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Failed Mars missions: A brief history
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On November 26th, NASA's InSight mission will land on Mars. That's the plan anyway. Something like half of all Mars missions have failed, usually well before they approached the Red Planet, either because of launch failure or some error on its outward ...
NASA selects Jezero Crater for Mars 2020 landing siteAstronomy Now Online
Jezero Crater Selected as Landing Site for Mars 2020 RoverSky & Telescope
AP, HHMI expand collaboration to bolster health, science coverage - Associated PressAssociated Press

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Virgin Orbit rocket completes first flight strapped to the wing of an airplane
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A Successful Test Flight Virgin Orbit, a spinoff of Virgin Galactic, flew its LauncherOne rocket for the first time ever this past Sunday, November 18. The company performed the test flight with the 21-meter rocket strapped to the wing of a modified ...

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Sydney astronomers discover 'Apep' star system ready for supernova
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Sydney astronomers have discovered a unique star system 8000 light years away that's about to explode in a supernova. University of Sydney astronomers, working with international colleagues, say it's the first known star system in our Milky Way galaxy ...
Binary star system Apep could explode in a spectacular gamma-ray ...USA TODAY
Astronomers find 'doomed' star on the brink of massive supernova explosionMetro
Doomed 'pinwheel' star system to explode in spectacular gamma-ray blast, study saysCBS 8 San Diego
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