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Want to visit Mars? NASA has something planned for you
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Want to visit Mars? NASA has something planned for you

It may take years for the first human to step on Mars, but the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has come up with a unique way for you to mark a visit to the Red Planet.
NASA bids adieu to Opportunity, the indomitable Mars rover
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NASA bids adieu to Opportunity, the indomitable Mars rover

Eight months after it fell silent during a dust storm sweeping across Mars, NASA, on Wednesday, bid an emotional farewell to its Opportunity rover, and declared it officially dead.
How much will a Mars trip cost you? Musk answers
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How much will a Mars trip cost you? Musk answers

Elon Musk's vision of colonizing Mars is no secret, but the question of how much a trip to Mars would cost an average person has long been looming heavy.
#Starship: Elon Musk unveils SpaceX's 'super-heavy' spaceship
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#Starship: Elon Musk unveils SpaceX's 'super-heavy' spaceship

SpaceX has developed a humongous 'super-heavy' rocket called 'Starship'.
You can listen the sound of winds on Mars' surface
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You can listen the sound of winds on Mars' surface

NASA's InSight lander has recorded the sound of winds blowing on the surface of Mars.
Touchdown! NASA's InSight robot sets foot on Mars: Details here
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Touchdown! NASA's InSight robot sets foot on Mars: Details here

After traveling through deep space for over six months, NASA's InSight lander has finally reached its destination - Mars.
SpaceX's Big Falcon Rocket will be called 'Starship,' says Musk
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SpaceX's Big Falcon Rocket will be called 'Starship,' says Musk

Starting today, SpaceX's Big Falcon Rocket, aka BFR, will be called 'Starship'.
Research: Mars might be capable of supporting life even now
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Research: Mars might be capable of supporting life even now

While there has been a lot of speculation about whether Mars once harbored life, new research now suggests that the Red Planet might be capable of supporting life even today.
Today, you can see Mars with naked eyes: Details here
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Today, you can see Mars with naked eyes: Details here

July has already been a great month for stargazers, and it's set to end with a bang.

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