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NASA Tests ‘Pumpkin Suits’ to be worn by Crew for Asteroid Mission

NASA Tests ‘Pumpkin Suits’ to be worn by Crew for Asteroid MissionAccording to a new report, NASA is planning to step on asteroid. In order to make their plan successful, NASA has taken the first step to test `Pumpkin Suit' to be worn by the crew on their Asteroid Mission.

NASA Tests Lighter and More Mobile 'Pumpkin Suit' for its First Ever Mission to Lasso Asteroid

NASA Tests Lighter and More Mobile 'Pumpkin Suit' for its First Ever Mission to Lasso Asteroid NASA engineers are testing an improved version of the pumpkin-orange Advanced Crew Escape System (ACES). These are worn by space shuttle astronauts at the time of launch and re-entry for use by future crew in the Orion spacecraft.

Mars Shows Signs of Freshwater Habitable Lake

Mars Shows Signs of Freshwater Habitable LakeAccording to a new report by NASA officials, Curiosity rover has discovered some signs of freshwater lake, which they believe to be about billions of years ago. Scientists suspect this lake supports signs for the existence of live on the Red Planet.

2 Super-Massive Black Holes Found in a Remote Galaxy

2 Super-Massive Black Holes Found in a Remote GalaxyTwo super-massive black holes have been found in a remote galaxy that is said to be around 3.8 billion light years from Earth. Both are present in such a way that it seems that they have circled each other like dance partners.

NASA Spacecraft poised to Launch for Clues on Mars

NASA Spacecraft poised to Launch for Clues on MarsAccording to a latest report, NASA is all set to launch its latest orbiter to the Red planet. This orbiter will be sent on a hunt for clues about why Mars has lost its earlier atmosphere.

According to researchers, the launch of the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) is likely to take place on Monday at about 1:28 pm. This spacecraft will be launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida during a two-hour launch window.

MAVEN orbiter all set to launch for Mars

MAVEN orbiter all set to launch for MarsMAVEN, another Mars orbiter, will now set out towards the red planet which will enable researchers to uncover the story behind The Great Escape, which is the vanishing of a thick, wet air that changed over the planet from a generally warm, wet planet possibly friendly for life to an icy, dry, pale-red spot in the night sky.

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