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Failed Russian Probe Phobos-Grunt Crash Lands in the Pacific

One of the coolest space missions of recent time, to be carried out by Russia's Phobos-Grunt, failed last November. Now the unsuccessful probe has crash-landed in the Pacific Ocean. Read More >>

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Falling Russian Spacecraft Photographed; Impact As Early As Tomorrow

The Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques has taken this hot picture of the Russian Mars 13-ton probe Phobos-Grunt as it falls to planet Earth. It may hit tomorrow, but we still don't know where. Read More >>

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ESA Makes Contact With Borked Russian Mars Probe

Sitting dead in Earth's orbit thanks to a premature engine shutoff, Russia's Mars-digging probe has been giving ground controllers the cold shoulder for 14 days. An ESA tracking station in Australia has now, finally, managed to make contact. Read More >>

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Phobos-Digging Spacecraft Fails But There’s Still Hope

One of the most interesting interplanetary spacecrafts has failed before starting its voyage to Mars. It was going to land on Phobos, dig a piece and bring it back to Earth. It also carried Earths's life for a very clever experiment. Read More >>