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Artists concept of an ascent vehicle leaving Mars
Artists concept of an ascent vehicle leaving Mars
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Robonaut 2 poses atop its new wheeled base, Centaur 2
Robonaut 2 poses atop its new wheeled base, Centaur 2
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A concept of possible activities during future space exploration missions
A concept of possible activities during future space exploration missions
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A robotic probe drills into the surface of an asteroid as a meteorite strikes nearby
A robotic probe drills into the surface of an asteroid as a meteorite strikes nearby
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Astronauts release a weather balloon on the surface of Titan
Astronauts release a weather balloon on the surface of Titan
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Artists concept of NASAs Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover
Artists concept of NASAs Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover
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Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity inside Endurance Crater
Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity inside Endurance Crater
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A pair of astronauts perform an inspection of a manned Mars lander
A pair of astronauts perform an inspection of a manned Mars lander
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Two explorers collect rock samples to take back to their Mars habitat
Two explorers collect rock samples to take back to their Mars habitat
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Curiosity rover descending into Gale Crater on Mars
Curiosity rover descending into Gale Crater on Mars
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A Mars ascent vehicle starting a sample of Mars rocks on their trip to Earth
A Mars ascent vehicle starting a sample of Mars rocks on their trip to Earth
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NASAs Curiosity rover samples a rock on the floor of Gale Crater
NASAs Curiosity rover samples a rock on the floor of Gale Crater
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Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity inside Endurance Crater Featured Image

Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity inside Endurance Crater

This synthetic image of the Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover inside Endurance Crater was produced using Virtual Presence in Space technology. Developed at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, this technology combines visualization and image processing tools with Hollywood-style special effects. The image was created using a photorealistic model of the rover and an approximately full-color mosaic. The size of the rover in the image is approximately correct and was based on the size of the rover tracks in the mosaic. Because this synthesis provides viewers with a sense of their own virtual presence (as if they were there themselves), such views can be useful to mission teams by enhancing perspective and a sense of scale. Opportunity captured the underlying view of Burns Cliff after driving right to the base of this southeastern portion of the inner wall of Endurance Crater. The view combines frames taken by Opportunity's panoramic camera between the rover's 287th and 294th martian days (November 13 to 20, 2004). This is a composite of 46 different images, each acquired in seven different Pancam filters. It is an approximately true-color rendering generated from the panoramic camera's 750-nanometer, 530-nanometer and 430-nanometer filters. The mosaic spans more than 180 degrees side to side. Because of this wide-angle view, the cliff walls appear to bulge out toward the camera. In reality the walls form a gently curving, continuous surface

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Lunar cycler centrifuge
Lunar cycler centrifuge
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Mars Science Laboratory
Mars Science Laboratory
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Artist concept of NASAs Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover
Artist concept of NASAs Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover
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A reusable lunar shuttle prepares to dock with a lunar cycler
A reusable lunar shuttle prepares to dock with a lunar cycler
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Artists rendition of Mars Rover
Artists rendition of Mars Rover
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Mars Science Laboratory travels near a canyon on Mars
Mars Science Laboratory travels near a canyon on Mars
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A deep space tracking station on an alien planet
A deep space tracking station on an alien planet
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Two intrepid explorers discuss the next phase of their exploration of Mars
Two intrepid explorers discuss the next phase of their exploration of Mars
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Apollo 17 Panorama
Apollo 17 Panorama
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Asteroid Lander departs from Deep Space Vehicle
Asteroid Lander departs from Deep Space Vehicle
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An artists depiction of a lunar base on a barren moon
An artists depiction of a lunar base on a barren moon
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An explorer departs a manned rover ina martian canyon
An explorer departs a manned rover ina martian canyon
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Lunar cycler centrifuge Featured Image

