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Cassini's Rear-View Image Of Saturn's Moon Titan Released
A day after entering orbit around Saturn, Cassini sped silently past Titan, imaging the moon's south polar region - Spaceflight Now
Next Space Race: Private Craft Prepare To Launch
A piloted rocket ship race to claim a $10 million Ansari X Prize purse for privately financed flight to the edge of space is heating up -
Odd-Looking Moon Mimas Photographed By Cassini
Soon after orbital insertion, Cassini returned its best look yet at heavily cratered Mimas - Spaceflight Now
Natural Sunblock: Sun Dims In Strange Ways
When Venus crossed the Sun June 8, showing up as a clear black dot to the delight of millions of skywatchers around the world, astronomers noted something less obvious: The amount of sunlight reaching Earth dipped by 0.1 percent for a few hours -
Neutrino Mass Linked To Dark Energy
Researchers from the University of Washington have developed a theory which links together Dark Energy - the mysterious force that's accelerating the Universe - with the recent discovery that neutrinos have mass - Universe Today
NASA Issues Call For Moon, Mars And Beyond Technologies
NASA issued this week a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) focused on what's needed in human and robotic technology to put into high gear any Moon, Mars, and beyond space exploration -
Public Invited To Help Catalog Mars
NASA scientists are inviting the public to help them inspect images of Mars and find important geologic features hidden in the thousands of photographs in the agency's archives - Universe Today
Rock Traced From Moon Crater To Earth
Three times may be a charm in some realms, but it took four tremendous whacks to lift a certain rock off the Moon and shoot it serendipitously to Earth, scientists reported Thursday -
Search For Origins Programs Shortlisted
NASA has picked 9 ideas out of 26 proposals for further study as part of its Astronomical Search for Origins Program - Universe Today
Space Science Pioneer Van Allen Questions Human Spaceflight
A leading space scientist has called to question the validity of human spaceflight, suggesting that sending astronauts outward from Earth is outdated, too costly, and the science returned is trivial -
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