sep 272012
 
Sailing the Seas of Saturn's Moon Titan

  Humanity has landed a rover on Mars. Now, say scientists, it’s time to land a boat on Titan. This outlandish scenario could become reality, according to engineers presenting their proposals today (27 September 2012) at the European Planetary Science Congress.  Paddle concept for TALISE probe. This rendering of the proposed TALISE probe shows one possible [continue reading]

aug 022012
 
Water Once Flowed from the Southern Highlands of Mars

  ESA’s Mars Express has observed the southern part of a partially buried approximately 440-km wide crater, informally named Ladon basin. The images, near to where Ladon Valles enters this large impact region reveal a variety of features, most notably the double interconnected impact craters Sigli and Shambe, the basins of which are criss-crossed by extensive [continue reading]