1. Yes, NASA, you absolutely need to go (back) to Triton  SB Nation
  2. NASA reveals four new space missions  CNET
  3. The Downlink: NASA Considers Missions to Venus, Io, and Triton  The Planetary Society
  4. Four Shortlisted NASA Missions Would Explore the Nastiest Places in the Solar System  Gizmodo
  5. NASA eyes Venus, bizarre moons of Jupiter and Neptune for low-cost space missions  Space.com
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One of NASA’s Discovery concepts looks to investigate the weirdest ‘moon’ around.One of NASA’s Discovery concepts looks to investigate the weirdest ‘moon’ around.

Yes, NASA, you absolutely need to go (back) to Triton - SBNation.com

The proposals include analyzing Venus and exploring Jupiter's volcanic moon Io.The proposals include analyzing Venus and exploring Jupiter's volcanic moon Io.

NASA reveals four new space missions - CNET

Planetary exploration news for busy peoplePlanetary exploration news for busy people

The Downlink: NASA Considers Missions to Venus, Io, and Triton | The Planetary Society

As part of its ongoing Discovery Program, NASA has selected four possible missions that would involve some of the most hostile and enigmatic places in the solar system.As part of its ongoing Discovery Program, NASA has selected four possible missions that would involve some of the most hostile and enigmatic places in the solar system.

Four Shortlisted NASA Missions Would Explore the Nastiest Places in the Solar System

“Eeeeeeeeeee sounds like NASA is due to announce today (!!!!) which solar system exploration mission proposals will get the thumbs up to continue development before a final selection. It's all amazing science, we just can't do it all. Good luck teams! #AmericasNextDiscoveryMission https://t.co/1u2AH6WDA1”

🪐🛰 Dr. Jessie Christiansen 🪐 on Twitter: "Eeeeeeeeeee sounds like NASA is due to announce today (!!!!) which solar system exploration mission proposals will get the thumbs up to continue development before a final selection. It's all amazing science, we just can't do it all. Good luck teams! #AmericasNextDiscoveryMission… https://t.co/b9vS7rjNTY"

“NASA has selected four reeeeeeaaaal cool missions for further study, and one or two of them will eventually launch to one of the weirdest places in the solar system! https://t.co/hrM97reNn6”

Leah Crane on Twitter: "NASA has selected four reeeeeeaaaal cool missions for further study, and one or two of them will eventually launch to one of the weirdest places in the solar system! https://t.co/hrM97reNn6"

“NASA: We've selected four possible new NASASolarSystem missions that could "transform our understanding of some of the solar system’s most active and complex worlds.” After evaluation, two will continue development towards flight: https://t.co/T3qiGZKZtZ”

Chad Franzen WSAW on Twitter: "NASA: We've selected four possible new NASASolarSystem missions that could "transform our understanding of some of the solar system’s most active and complex worlds.” After evaluation, two will continue development towards flight: https://t.co/T3qiGZKZtZ https://t.co/NxvbrtwQPK"

“NASA has fixed one of the most intrepid explorers in human history. Voyager 2, currently some 11.5 billion miles from Earth, is back online and resuming its mission to collect scientific data on the solar system and the interstellar space beyond. https://t.co/tpzWd7VEsI”

Aki Anastasiou on Twitter: "NASA has fixed one of the most intrepid explorers in human history. Voyager 2, currently some 11.5 billion miles from Earth, is back online and resuming its mission to collect scientific data on the solar system and the interstellar space beyond. https://t.co/tpzWd7VEsI"

Venus, Jupiter's supervolcanic moon Io and Neptune's big satellite Triton are in NASA's crosshairs.NASA just announced the four finalists for its next round of low-cost planetary-exploration missions.

NASA eyes Venus, bizarre moons of Jupiter and Neptune for low-cost space missions | Space

NASA has selected four Discovery Program investigations to develop concept studies for new missions. Although they're not official missions yet and some ultimately may not be chosen to move forward, the ...

NASA selects four possible missions to study the secrets of the solar system

NASA is considering missions to Venus and two outer solar system moons as the next in its Discovery line of planetary science missions.NASA is considering missions to Venus and two outer solar system moons as the next in its Discovery line of planetary science missions.

NASA selects four finalists for next Discovery mission - SpaceNews.com

NASA to assess proposals for probes to Venus, moons of Jupiter and Neptune – Spaceflight Now

Venus mission candidates follows recent snubs for Earth’s near neighborVenus mission candidates follows recent snubs for Earth’s near neighbor

NASA mission finalists would explore Venus or outer-planet moons | Science | AAAS

The four Solar System exploration proposals selected to move to the next stage of NASA’s Discovery Program were VERITAS, DAVINCI+, Trident, and IVO.Four proposals each get $3 million to make their case.

NASA’s next science missions will head for Venus, Io, or Triton - The Verge

NASA has selected four potential future missions – to Jupiter’s fiery moon Io, Neptune’s icy moon Triton, and two that would explore the atmosphere and map the surface of VenusNASA has selected four potential future missions – to Jupiter’s fiery moon Io, Neptune’s icy moon Triton, and two that would explore the atmosphere and map the surface of Venus

NASA missions may go to Venus or our solar system’s strangest moons | New Scientist

The four shortlisted projects will each get a $3 million NASA grant for a 9 month feasibility study before two will become actual missions and go to space.The four shortlisted projects will each get a $3 million NASA grant for a 9 month feasibility study before two will become actual missions and go to space.

NASA shortlists four missions to the Solar System but only two of them will go to space  | Daily Mail Online

NASA has selected four proposed Discovery-class interplanetary missions to receive $3 million to flesh out their concepts, with the aim of choosing one or two of them next year for further funding. Two of the proposed missions focus on Venus: DAVINCI+ (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gasesNASA has selected four proposed Discovery-class interplanetary missions to receive $3 million to flesh out their concepts, with the aim of choosing one or two of them next year for further funding. Two of the proposed missions focus on Venus: DAVINCI+ (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases

NASA picks missions to Venus, Triton and Io as finalists for Discovery funding

Sometimes you just want to see fireworks.Sometimes you just want to see fireworks.

NASA signals interest in Venus and volcanoes for next science missions | Ars Technica

Sometimes you just want to see fireworks.Sometimes you just want to see fireworks.

NASA signals interest in Venus and volcanoes for next science missions | Ars Technica

These missions travel to Venus, Io, and Neptune's Triton—but only two will be selected.These missions travel to Venus, Io, and Neptune's Triton—but only two will be selected.

NASA's Four Planetary Missions Stretch Across the Solar System