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Red Spot On Titan Baffles Scientists
The NASA/ESA/ASI Cassini spacecraft has identified an unusual bright spot on Saturn's moon Titan that is mystifying scientists - ESA
NASA's Rovers Continue Martian Missions
NASA's Mars rover Opportunity is trying to escape from a sand trap, while its twin, Spirit, has been busy finding new clues to a wet and violent early Martian history - NASA/JPL
Amateurs Help Discover Exoplanet
In a milestone event, amateur astronomers have participated directly in the discovery of an extrasolar planet last month - Sky and Telescope
Voyager Spacecraft Enters Solar System's Final Frontier
NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft has entered the solar system's final frontier. It is entering a vast, turbulent expanse where the Sun's influence ends and the solar wind crashes into the thin gas between stars - NASA/JPL
The Asteroid And The Keyhole
The now-famous asteroid 2004 MN4 will pass near a 600-yard patch of space that could deflect the rock enough for a 2036 Earth impact - Astronomy
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Cassini Radio Signals Decipher Saturn Ring Structure
The Cassini spacecraft has obtained the most detailed look ever at Saturn's rings, including the B ring, which has eluded previous robotic explorers - NASA/JPL
Planetary Billiards Answer Solar System Riddle
Why does the Solar System look like it does? The question has teased astronomers for centuries, but researchers have now come up with a single theory that they hope can explain three of the most mysterious features of our corner of the Universe - Nature
NASA's Chandra Finds Saturn Reflects X-Rays From Sun
When it comes to mysterious X-rays from Saturn, the ringed planet may act as a mirror, reflecting explosive activity from the sun, according to scientists using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory - NASA
Jovian Moon Amalthea Is A Rubble Pile
Orbiting just 68,000 miles (110,000 kilometers) above Jupiter's cloudtops, the giant planet's inner moon Amalthea has a density less than water, says a team of planetary scientists - Astronomy
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Solar Fireworks Signal New Space Weather Mystery
The most intense burst of solar radiation in five decades accompanied a large solar flare on January 20. It shook space weather theory and highlighted the need for new forecasting techniques, according to several presentations at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting this week in New Orleans - NASA
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