Lunar cycler centrifuge

A living quarters module, secured to the end of a centrifuge boom, swings into the foreground while an unmanned cargo ship prepares to dock in the upper left. Both are falling toward the moon at a leisurely 1, 500 miles per hour. On the upper right abutting the orange propellant tanks, is the blue glow of one of the cycler's four ion engines. These engines may be all that's required to maintain the long-term integrity of the cycler's orbit.
Studies have shown that human health can suffer in the absence of gravity. Physiological hazards include loss of bone mass and diminished cardiovascular performance. While regular exercise can mitigate microgravity's deleterious effects, it may be determined that the best therapy would be a simulated gravity environment. Unfortunately nature appears to offer few options for simulating gravity, however a technologically feasible solution would be the employment of a centrifuge.
A centrifuge is a mechanical device that puts an object in rotation around a fixed axis, resulting in a gravity-simulating force perpendicular to the axis. Small scale centrifuges are used on Earth to quickly separate substances of varying density. In the microgravity of space, a large centrifuge could be constructed, not to separate substances, but to simulate gravity for human occupants. In the image above envisions a centrifuge with two booms, each with a radius of 100 feet, and each secured to a living quarters module with accommodations for six. A rotation rate of two revolutions per minute would generate a force equal to one-sixth the gravitational force at the Earth's surface, which happens to be that of the moon's.
Given the enormous engineering challenges, it would have to be demonstrated that even a force of one-sixth the Earth's gravity would go a long way toward ensuring human health. (Of course, larger centrifuges have been envisioned, from the massive two-wheeled space station in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, to a tethered version with a radius of a half-mile under consideration for Mars missions.)
While spinning a centrifuge at a faster rate would simulate a greater gravitational force, in this case the 100 foot radius would result in a force gradient that could cause its own physiological hazard, i.e., standing humans would experience a noticeably greater gravitational-like force at their feet than at their heads

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NASAs Curiosity Mars rover on planet Mars
NASAs Curiosity Mars rover on planet Mars
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A rover explores the surface of a rocky and barren moon
A rover explores the surface of a rocky and barren moon
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A rover explores a rocky, barren moon
A rover explores a rocky, barren moon
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K-10 Rover Black
K-10 Rover Black
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Mars Exploration Rover Spirit in Gusev Crater
Mars Exploration Rover Spirit in Gusev Crater
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An artists depiction of the close pass of comet C/2013 A1 over Mars
An artists depiction of the close pass of comet C/2013 A1 over Mars
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Curiosity the Mars Mountaineer
Curiosity the Mars Mountaineer
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View of a 1-G Lunar Rover Vehicle
View of a 1-G Lunar Rover Vehicle
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K-10 Rover Red
K-10 Rover Red
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Mars outpost near mesa
Mars outpost near mesa
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Soyuz deep space explorer docked begins to leave Earth orbit
Soyuz deep space explorer docked begins to leave Earth orbit
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The rover and descent stage for NASAs Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft
The rover and descent stage for NASAs Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft
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NASAs Curiosity Mars rover on planet Mars Featured Image

NASAs Curiosity Mars rover on planet Mars

April 27, 2014 - NASA's Curiosity Mars rover used the camera at the end of its arm in April and May 2014 to take dozens of component images combined into this self-portrait where the rover drilled into a sandstone target called Windjana. The camera is the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI).
Winjana is within a science waypoint site called The Kimberley, where sandstone layers with different degrees of resistance to wind erosion are exposed close together.
The view does not include the rover's arm. It does include the hole in Windjana produced by the hammering drill on Curiosity's arm collecting a sample of rock powder from the interior of the rock. The hole is surrounded by grayish cuttings on top of the rock ledge to the left of the rover. The Mast Camera (Mastcam) atop the rover's remote sensing mast is pointed at the drill hole

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NASAs new lunar truck prototype
NASAs new lunar truck prototype
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A scorched space capsule lies abandoned on a barren world
A scorched space capsule lies abandoned on a barren world
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An astronaut works with his rover while exploring a barren moon
An astronaut works with his rover while exploring a barren moon
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Illustration of astronauts exploring the surface of Saturns moon Titan during a blizzard
Illustration of astronauts exploring the surface of Saturns moon Titan during a blizzard
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Machines arriving on an alien world which is about to be colonized
Machines arriving on an alien world which is about to be colonized
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A team of explorers from Earth exploring Mars ancient monuments
A team of explorers from Earth exploring Mars ancient monuments
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A deep space tracking station on an alien planet operated by androids
A deep space tracking station on an alien planet operated by androids
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A colony being established on an alien red planet
A colony being established on an alien red planet
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A human tracking station on a distant alien planet in the distant future
A human tracking station on a distant alien planet in the distant future
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All-terrain vehicles embark on an exploratory mission across Mars
All-terrain vehicles embark on an exploratory mission across Mars
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Two Special Forces personnel draw their guns on a distant planet
Two Special Forces personnel draw their guns on a distant planet
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Artists concept of a proposed Mars sample return mission
Artists concept of a proposed Mars sample return mission
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