Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley returned to Earth in the first water landing by an American space crew since 1975.
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Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley splashed down on Sunday in the Gulf of Mexico in the Crew Dragon spacecraft.
Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are getting ready to splash down after two months in orbit.
The third and final mission to the red planet of the month lifted off on Thursday.
The United States has an unparalleled record of success on the red planet’s surface, but NASA’s engineers aren’t resting on their laurels.
Passengers able to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for a seat can escape gravity for a few minutes.
NASA and the European Space Agency plan to toss rocks from one spacecraft to another before the samples finally land on Earth in 2031.
Jezero crater, the destination of the Perseverance rover, is a promising place to look for evidence of extinct Martian life.
He was pre-eminent in the field of discrete mathematics, coming up with “some really pretty cool stuff.” (He was also a world-class juggler.)
Images of the new phenomenon were captured by Solar Orbiter, a joint European-NASA mission to study the sun.