through the Red Planet's skies for the 15th time. The chopper, which arrived on Mars attached to the belly of the Perseverance rover, landed within the targeted zone on the Martian surface, said NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), which manages the Ingenuity mission.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Heinz Collaborates With Astrobiologists to Produce Ketchup From Tomatoes Grown in Simulated 'Martian' Soil
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Tuesday November 9, 2021
    Heinz has produced a ketchup that is becoming popular for more than just its flavour. A team of 14 astrobiologists worked for months to achieve a similar feat — but on Earth. They worked at the Aldrin Space Institute at the Florida Institute of Technology to grow these tomatoes in a controlled environment with soil, temperature, and water conditi...
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • ESA Shares Photo Of One of The Biggest Impact Basins On Martian Surface
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Saturday November 6, 2021
    The European Space Agency (ESA) has shared stunning images of one of the biggest impact basins in the Solar System, located on Mars. Hellas, with a diameter of 1,430 miles (2,300km) and a depth of over 4.3 miles (7km), is believed to have formed between 3.8 billion and 4.1 billion years ago after a large asteroid hit the surface of Mars.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Life on Mars: Simulating Red Planet Base in Israeli Desert for Astronaut Training
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday October 12, 2021
    The Austrian Space Forum has set up a pretend Martian base with the Israeli space agency at Makhtesh Ramon, a 1,600 feet (500m) deep, 25 miles (40km) wide crater.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Scientists Develop Concrete From Astronaut Blood and Martian Dust to Build Homes on Mars
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Tuesday September 21, 2021
    Scientists showed that the protein found in human blood could act as a binder for the soil available on Moon or Mars.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • 'Potato' or 'Raggedy' Mars Moon? NASA Releases Image of Phobos
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Wednesday July 14, 2021
    NASA has released an intriguing image that appears like a potato, but it is not. The image, captured by the most powerful camera ever sent to another planet, is of Phobos, the largest of Mars' two raggedy moons. Check it out.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
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