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Venus Express En Route To Probe The Planet's Hidden Mysteries
The European spacecraft Venus Express has been successfully placed into a trajectory that will take it on its journey from Earth towards its destination of the planet Venus, which it will reach next April - ESA
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Spacewalkers Install New Camera Assembly, Jettison FPP
Space station Commander and NASA Science Officer Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev installed a new camera assembly and jettisoned the Floating Potential Probe during a 5-hour, 22 minute spacewalk Monday - NASA
Interstellar Gas In A Globular?
Astronomers have detected what may be the first interstellar gas ever found in a globular cluster. However, the amount of gas falls far short of theoretical predictions - Astronomy
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Young Stars Sculpt Gas With Powerful Outflows
This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope view shows one of the most dynamic and intricately detailed star-forming regions in space, located 210 000 light-years away in the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC), a satellite galaxy of our Milky Way - ESA, Space Telescope Science Institute
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Scars From A Violent Past
Asteroids, not comets, bombarded the inner solar system 3.9 billion years ago, according to a recent scientific study - Astronomy
Black Hole Ate My Twin, But It Can’t Catch Me
A young star is caught in the act of speeding out of the galaxy – seemingly on the run from a giant black hole that had already swallowed its sibling - New Scientist
A Flare For Barnard's Star
Barnard's Star, the second-nearest star system to the Sun, spewed a large flare that increased its brightness, say astronomers in the United States. The discovery is a surprise: The star should be sedate because it's an old red dwarf - Astronomy
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Lunar Lawn Mower
Scientists and engineers figuring out how to return astronauts to the moon, set up habitats, and mine lunar soil to produce anything from building materials to rocket fuels have been scratching their heads over what to do about moondust - Science @ NASA
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'Gravity Tractor' To Deflect Earth-Bound Asteroids
NASA scientists have come up with a surprisingly simple yet effective way to deflect an Earth-bound asteroid – park a large spacecraft close by and let gravity do the work - New Scientist
Technical Challenges Push The Launch Of The ATV To 2007
Today, about 98 percent of the hardware for Jules Verne, Europe’s first Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) spaceship, considered to be the most complex space vehicle ever developed in Europe, is already assembled and almost ready to fly - ESA
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