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Massive ‘Inland Ocean’ in Mozambique From Tropical Cyclone Idai Seen Before-and
(Mar 2019) It’s a convergence of flooding, cyclones, dams breaking and making a potential wave: everything’s in place so we get a perfect storm . in the clouds in this NASA Modis satellite image from

Superbugs have colonized the International Space Station — but there’s a silver lining
(Mar 2019) A perfect storm Microgravity. Cosmic radiation . we are continuing to analyze the antimicrobial performance of AGXX®, most recently aboard the joint IBMP-NASA SIRIUS 18/9 isolation mission.”

Don Paul: Parts of Midwest still reeling after monster storm
(Mar 2019) In a Forbes magazine article, Marshall Shepherd, atmospheric science chair at the University . “The event was a ‘perfect storm’, similar to a hurricane arriving on the coast at high

NASA is sending a helicopter to Mars – Astronomy Magazine
(Mar 2019) NASA is sending a helicopter to Mars  Astronomy Magazine

In early 2021, a tiny helicopter will land on the Red Planet with the Mars 2020 rover.

Hubble Space Telescope encounters another camera problem – SpaceFlight Insider
(Mar 2019) Hubble Space Telescope encounters another camera problem  SpaceFlight Insider

Just six weeks after recovering from an anomaly with one camera, an error was detected in another camera aboard NASA’s 29-year-old Hubble Space .

Rock and a hard place: InSight experiment encounters setback – SpaceFlight Insider
(Mar 2019) Rock and a hard place: InSight experiment encounters setback  SpaceFlight Insider

Even successful robotic missions can encounter obstacles. This appears to be the case with NASA’s Mars InSight lander and its self-hammering “mole.”

Next-gen Mars rover may use wheels as feet – Cosmos
(Mar 2019) Next-gen Mars rover may use wheels as feet  Cosmos

Robotics engineers are creating new designs for autonomous extraterrestrial rovers that can roll, step, and scuff their wheeled “feet” up sand piles as steep as 28 .

New Results Probe the Origin of “Ultima Thule” – Sky & Telescope
(Mar 2019) New Results Probe the Origin of “Ultima Thule”  Sky & Telescope

Scientists for NASA’s New Horizons mission have gained new insights on how the two-lobed target 2014 MU69 formed in the Kuiper Belt.

March 2019 – Navigating ADS-B Failures | Avionics Digital Edition – Aviation Today
Mar 25th, 2019 15:22 UTC March 2019 – Navigating ADS-B Failures | Avionics Digital Edition  Aviation Today

How are aircraft being modified and upgraded to correctly indicate ADS-B Out failure annunciations — and how should pilots react when they encounter one?

Blink-182′s Tom DeLonge and former Pentagon officials get History Channel show to prove aliens exist – Military Times
(Mar 2019) Blink-182′s Tom DeLonge and former Pentagon officials get History Channel show to prove aliens exist  Military Times

Co-founder and former Blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge is back in the news for reasons once more pertaining to extra terrestrials. DeLonge, who founded To .

NASA’s MAVEN Spacecraft Shrinking its Mars Orbit to Prepare for Mars 2020 Rover – NASA Mars Exploration
(since Feb, 2019) NASA’s MAVEN Spacecraft Shrinking its Mars Orbit to Prepare for Mars 2020 Rover  NASA Mars Exploration

The MAVEN spacecraft today is starting a campaign to tighten its orbit around Mars to prepare to serve as a data-relay satellite for NASA’s Mars 2020 rover, .

NASA Finds Moon Could Be a ‘Chemical Factory’ for Water – NASA Planetary Science
(since Feb, 2019) NASA Finds Moon Could Be a ‘Chemical Factory’ for Water  NASA Planetary Science

When a stream of charged particles known as the solar wind careens onto the Moon’s surface at 450 kilometers per second (or nearly 1 million miles per hour), .

NASA’s InSight Prepares to Take Mars’ Temperature – Jet Propulsion Laboratory
(since Feb, 2019) NASA’s InSight Prepares to Take Mars’ Temperature  Jet Propulsion Laboratory

The lander’s second instrument is on the ground. But its ‘mole’ – a burrowing probe – has a long way to go.

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