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Gravity Assist Podcast: Exploring Mars, with Steve Squyres (Jul 2018) The Gravity Assist Podcast is hosted by NASA’s Chief Scientist . them. Jim Green: The next big rover that NASA is building is Mars 2020. What do you think it’s going to find? Steve Squyres: What int
Gravity Assist Podcast: InSight, with Bruce Banerdt (since Jun, 2018) Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech The Gravity Assist Podcast is hosted by NASA’s Chief Scientist, Jim Green, who each week talks to some of . And then, how thick is the crust, what’s its mineralogical compos
NASA Chooses Its Next Chief Scientist: Jim Green (some months now) Space.com Space.com NASA has tapped Jim Green to be its next chief scientist, agency officials announced today (April 10). Green, who has headed NASA’s Planetary Sciences Division since August 2006, will begin his new job on May 1. He will succeed Gale Allen, who has been .
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NASA selects planetary science director as new chief scientist (some months now) SpaceNews SpaceNews WASHINGTON — The longtime director of NASA’s planetary science division will become the agency’s next chief scientist next month, NASA announced April 10. In a statement, NASA said that Jim Green, who has served as director of the planetary science .
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The 39 most powerful female engineers of 2018 (since Jun, 2018) Markets Insider Markets Insider For all the arm waving about the lack of women in STEM professions, the truth is, there are some powerful role-model female engineers having fabulous careers and creating tech used by millions, if not billions of people everyday. And every year .
NASA Gives ‘Go’ for InSight Mars Lander Launch, Visible or Not (many weeks now) Space.com Space.com NASA’s next Mars-bound spacecraft is ready to launch — even if there is a better than likely chance that no one will be able to see it when it leaves the ground. . “If they choose to do so, we may be able to not have to even monitor that constraint .
Nasa Mars lander InSight prepares to launch on mission to pave the way for human exploration (many weeks now) Telegraph.co.uk Telegraph.co.uk If all goes as planned, the lander should settle on the Red Planet on November 26. Its name, InSight, is short for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport. Nasa chief scientist Jim Green said experts already know .
Gravity Assist Podcast: InSight, with Bruce Banerdt (since Jun, 2018) Space.com Space.com The Gravity Assist Podcast is hosted by NASA’s Chief Scientist, Jim Green, who each week talks to some of the greatest planetary scientists on the planet, giving a guided tour through the Solar System and beyond in the process. This week, he’s joined .
Where Will NASA Go Next? Saturn’s Moon Titan, or Maybe a Comet (months ago) Scientific American Scientific American Each finalist team will receive $4 million to firm up its concept by mid-2019, when NASA will choose one to fully develop as the fourth member of the space agency’s “New Frontiers” program. Previous New Frontiers . According to Jim Green, head of . NASA’s Choice: Visit Ancient Comet — Or Saturn Moon?Forbes NASA selects comet and Titan missions as New Frontiers finalistsSpaceNews NASA reveals finalists for next New Frontiers robotic mission: Saturn’s moon Titan or Rosetta spacecraft’s cometPhys.Org New York Times – The Register – NASA all 135 news articles »
NASA to allow nuclear power systems for next Discovery mission … (since Mar, 2018) SpaceNews SpaceNews Citing progress in producing plutonium-238, NASA will allow those proposing missions for an upcoming planetary science competition to use nuclear power.
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NASA launches InSight spacecraft to Mars to dig down deep (many weeks now) The Times of Israel The Times of Israel “This mission will probe the interior of another terrestrial planet, giving us an idea of the size of the core, the mantle, the crust, and our ability then to compare that with the Earth,” said NASA’s chief scientist Jim Green. “This is of fundamental .
Nasa’s Atlas 5 blasts off with Mars lander (many weeks now) Deccan Herald Deccan Herald If all goes as planned, the lander should settle on the Red Planet on November 26. Its name, InSight, is short for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport. NASA chief scientist Jim Green said experts already know .
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