Mars helicopter Ingenuity will take part in a test that could be the first-ever demonstration of powered flight on another planet.
Saturn experiences seasons just like the Earth, although they last for significantly longer than those on our planet.
Under the agreement, SpaceX will use thrusters aboard the satellites to make sure they stay out of the way of NASA's space assets.
On March 18, Huang published a video on YouTube titled "Final song before I leave" in which many of the details of his alleged rocket launch to space are documented.
NASA's robot has demonstrated that both of its microphones and several on-board cameras work, and has used them extensively.
The space rock called 2021 EQ3 will not hit Earth, but it will be close enough to be tracked by telescopes.
Scientists hope the technology could help future Mars-goers produce breathable air and rocket fuel for return trips.
The rock, which is traveling at nearly 77,000 miles per hour, is due to come closest to Earth on March 21.
The recording contains sounds of about 30 impacts, heard in a series of pops or clicks. It is used to identify and classify the structure and make-up of rocks.
2001 FO32 is likely the largest asteroid to make a close approach to Earth in 2021.
The hulking space rock will come relatively close, but should zoom past at around 77,000 miles per hour.
The space agency said it had received over 100 eyewitness reports and also detected the sound made by the fireball.
Researchers think the area around the rover's landing site was home to a river delta billions of years ago—making it a promising spot to search for signs of ancient microbial life.
NASA has not said what sort of error has hit the Earth-orbiting telescope, but space fans hope it will be back online soon.
Some eyewitnesses reported hearing a loud boom, which sounded like "big trucks crashing."
The Space Launch System is going to take humans to the moon once more as the most powerful rocket ever built, but there have been concerns about its cost.
In a video shared by CBS news on Friday, NASA engineer Elizabeth Duffy describes the recording as "awesome," and said the new audio will allow scientists to discover a "whole complete story of Mars."
The event follows the conjunction of Jupiter and Mercury, which aligned on the morning of Friday March 5.
The large space rock will zoom past our planet at a distance dozens of times further away than the moon—but a much closer approach is due in 2029.
It has played a crucial part in the agency's space missions for decades.
The probe consists of an orbiter, and a rover which will be sent down to the surface of Mars in the coming months.
Elon Musk plans to use the Starship rockets to ferry people to the Moon and Mars.
Scientists think the asteroid is at least as big as the Eiffel Tower, and it's travelling at over 10,000 miles per hour.
Apophis is deemed potentially hazardous because of its size and occasional proximity to our planet.
The account has shared a number of photos taken with the vehicle's camera.
Perseverance has not moved from its landing spot yet as NASA scientists have had a lot of checks to do.
The photos were snapped by the Mastcam-Z camera system, which mission operators describe as the rover's "main eyes."
Video clips document the spacewalk from start to finish, showing the pair at work during their seven-hour mission in the vacuum of space.
The little decal can be seen in some of the images that NASA's rover has beamed back to Earth so far.
Scientists with the space agency told Newsweek about the intense emotions they felt as they watched the rover land on the Red Planet after traveling nearly 300 million miles.