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NASA’s MAVEN Mission Features Mars As A World Of Enchanting Oceans

NASA reports state that in ancient times, Mars had an atmosphere that was thick enough to support the liquid bodies in the planet like oceans, as it was warm enough, which means it is an essential ingredient to support life.

A deep-space craft dinner in space? Mars food Mission plans astronaut nourishment in space !

What about a dinner served aboard a Mars bound space craft multi million miles away from Mother Earth? At one time this was an impossible thought, but Astronauts in space flying towards the red planet, today or tomorrow are going to need loads of food for their sustenance. As weight is a big issue in space travel, cooking a meal on the space craft is going to be an extraordinary test for the astronauts on this assignment.

Solar-powered Juno ready for Jupiter mission

NASAs unmanned spacecraft ‘Juno’ is all set to embark on its mission to peer through the stormy clouds of Jupiter.

Endeavour leaves ISS, heads home for the last time

The space shuttle Endeavour, after having completed its mission, undocked from the International Space Station (ISS) at 11:55 pm EDT Sunday.

NASA gears up for Atlantis' final launch

NASA has set the target of Atlantis' historic final shuttle launch from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Friday, July 8 at around 11:40 a.m. EDT.

Astronauts back in Florida for Endeavour’s final mission on May 16

The crew of Endeavour's STS-134 mission led by Commander Mark Kelly is back at Kennedy Space Center in Florida to prepare for the Monday morning 8:56 a.m. launch of NASA's next-to-last space shuttle flight into the orbit.

Space shuttle Discovery takes off on final mission

NASA's space shuttle Discovery rocketed into orbit for the final time on its mission to International Space Station (ISS) Thursday.

Mock Mars mission reaches planet's orbit

The Mars500 mission spacecraft with five astronauts has finally entered the orbit of Mars after a grueling interplanetary flight. It will soon land on the red planet on Feb. 12.

Discovery's main spacewalker injured in accident

In what could upset NASA's upcoming Discovery mission, Tim Kopra, an astronaut slated to launch space shuttle next month, has been injured in a bicycle accident Saturday.

This Just In: Upgrades and Downgrades

 At The Motley Fool, we poke plenty of fun at Wall Street analysts and their endless cycle of upgrades, downgrades, and "initiating coverage at neutral." So you might think we'd be the last people to give virtual ink to such "news." And we would be -- if that were all we were doing.