Daily Archives: 02.11.2019

Antares Launches NG-12 ISS Resupply Mission, Honors Moonwalker Alan Bean

Liftoff of Northrop Grumman’s Antares rocket from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia at 9:59am ET Nov 2, 2019, sending their Cygnus cargo vehicle to deliver about 8,200 pounds of cargo and supplies to the ISS for NASA. Photo: Oliver Pelham Burn / AmericaSpace.com Five years to the week since the most dismal moment of its career, an Antares booster ...

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Insight’s ‘Mole’ Drill Faces New Issue, While Curiosity Explores “Ancient Oasis”

Image from InSight showing the “mole” heat probe (the tube on the left) after it jumped about halfway back out of the hole it made while digging. Photo Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech Just as NASA’s InSight team was making progress fixing the lander’s heat probe – the “mole” – a new and potentially quite serious problem has presented itself. After some success ...

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