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Video and audio podcasts from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory feature the latest news on space and science findings from JPL and NASA. Topics include discoveries made by spacecraft studying planets in our solar system, including Mars, Saturn and our home planet, Earth. Missions also study stars and galaxies in our universe. Other topics cover tips for amateur astronomers and updates from the Mars Rover and Cassini missions.
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What are the skywatching highlights of February 2020?
After 16 years of unveiling the infrared universe, NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has left a singular legacy.
A new NASA-funded planet-hunting instrument has been installed on the WIYN telescope, on Arizona’s Kitt Peak.
What are the skywatching highlights of January 2020?
On Dec. 17, 2019, engineers took NASA’s next Mars rover for its first spin.
What can you see in the December sky? Beautiful pairings of Venus, Saturn and Mars with the crescent Moon throughout the month, at sunrise and sunset.
Could Mars ever have supported life?
See how the odd orbits Neptune's inner moons Naiad and Thalassa enable them to avoid each other, as they race around the planet. Researchers call it a "dance of avoidance."
Highlights of the November sky include how to watch as Mercury transits the Sun.
NASA's InSight lander on Mars is trying to use its robotic arm to get the mission’s heat flow probe, or mole, digging again.
What can you see in the October sky?
What's Up for September? Following the crescent Moon, the September equinox and — wait — where did Mars go?
See NASA’s next Mars rover quite literally coming together inside a clean room at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
The Mars 2020 Rover is preparing to launch to the Red Planet in July 2020, but it doesn't have a name yet.
In the August sky, look for the "shooting stars" of the annual Perseid meteor shower for some stargazing delights.
A team of engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, install the legs and wheels — otherwise known as the mobility suspension — on the Mars 2020 rover.
LEMUR belongs to a new generation of robots being built by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory that can crawl, walk and even climb rock walls.
The Mars 2020 mission is facing the most challenging landing yet on the Red Planet.
What's Up - July 2019

What's Up - July 2019

2019-07-0103:19

As NASA marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, here are five things to know about the Moon that you can share with others.
Can we fly on Mars? The laws of physics may say it's near impossible, but actually flying a heavier-than-air vehicle on the Red Planet is much harder than that.
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