Ice-homes could shelter our first Martian pioneers
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Ice-homes could shelter our first Martian pioneers

AN ICY-BLUE DOME STANDS AGAINST THE BACKDROP OF A HARSH, RED LANDSCAPE. This mysterious frosty globe guards a band of pioneers against the unforgiving Martian environment. This isn’t a sci-fi story, buddy. This is NASA’s ambitious new concept for living on Mars. While working alongside a group of expert architects and designers from industry and academia, an unlikely material for building these chill-pads was proposed … Continue reading

Fluxgate Magnets, Gravity Science and LEGO: A look into the things on board NASA’s Juno
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Fluxgate Magnets, Gravity Science and LEGO: A look into the things on board NASA’s Juno

JUNO ORBITS JUPITER. After a five-year journey through space, NASA’s space-probe Juno arrived last week at planet Jupiter, the gas-giant, the largest planet in our solar system. NASA’s Mission Juno surveys the northern and southern lights of Jupiter, the planet’s magnetic field, radiation, as well as the secrets that lie beneath Jupiter’s thick swirl of … Continue reading