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What ‘Chu Know About Juno?

It’s been five years since Juno launched from Cape Canaveral. Once it enters its polar orbit, we’re going to learn so much about the make-up of the planet, as well as key scientific findings that will help us better understand how planets and solar systems form.
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Final concept of a habitat on Mars from the Red Works 3D team. Photo: Red Works 3D

If You Build It…

If we’re going to work and live on Mars, we need a place to live. What if we could build a habitat when we get there?
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Mars Space Camp. Photo: Lockheed Martin
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Planning A Mars Base Camp

Tony Antonelli spent 24 days in space as a shuttle pilot, working on building the International Space Station. Now, he’s the chief technologist for Lockheed Martin’s civil exploration division. And he’s working on building the next space station, this one bound for Mars.
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We’re On The Hunt For Exoplanets

NASA’s Kepler telescope discovered 1,284 new planets outside our solar system. They’re called exoplanets and the total count is now more than 3,000 confirmed planets. The telescope is only looking at a tiny fraction of the sky. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite — or TESS for short — is the next chapter in the search for other planets.
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