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Spitzer Telescope Sees Trail Of Comet Crumbs
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has snapped a picture of the bits and pieces making up Comet 73P/Schwassman-Wachmann 3, which is continuing to break apart on its periodic journey around the sun - NASA/JPL
Hubble Finds That Earth Is Safe From One Class Of Gamma-ray Burst
Homeowners may have to worry about floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes destroying their homes, but at least they can remove long-duration gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) from their list of potential natural disasters, according to recent findings by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope - Space Telescope Science Institute
Space Station Loses Orbit-Boosting Options
Engine failures and control system problems have rendered the International Space Station less able to dodge fast-flying space debris - New Scientist
Mars Rovers Hunker Down for Winter
The longevity of NASA's Mars Exploration Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity, is becoming the stuff of legend. The aging Spirit and Opportunity rovers ready themselves for the bitter cold - Sky and Telescope
How Neptune Snagged A Passing Moon
It seems Triton was flying through space with a companion when the pair happened to pass Neptune, which parted them forever - New Scientist
SDSS Finds New Milky Way Satellites
While mapping streams of stars coursing through the Milky Way's halo, astronomers at Cambridge University in England discovered two new, faint satellite galaxies orbiting our own - Astronomy
XMM-Newton Reveals The Origin Of Elements In Galaxy Clusters
Deep observations of two X-ray bright clusters of galaxies with ESA’s XMM-Newton satellite allowed a group of international astronomers to measure their chemical composition with an unprecedented accuracy - ESA
A Multiplicity Of Stars
The number of planets detected outside our solar system increases almost weekly. Astronomers have found 188 extrasolar planets — planets orbiting stars other than the Sun - Astronomy
When Is A Black Hole Like A Dripping Faucet?
Physicists trying to understand how black holes behave in the extra dimensions posited by string theory should hit the kitchen - New Scientist
Long Range Solar Forecast
The Sun's Great Conveyor Belt has slowed to a record-low crawl, which has important implications for future solar activity: Solar Cycle 25 peaking in 2022 could be one of the weakest in centuries - Science @ NASA
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