It’s finally time to name the Mars 2020 rover, and NASA wants suggestions  BGRMars helicopter drone installed on NASA`s next Red Planet rover  AZERTAC NewsESA’s ExoMars rover is ready for environmental testing ahead of 2020 landing on Mars  FirstpostNASA space helicopter set for record breaking Mars journey  Buzz.ieNASA invites students to name Mars 2020 rover  India TodayView full coverage on Google News View original article

What’s Up: September 2019 Skywatching Tips from NASA  NASA Jet Propulsion LaboratoryMars helicopter drone installed on NASA`s next Red Planet rover  AZERTAC NewsESA’s ExoMars rover is ready for environmental testing ahead of 2020 landing on Mars  FirstpostNASA space helicopter set for record breaking Mars journey  Buzz.ieNASA space helicopter gets ready for record-breaking journey to Mars  Daily StarView full coverage on Google News View original article

NASA space helicopter set for record breaking Mars journey  Buzz.ieWhat’s Up: September 2019 Skywatching Tips from NASA  NASA Jet Propulsion LaboratoryNASA Attaches Helicopter Drone to Mars 2020 Rover  ExtremeTechESA’s ExoMars rover is ready for environmental testing ahead of 2020 landing on Mars  FirstpostNASA’s solar-powered helicopter is getting ready for its journey to Mars  BGRView full coverage on Google News View original article

Cave data inside Tham Luang cave in Thailand, where a soccer team was trapped. A new episode of National Geographic Channel’s ‘Drain the Oceans’ airing Sept. 2 reveals the first-ever 3D survey of the cave rescue. (Photo Credit: National Geographic) The rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in a flooded cave system in Thailand last year was one of the most dramatic and complicated rescues ever undertaken. But questions remain: how exactly did the soccer team get trapped, and why did it take three weeks…

(via Sebastian Grochowicz/Unsplash) Folks planning to fly in or out of London on Sept. 13 may want to rethink their travel arrangements. Climate activists intend to disrupt traffic at one of the world’s dominant airports next month, drawing attention to “the most serious and urgent crisis humanity has ever faced.” The group, called Heathrow Pause, will fly toy drones around the airfield, creating an “exclusion zone” and effectively shutting down the seventh busiest airport on the planet—which also happens to be the UK’s single largest source of carbon…