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What the FAQ: What is NASA's Ingenuity and how did it create history?

On Monday, NASA's helicopter Ingenuity hovered around the Martian surface. We tell you why it is historic

Published on 20th April 2021
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Cuttack-based astronomy team designs rover to exhibit at NASA challenge

The rover designed for the Artemis Mission 2024 is capable of travelling on different kinds of martian terrai

Published on 12th April 2021
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NASA Ingenuity Mars Helicopter prepares for first flight

The rover currently is in transit to the airfield where Ingenuity will attempt to fly and once deployed, it will have 30 Martian days to conduct its test flight campaign

Published on 24th March 2021
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More images of Mars, Perseverance rover's exciting work to happen in coming weeks: NASA's Indo-American engineer

SuperCam is a remote-sensing instrument that will use laser spectroscopy to analyse the chemical composition of rocks on the Martian surface

Published on 1st March 2021
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NASA releases first high-definition panoramic view of Mars rover landing site

The panorama was stitched together on Earth from 142 individual images taken on Sol 3, the third Martian day of the mission on February 21

Published on 25th February 2021
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Some of Earth's microbes can survive on Mars' surface temporarily, suggests study

The researchers from NASA and German Aerospace Center tested the endurance of microorganisms to Martian conditions by launching them into the stratosphere

Published on 22nd February 2021
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Touchdown confirmed: Meet Indian-American scientist Swati Mohan who played key role in NASA's Mars Rover landing

Mohan was the first to confirm that the rover had successfully touched down on the Martian surface after surviving a particularly tricky plunge through the atmosphere of the Red Planet

Published on 20th February 2021
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US team led by Indian-origin scientist develop new system that extracts oxygen from Mars' salty water

The team, led by Vijay Ramani, a professor at the Washington University in the US, examined the new system in a simulated Martian atmosphere at minus 36 degrees Celsius

Published on 1st December 2020

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