Saturday, August 23, 2014

Saturday in Space - Rover Wear, Space Plankton, & Sailing Past Triton

Over on theverge.com, they take a "Look at what two years on Mars did to the Curiosity Rover."  Read more here.


Russian scientists have made a curious discovery of sea plankton on the outside of the International Space Station.  Read more here.  Over on Forbes, they outline the debate that this has sparked here.


NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft sailed past Neptune's moon Triton back in 1989 and they've taken the data to produce a video of what that flyby would look like.  It's been uploaded to the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory YouTube channel.  Enjoy.


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