Friday, 6 January 2017

What goes up: The year in space, 2016

2016 was a busy year in space with new Mars missions launched, a NASA probe saying hello to Jupiter, and the most ambitious comet exploration mission drawing to a close. It was a year when NASA geared up for the return of astronauts to deep space, and technological milestones reached in new launch vehicles followed by frustrating setbacks. And it was the year when we said goodbye to the last of the Mercury Seven astronauts. So join us as we look back on the highlights of the year in space, 2016.

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Category: Space

Curiosity Rover

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