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by Joe McCormick | Dec 19, 2014
In some science fiction universes, a quick scan from your EVA suit is all you need to determine if the planet you're visiting is safe. Can we do that in real life?
by Joe McCormick | Nov 21, 2014
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by Joe McCormick | Oct 24, 2014
What is MAVEN and what is it looking for? We take a close look at NASA's spacecraft and what it might tell us about the red planet.
by Joe McCormick | Aug 1, 2014
NASA says the first humans to land on Mars are already walking around on Earth today. How does NASA propose we get there?
by Joe McCormick | Mar 21, 2014
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A new video simulation from NASA shows what Mars may have looked like with a warm atmosphere. Learn more in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Joe McCormick | Aug 8, 2013
Swarm robots could help us explore Mars to find caves. Read more about swarm robots and the caves of Mars in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Lauren Vogelbaum | Jul 26, 2013
Space is trying to kill us. Learn more with Lauren's fabulous round-up of space exploration/murder resources in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
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