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Space.com

On This Day in Space: March 27, 1989: Phobos 2 mission to Mars moon ends in failureOn March 27, 1989, the Soviet Union's Phobos 2 mission to Mars' moons ended in failure. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series!

03/27/2020

Space.com

SpaceX stacks third Starship prototype ahead of testing (photos)The latest test version of the Mars-colonizing Starship spacecraft, called the SN3, has been stacked at SpaceX's South Texas facilities, new photos tweeted out by company founder and CEO Elon Musk show.

03/27/2020

Space.com

NASAWhen NASA's Perseverance Mars rover launches this summer, lots of folks here on Earth will be along for the ride.

03/27/2020

Space.com

NASAA NASA Orion crew capsule has made it to its Florida launch site ahead of a landmark 2021 mission around the moon.

03/27/2020

Space.com

In the fifth episode of "Cosmos: Possible Worlds," host Neil deGrasse Tyson explores the evolution of consciousness and the human mind's connection to the cosmos.

03/27/2020

ESA Top News

Space data adds to the fun for music fansDevotees of electronic music are snapping up space-enabled creative content as they collect unique digital keepsakes and access the latest releases.As music concerts across the world are cancelled or postponed, artists and record labels are exploring new ways to deliver personalised content experiences to fans in their homesCompanies that had previously specialised in adding a digital layer to real-life experiences have switched to using their platforms to deliver personalised mementos.

03/27/2020

ESA Top News

Coronavirus lockdown leading to drop in pollution across EuropeNew data, based on observations from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite, are showing strong reductions in nitrogen dioxide concentrations over several major cities across Europe – including Paris, Madrid and Rome.

03/27/2020

ESA Top News

Earth from Space: Rice fields, VietnamVideo: 00:03:05 In this week's edition of the Earth from Space programme, the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission takes us over part of the Mekong Delta – a major rice-producing region in southwest Vietnam.See also Rice fields, Vietnam to download the image.

03/27/2020

ESA Top News

Rice fields, VietnamImage: The Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission takes us over part of the Mekong Delta – a major rice-producing region in southwest Vietnam.

03/27/2020

ESA Operations

Keeping our eyes on Earth openKeeping our eyes on Earth open

03/27/2020