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Perseverance: Meet the driver who navigates the Mars rover - Inverse
Vandana Verma has been operating the Mars rovers since 2008, driving the car-sized robots on another planet.

Natural radio signal buzzes in Venus’ atmosphere - EarthSky
New measurements from Parker Solar Probe - the first new direct measurements of Venus' atmosphere in nearly 30 years - showed an unexpected natural radio signal being emitted by Venus' ionosphere. The probe made the discovery while using Venus as a

Russia May Abandon the International Space Station in 2025: What Happens Next? - Motley Fool
ISS may soon be obsolete -- but will we even miss it?

SpaceX launches and lands a Falcon 9 rocket booster a record 10th time - TechCrunch
SpaceX has launched another 60 Starlink satellites — making 180 delivered to orbit in under two weeks — but the launch early Sunday morning was more notable because it set a new, key record for Falcon 9 rocket reusability. This marked the 10th flight of the f…

UPDATE: NASA rocket launch postponed until Sunday; could be visible over Georgia - WSB Atlanta
A livestream of the event is available to watch HERE. The launch is set for 8:02 p.m. from the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia and there is a 40-minute launch window.

NASA Lunar Crater Radio Telescope: Illuminating the Cosmic Dark Ages - SciTechDaily
The early-stage NASA concept could see robots hang wire mesh in a crater on the Moon’s far side, creating a radio telescope to help probe the dawn of the universe. After years of development, the Lunar Crater Radio Telescope (LCRT) project has been awarded $5…

NASA's Parker Solar Probe detected natural radio emissions from Venus - Engadget
NASA's Parker Solar Probe detected natural radio emissions from Venus, offering new insights into the planet's atmosphere..

4 ideas about AI that even 'experts' get wrong - The Next Web
The history of artificial intelligence has been marked by repeated cycles of extreme optimism and promise followed by disillusionment and disappointment. Today’s AI systems can perform ...

Boeing’s Starliner Completes Full Space Station Mission Simulation - SciTechDaily
NASA and Boeing recently completed an integrated mission dress rehearsal of Starliner’s uncrewed Orbital Flight Test-2 (OFT-2) mission to the International Space Station for NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. The campaign conducted largely inside Boeing’s Housto…

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