A third of us would go one-way to Mars but it may shrink your brain

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 14, 2018 Twenty years ago, CubeSats - a class of boxy satellites small enough to fit in a backpack - were used by universities as a teaching aid. Simpler, smaller and cheaper than traditional satellites, they've made space more accessible to private companies and science agencies. This summer, NASA has been flying the first two next-generation CubeSats to deep space. They're currently on their way

A third of us would go one-way to Mars but it may shrink your brain

New Scientist Asks the Public has revealed that 40 per cent of men want to go to Mars, but new evidence suggests the lengthy trip may be bad for your brain

Mon 17 Sep 18 from Newscientist

MarCO makes space for small explorers

Fri 14 Sep 18 from Phys.org

MarCO Makes Space for Small Explorers, Sun 16 Sep 18 from Astrobiology Magazine

MarCO makes space for small explorers, Fri 14 Sep 18 from SpaceDaily

Tiny satellites headed to Mars likely are first of many

Two tiny explorers are pushing the bounds of their kind, but if scientists have their way, the two adventurers will soon have plenty of company.

Wed 19 Sep 18 from FOXNews

Tiny Satellites Headed to Mars Likely Are First of Many, Mon 17 Sep 18 from SPACE.com

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