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European Space Agency - News, Features, and Slideshows
Taking a page from NASA's rocket powered landing craft from it most recent Mars landing mission, the European Space Agency is showing off a quadcopter that the organization says can steer itself to smoothly lower a rover onto a safe patch of the rocky Martian surface.
Lizard-like robots with sticky feet may one day work on spacecraft like the International Space Station, saving astronauts from making as many dangerous spacewalks.
The International Space Station hit a major milestone today, marking 15 years in space.
After spending 166 days in space, three astronauts returned to Earth in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft.
About 10 months from now, NASA's Mars robotic rovers and orbiters are slated to be getting some company.
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