Netherlands based non-profit organization Mars One has signed a deal with space-funding company Uwingu to use a new "People`s Map of Mars" for all of its missions to the Red planet.
After years of naming landmarks on the Red Planet by themselves, space mission rover teams now wants the public to get involved in Mars exploration much the same way.
Preliminary data from the NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity indicate that the Gale Crater landing site might be drier than expected.
Day in Pics: 3rd September
Showbiz World - September 3, 2014
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