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Nouvelles des Amis - Mars Exploration

Latest News - NASA's Mars Exploration Program


Get up-to-the-minute news on Mars missions.


NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Goes Coast-to-Coast to Prep for Launch  Voir?

Read article: NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Goes Coast-to-Coast to Prep for Launch

The agency's first step in returning rocks from Mars just arrived at Kennedy Space Center. The Mars 2020 team now begins readying for a launch to the Red Planet this July.



(12/02/2020 : 01:00)

NASA Prepares for Moon and Mars With New Addition to Its Deep Space Network  Voir?

Read article: NASA Prepares for Moon and Mars With New Addition to Its Deep Space Network

Robotic spacecraft will be able to communicate with the dish using radio waves and lasers.



(11/02/2020 : 01:00)

NASA Administrator Statement on Moon to Mars Initiative, FY 2021 Budget  Voir?

Read article: NASA Administrator Statement on Moon to Mars Initiative, FY 2021 Budget

Jim Bridenstine addresses NASA's ambitious plans for the coming years, including Mars Sample Return.



(10/02/2020 : 01:00)

All About the Laser (and Microphone) Atop Mars 2020, NASA's Next Rover  Voir?

Read article: All About the Laser (and Microphone) Atop Mars 2020, NASA's Next Rover

SuperCam is a rock-vaporizing instrument that will help scientists hunt for Mars fossils.



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Nine Finalists Chosen in NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Naming Contest  Voir?

Read article: Nine Finalists Chosen in NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Naming Contest

Nine finalists have been chosen in the essay contest for K-12 students across U.S. to name NASA's next Mars rover. Now you can help by voting for your favorite.



(21/01/2020 : 01:00)

NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Closer to Getting Its Name  Voir?

Read article: NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Closer to Getting Its Name

155 students from across the U.S. have been chosen as semifinalists in NASA's essay contest to name the Mars 2020 rover, and see it launch from Cape Canaveral this July.



(13/01/2020 : 01:00)

Media Get a Close-Up of NASA's Mars 2020 Rover  Voir?

Read article: Media Get a Close-Up of NASA's Mars 2020 Rover

The clean room at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory was open to the media to see NASA's next Mars explorer before it leaves for Florida in preparation for a summertime launch.



(27/12/2019 : 01:00)

Space History Is Made in This NASA Robot Factory  Voir?

Read article: Space History Is Made in This NASA Robot Factory

From rockets to rovers, JPL's Spacecraft Assembly Facility has been at the center of robotic spaceflight. Here's a closer look at what makes it so special.



(23/12/2019 : 01:00)

NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Completes Its First Drive  Voir?

Read article: NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Completes Its First Drive

In a 10-plus-hour marathon, the rover steered, turned and drove in 3-foot (1-meter) increments over small ramps.



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NASA's Treasure Map for Water Ice on Mars  Voir?

Read article: NASA's Treasure Map for Water Ice on Mars

A new study identifies frozen water just below the Martian surface, where astronauts could easily dig it up.



(10/12/2019 : 01:00)

Two Rovers to Roll on Mars Again: Curiosity and Mars 2020  Voir?

Read article: Two Rovers to Roll on Mars Again: Curiosity and Mars 2020

They look like twins. But under the hood, the rover currently exploring the Red Planet and the one launching there this summer have distinct science tools and roles to play.



(10/12/2019 : 01:00)

NASA's Briefcase-Size MarCO Satellite Picks Up Honors  Voir?

Read article: NASA's Briefcase-Size MarCO Satellite Picks Up Honors

The twin spacecraft, the first of their kind to fly into deep space, earn a Laureate from Aviation Week & Space Technology.



(27/11/2019 : 01:00)

Global Storms on Mars Launch Dust Towers Into the Sky  Voir?

Read article: Global Storms on Mars Launch Dust Towers Into the Sky

A Mars Dust Tower Stands Out Dust storms are common on Mars. But every decade or so, something unpredictable happens: a series of runaway storms break out, covering the entire planet in a dusty haze.



(26/11/2019 : 01:00)

NASA Updates Mars 2020 Mission Environmental Review  Voir?

Read article: NASA Updates Mars 2020 Mission Environmental Review

NASA and the Department of Energy have completed a more detailed risk analysis for the Mars 2020 rover launch from Florida.



(21/11/2019 : 01:00)

Two of a Space Kind: Apollo 12 and Mars 2020  Voir?

Read article: Two of a Space Kind: Apollo 12 and Mars 2020

Apollo 12 and the upcoming Mars 2020 mission may be separated by half a century, but they share several goals unique in the annals of space exploration.



(20/11/2019 : 01:00)

Mars Scientists Investigate Ancient Life in Australia  Voir?

Read article: Mars Scientists Investigate Ancient Life in Australia

Teams with NASA's Mars 2020 and ESA's ExoMars practiced hunting for fossilized microbial life in the Australian Outback in preparation for their Red Planet missions.



(15/11/2019 : 01:00)

NASA's Mars 2020 Will Hunt for Microscopic Fossils  Voir?

Read article: NASA's Mars 2020 Will Hunt for Microscopic Fossils

A new paper identifies a ring of minerals at the rover's landing site that are ideal for fossilizing microbial life.



(12/11/2019 : 01:00)

With Mars Methane Mystery Unsolved, Curiosity Serves Scientists a New One: Oxygen  Voir?

Read article: With Mars Methane Mystery Unsolved, Curiosity Serves Scientists a New One: Oxygen

For the first time in the history of space exploration, scientists have measured the seasonal changes in the gases that fill the air directly above the surface of Gale Crater on Mars.



(12/11/2019 : 01:00)

NASA's Mars 2020 Heads Into the Test Chamber  Voir?

Read article: NASA's Mars 2020 Heads Into the Test Chamber

In this time-lapse video taken at JPL, engineers move the Mars 2020 rover into a large vacuum chamber for testing in Mars-like environmental conditions.



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InSight's 'Mole' Team Peers into the Pit  Voir?

Read article: InSight's 'Mole' Team Peers into the Pit

Efforts to save the heat probe continue.



(06/11/2019 : 01:00)

Common Questions about InSight's 'Mole'  Voir?

Read article: Common Questions about InSight's 'Mole'

There's a new plan to get InSight's "mole" moving again. The following Q&As with two members of the team answer some of the most common questions about the burrowing device, part of a science instrument called the Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package (HP3).



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