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I combed through Wikipedia's list of Mars missions and found all of the successful landers/rovers and included the Chinese Tianwen-1 though it has not landed successfully as of this answer. I got the elevations using Google Earth Pro which has an option to view Mars and uses MOLA data from the Mars Global Surveyor. I cross-checked the InSight one with the ...


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Totally by accident I've just happened to run across the 2014 open access paper A peculiar stable region around Pluto with the abstract below. The purpose of the paper was to see if stuff might already be in some long-lived orbits around the system, things that New Horizons might pass near and photograph, or perhaps even collide with. I don't know if New ...


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