The Mars Exploration Rover, Opportunity, has been on Mars for close to ten years. Recently, she has found indications of water being present in the past on Mars.
Opportunity is driving to another location. It will take some time for her to get there to do more tests on layered rocks. The ground on Mars is tricky. There are rocks, uneven places and rough dirt to travel over. Opportunity will go carefully and slowly on her journey.
The Butterfly Nebula. By, Hubble Space Telescope.
At 11:05, on June 7, 2013, The Cosmic Infrared Background observer was launched from Wallop Flight Facility in the state of Virginia.
The suborbital four stage rocket, Black Brandt XII, carried the artificial satellite to a height of 358 miles above Earth, over the Atlantic Ocean.
This will help understand energy in galaxies.
Sun, Earth and the Space Station.