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Of or relating to a firm or the operations of a firm that are deemed unprofitable. The term derives from the color of ink used to show losses on financial statements. Compare black.
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By participating in this opportunity to send your name aboard InSight to the Red Planet, you're showing that you're part of that journey and the future of space exploration.
About two weeks after the Apollo 11 manned lunar landing on July 20, 1969, NASA's Mariner 7 flew by the Red Planet and took the first crude close-up snapshot of Phobos.
Mona Al Qemzi, the Assistant Director General for Administrative & Financial Affairs at MBRSC and Managing Editor of The Red Planet said: We have been inspired by the message of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President of the UAE, as he said: The key to prosperity will always be knowledge and the key to knowledge will always be reading, and Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who said: Scientists, thinkers, researchers and innovators who are leading our future do not come down from the sky; rather they erect their high stature from the ground up, where the most powerful soil that nurtures them is their love for reading and a passion for gaining knowledge.
Red Planet chief executive officer Tim Hansing said: "It's all about value - value for our customers and creating value for our shareholders.
Not only are we growing in numbers, but we have received a great deal of acceptance among the traveling public for the value of money we provide," said Red Planet country manager Sahlee Zaldiva.
Inspired by classic adventure games, Red Planet Rex will bring the old school text-based adventure to mobile gaming with patent pending voice response technology.
I highly recommend this well-written and personal account for anyone interested in the robotic exploration of the Red Planet and who wants to know about the scientists who worked behind the scenes.
This was one of the final discoveries the lander made during its five-month mission researching the history of water on the Red Planet.
On Mars, ice is much more special than that--any evidence of frozen water on the Red Planet suggests that life could have survived there at one time.
Postcards from Mars: The First Photographer On the Red Planet
After 8 years of relaying pictures, topographic maps, magnetic field data, and compositional information from above the Red Planet, NASA's Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft appears to have called it quits.
Its name notwithstanding, Red Planet was created to help NASA identify and nurture technology applicable to atmospheric flight and space activities of various kinds, including but not restricted to Mars missions.