MESSENGER Team Celebrated 3rd Orbital Anniversary, New Findings Comfirmed

Yesterday, the team behind NASA's robotic spacecraft MESSENGER celebrated the 3rd orbital anniversary of the spacecraft and confirmed that spacecraft has got new findings which will be disclosed in 25 papers at the 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.

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MESSENGER Captures 200,000 Orbital Images of Mercury, Scientists Astonished!

NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft has been in orbit around Mercury since 2011. Scientists expected that the probe might have captured around 2,000 images of Mercury until now. But surprisingly, MESSENGER has sent more than 200,000 images of the planet.

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NASA Released New High Resolution Color Mosaic Of Mercury

NASA' robotic spacecraft MESSENGER (an acronym of MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging) has been studying Mercury's chemical composition, geology, and magnetic field since March 18, 2011. NASA has released high resolution images of Mercury's pockmarked surface.

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MESSENGER Reveals Chemical Diversity On Mercury’s Surface

On August 3, 2004, NASA launched a robotic spacecraft that will orbit the closest planet to the Sun and the eighth largest planet of the solar system, Mercury. Can you remember, what was the name of that space craft? It's MESSENGER (an acronym of MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging). However, MESSENGER successfully entered Mercury's orbit on March 18, 2011 and since then it has been studying the planet's chemical composition, geology, and magnetic field. Recently, MESSENGER has revealed the chemical diversity on Mercury's surface.

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Google Doodle Celebrates Freddie Mercury’s Birthday

Freddie Mercury was the lead singer in the band Queen and to celebrate the musical career and influence of Mercury, the search giant has rolled out one of its patented Google Doodles. Google added an animated doodle to its search page, an appropriately over-the-top video clip set to Queen's Don't Stop Me Now that shows Mercury morphing into a space traveler, a bicyclist and a king on a throne flanked by lions and mustachioed bears................

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