The NASA helicopter on Mars, the first to ever fly on another planet, has concluded its long mission due to damage to its rotor.

Designed to fly just five times over 30 days, NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter lasted nearly three years, soaring across the surface of Mars and logging 72 flights before a hard or tilted landing that damaged one or more rotors forced flight controllers to finally bring the marathon mission to a close. Teddy Tzanetos, the Ingenuity project

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A video captures a small asteroid blazing through the sky over eastern Germany.

Early Sunday morning, a small asteroid entered the Earth’s atmosphere and disintegrated while passing through the skies above eastern Germany. Videos shared on social media throughout the day showed the glowing object’s descent over Europe, shortly after the Hungarian researcher and self-described “asteroid hunter” Krisztián Sárneczky spotted it from an observatory in Hungary. Sárneczky is

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A commercial crew, including the first Turkish citizen to go to space, successfully attaches to the International Space Station.

An independently chartered Crew Dragon spacecraft from SpaceX successfully caught up with the object.International Space Station On the morning of Saturday, the spacecraft smoothly docked with the orbital outpost, bringing a four-person crew to conduct a two-week commercial research mission. Michael López-Alegría, a former astronaut with NASA, served as the commander of the Crew Dragon.

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A group of international astronauts launches on the third commercial trip to the space station operated by a Houston-based company.

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched on Thursday carrying the most diverse crew to ever visit the International Space Station. This mission, planned and trained for over several months, will last for two weeks and is the third fully commercial flight to the orbital outpost. Retired NASA astronaut Michael López-Alegría and Italian co-pilot Walter Villadei

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SpaceX has decided to postpone their commercial space station launch in order to thoroughly review all pre-launch data.

Third commercial crew mission The scheduled trip to the International Space Station has been postponed to Wednesday in order to complete necessary pre-flight data evaluations. The flight, arranged by Axiom Space from Houston, will now take place on Thursday following the completion of final analysis. The flight’s four-person crew, consisting of retired astronaut Michael López-Alegría,

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Astrobotic announced that their Peregrine lunar lander will not be able to successfully land on the moon as originally planned due to a leak in its propellant system.

The lunar lander from the United States is at risk. The U.S. spacecraft named “Peregrine” is in danger shortly after being launched and it is now 6:35 AM. a project under the Peregrine Mission One, is a small spacecraft designed to land on the moon and deliver payloads. The Peregrin lunar lander is a small

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