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Elon Musk reacts to Twitter user’s meme about his ‘Mars Mission’

A Twitter user replied to a poll by Elon Musk with a Mars-related meme that received a response from the tech billionaire.

Elon Musk’s reply to Twitter user’s meme about his ‘Mars plans’ created a buzz.(Reuters)
Elon Musk’s reply to Twitter user’s meme about his ‘Mars plans’ created a buzz.(Reuters)
Published on Nov 25, 2022 06:45 PM IST

Watch: Nasa's module simulating Mars habitat where crew will stay for a year

Nasa informs that the occupants will undergo simulated spacewalks, scientific research, use of virtual reality and robotic controls, and exchanging communications.

Mars Dune Alpha is a 1,700-square-foot module 3D-printed by ICON.(Nasa)
Mars Dune Alpha is a 1,700-square-foot module 3D-printed by ICON.(Nasa)
Published on Nov 11, 2022 07:12 PM IST

Nasa's first and only lander to detect 'Marsquakes' is about to die: Report

InSight lander is the first and only spacecraft to probe Martian earthquakes. It has gathered data on over 1,300 “marsquakes” since arriving on Mars.

InSight spacecraft's latest selfie showing it covered in dust from a storm. (NASA/JPL-Caltech)
InSight spacecraft's latest selfie showing it covered in dust from a storm. (NASA/JPL-Caltech)
Published on Oct 30, 2022 11:29 AM IST

Volcanic activity in Mars's innermost part shaping its surface : Study

The scientists analysed a cluster of more than 20 recent marsquakes that originated in the Cerberus Fossae graben system, a region consisting of a series of rifts or graben.

Mars is the only planet, other than Earth, in which scientists have ground-based rovers, landers and drones.(Photo by Planet Volumes on Unsplash)
Mars is the only planet, other than Earth, in which scientists have ground-based rovers, landers and drones.(Photo by Planet Volumes on Unsplash)
Published on Oct 28, 2022 05:41 PM IST

NASA's InSight lander reveals details on outermost layer of Mars

Researchers said on Thursday the stationary lander for the first time detected seismic waves traveling along the Martian surface, as opposed to deeper in the body of the planet, caused by two space rocks striking Mars in September and December of last year.

View of the NASA Mission Operations Control Center at Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Virginia, U.S.(REUTERS)
View of the NASA Mission Operations Control Center at Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Virginia, U.S.(REUTERS)
Published on Oct 28, 2022 07:47 AM IST
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