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MRO: Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's

There are 14 orbiters around Mars but only 6 are operational. NASA makes good stuff, this MRO has reach it's 15th anniversary. Check out the images (through the link below).


Another interesting fact, there have been 56 attempts to reach Mars surface 26 were successful.





Celebrate Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's Views From Above: Marking its 15th anniversary since launch, one of the oldest spacecraft at the Red Planet has provided glimpses of dust devils, avalanches, and more.

NASA News Post #1

These new spacesuits look like they belong in the computer game Halo



Elon Musk is $$$

 NASA certification of SpaceX’s crew transportation system allows the agency to regularly fly astronauts to the space station, ending sole reliance on Russia for space station access.
October for the next launch.

The mission will carry Crew Dragon commander Michael Hopkins, pilot Victor Glover, and mission specialist Shannon Walker, all of NASA, along with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) mission specialist Soichi Noguchi for a six-month science mission aboard the orbiting laboratory following launch from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
They looks super excited. Ready for the next era of space exploration?



NASA, SpaceX Targeting October for Next Astronaut Launch – Commercial Crew Program