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Mired in dust on the afternoon of June 10, 2018, NASA’s Opportunity rover received a final command from Earth. The reply was grim.
By Rebecca Boyle, Scientific American
Though diplomats offered few details, talks in Geneva over Iran's nuclear programs were described as "substantive" and "forward-looking," giving negotiators the opportunity to discuss questions and clarify their positions in greater depth than before. Ray Suarez reports.
Opening the Door for Low-Income Students to Overcome 'Aristocracy' of Higher Ed…
To Lower Dropout Rates, Finding Potential Where Support Systems Are Lacking…
By News Desk
With the youngest and most ambitious Mars rover yet zipping toward its final destination, we thought it appropriate to pause and take a look back at Curiosity's new home and robot brethren.
Tens of millions of Chinese villagers have moved to the cities in China, but they find living conditions harsh and establishing meaningful relations difficult. Because of the Household Registration System, they have fewer rights than those born in the cities.
Hari caught up Richard Cook of Mars Science Laboratory to discuss the upcoming launch.
By PBS NewsHour
More than four years after its expected demise, the Mars rover Opportunity continues to send back valuable data as it crawls across the planet's surface.
Nations with leaders who are keenly affected by their own decisions may weather crises better than those whose leaders are further removed, according to author Jared Diamond. Diamond discusses his new book "Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed"…
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