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ICYMI: We've announced new funding to support plans for space exploration. 🚀 Proposals could receive up to £500,000 to boost technology to support robotic and human exploration of Low Earth Orbit, the Moon, and Mars. 🌒 Apply now 👇

AI robot dogs could be patrolling the surface of Mars in the not too distant future ⤵️

Three years after NASA's Insight Lander arrived on Mars, its data reveals that the red planet is larger, lighter and has a more liquid core than previously thought. CNN's @KristinFisher  reports.

Card of the Day: 10 of Cups, Mars in Pisces. If you vibe with this card, congratulations. You have found lasting success and happiness in the creative realm. Also, you are conscious of your blessings and feel gratitude to the Universe. This is a blessed state. Beware of excess.

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MARS AND BEYOND | JAPAN's FORAY INTO SPACE The Kyoto University-led initiative aims to help Japan contribute to the development of technologies needed for humans to live far from Earth.

Researchers from ETH Zurich have discovered that the #Martian  crust under the probe’s landing site near the Martian equator is between 15 and 47 kilometres thick. Read more to find out how the interior of Mars looks like:

UK 'first in line' to own Mars land as leading space lawyer 'validates' 12-year claim

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UK 'first in line' to own Mars land as leading space lawyer 'validates' 12-year claim

UK 'first in line' to own Mars land as leading space lawyer 'validates' 12-year claim

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The early evening eastern sky has had an absence of bright planets since Mars appeared in that part of the sky in November. Finally, a bright light appears in the southeast shortly before 10 p.m. and by the end of…

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If we make life multiplanetary, there may come a day when some plants & animals die out on Earth, but are still alive on Mars

Make life multiplanetary! #Mars 

Public support for life on Mars is critical to making it happen

Touchdown confirmed. The Mars' alt='CountdownToMars' /'>#CountdownToMars  is complete, but the mission is just beginning.

Call me old-fashioned, but I think ending poverty and hunger on Earth is more important than colonizing Mars.

When the polio vaccine dropped in 1955 people lined up to get it, & we were 2 years away from artificial satellites. Now in 2021 we carry external world-brains in our pockets & there’s robots on Mars and idiots think the COVID vaccine is full of wizard poison.

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