NASA’s Messenger Not Ready To Go Quietly

Credit: Messenger: NASA
HOUSTON – As it carries out its final orbits of the planet closest to the Sun, NASA’s Messenger Mercury mission leaves mounting intrigue over the Solar System’s early era, including the distribution of life’s precursors. On April 30, the fuel-depleted spacecraft – which in March 2011 became the...

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