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Final Spacewalk A Success For Expedition 9 Crew
The two astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) are safely back inside their orbital home after a successful spacewalk today, the last excursion they will make during their mission -
Mars Rover's Stuck Rock Cutting Tool Fixed
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity has resumed using its rock abrasion tool after a pebble fell out that had jammed the tool's rotors two weeks ago - Spaceflight Now
In Search Of Earth, New Class Of Planets Found
Astronomers on Tuesday announced the discovery of a new - and possibly abundant - class of planets that has more in common with Earth than the uninhabitable gas giants previously discovered -
Cassini Craft Reveals Saturn's Cool Rings
The Cassini spacecraft has taken the most detailed temperature measurements to date of Saturn's rings - Spaceflight Now
Mars Express View Of Eos Chasma
This image, taken by the European Space Agency's Mars Express, is of a region on Mars called Eos Chasma; it's on the southern end of the Valles Marineris - Universe Today
Scientists To Map Known Universe
The radio telescope at Puerto Rico's Arecibo Observatory will begin mapping the known galaxy on Friday, scientists said -
Hot And Hotter
A mystery that has puzzled astronomers for years is: why does the Sun's temperature rise as you get further away from it? While the surface of the Sun might only be 6000 degrees Celsius, the corona which surrounds it can be 2 million degrees. The "wave heating" theory proposes that the Sun's magnetic field carries waves of heat from the surface of the Sun and dumps them into the corona. Another theory proposes that lines in the Sun's magnetic field get twisted up and eventually snap, releasing a tremendous amount of energy into the corona. - Universe Today
Atlas 2 Rocket Retires With Remarkable Record
Lockheed Martin's Atlas 2 family of boosters rocketed into retirement Tuesday, placing a classified U.S. national security satellite into space following a sunset sendoff from Cape Canaveral - Spaceflight Now
Astronomers Quash ET Report
Astronomers have moved swiftly to quell speculation they may have received a deep-space radio signal from ET - BBC NEWS
Silent Running: 'Black Triangle' Sightings On The Rise
They have become legendary in UFO circles. Huge, silent-running “Flying Triangles” have been seen by ground observers creeping through the sky low and slow near cities and quietly cruising over highways. The National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS), has catalogued the Triangle sightings, sifting through and combining databases to take a hard look at the mystery craft -
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