As many of you know, a large area of our group’s research is based around extra-terrestrial materials; interplanetary dust particles, meteorites and lunar rocks to name just a few. As such, we are highly interested in the future of manned … Continue reading
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Tagged Asteroids, Lunar, Lunar exploration, Lunar rocks, Mars, Missions, Moon, moon rocks, NASA, Planetary Science, Space Exploration
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Today will hopefully mark a great day for lunar science and space exploration!! China’s Chang’e 3 mission was scheduled to launch at 1.30am Monday morning (17.30 Sunday, British time). If the mission is successful it will be the first time … Continue reading
Tagged Chang'e 3, Chang'e 3 latest, China, Exploration, Lunar, Lunar exploration, lunar lander, lunar rover, Mission to the Moon, Moon, Space Exploration
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Hello! Over the last month or so I and a few of the other interns have been able to experience some of the big attraction around Houston. Now by big attractions I am speaking mainly about NASA’s amazing Johnson Space … Continue reading
Tagged Apollo, Apollo 13, Exploration, Jim Lovell, Johnson Space Center, LPI, Lunar, Mission Control, NASA, NASA LPI, Orion, Rocket Park, Saturn V, Space, Space center Houston, Tom Hanks
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Houston, we have liftoff – welcome to my first ever blog! My name is Dayl Martin and I am a current undergraduate student at the University of Manchester. I have just completed my third year of the four year MEarthSci … Continue reading