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  • Rover Curiosity: More photos, more data from Mars [Google+ Hangout]

     
    It was another day of positive news from Mars as officials offered new updates on rover Curiosity. In a Google+ Hangout, Times reporters Scott Gold and Amina Khan talked about dramatic new photos from Curiosity and of the rover headed......
  • Dramatic photos of Mars arrive as Curiosity's mission begins

     
    Dramatic photos have emerged from Mars as scientists begin the rover Curiosity's mission in earnest. NASA has released Curiosity's first color image from the Red Planet. The photograph, below, the first of the Martian surface to be taken by the......
  • More images from Mars rover Curiosity coming soon

     
    NASA on Monday is expected to release more image from the Mars rover Curiosity as well as provide new details on the rover's movements on the Red Planet surface. NASA administrator Charles Bolden is expected to make statements during a......
  • Neil Armstrong remembered by John Glenn, NASA head

     
    Top NASA officials and former astronauts praised the late Neil Armstrong on Saturday, saying he made a major mark on space exploration. "When I think of Neil, I think of someone who for our country was dedicated enough to dare......
  • Mars rover Curiosity could take pit stop during first drive

     
    Mars rover Curiosity has a destination for its first road trip, but NASA officials said it could take a slight detour. The destination is called Glenelg, about 1,300 feet east-southeast of the landing site. Glenelg sits at a point where......
  • Space shuttle Endeavour: Excitement and a sense of sadness

     
    As Endeavour barreled into L.A.’s airspace, excitement grew among the thousands waiting to catch a final glimpse of the retired space shuttle. But among some, there was a tangible sense of sadness and finality to the flyover. "It's kind of......
  • North Korea rocket launch reportedly fails

     
    North Korea launched a three-stage rocket from a missile base near the west coast city of Sinuiju, claiming that it was carrying a weather satellite of purely civilian use....
  • North Korea gearing up for nuclear test, South Korean report says

     
    South Korea is fearful that North Korea is gearing up to test a nuclear weapon, pointing to satellite photos that reportedly show the country digging a new underground tunnel at a nuclear test site....
  • A short history of the North Korean nuclear saga

     
    North Korea early Friday launched a rocket suspected by South Korea and the West to be a cover for testing its ballistic missile technology. It was the fourth such launch by North Korea, and South Korea and Western officials are concerned that, if history...
  • Coachella 2012: The battle of the double weekend

     
    The hardy attendees at the Coachella festival's weather-whipped first weekend should be considered part of a new tribe: Tribe Awesome....
  • L.A. Now Live: How the California Science Center landed Endeavour

     
    The space shuttle Endeavour had just rolled off a Palmdale production line, but the California Science Center was already thinking head....