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Hubble Provides Spectacular Detail Of A Comet's Breakup
Hubble Space Telescope is providing astronomers with extraordinary views of Comet 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3. The fragile comet is rapidly disintegrating as it approaches the Sun - Space Telescope Science Institute
Bumper Crop Of New Objects Revealed Beyond Neptune
Astronomers have found 45 bodies, between 50 and 500 kilometres wide, which may reveal new details of the early solar system's story - New Scientist
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NASA's Chandra Finds Black Holes Are 'Green'
Black holes are the most fuel efficient engines in the universe, according to a new study using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. By making the first direct estimate of how efficient or "green" black holes are, this work gives insight into how black holes generate energy and affect their environment - NASA
'Starquake' Explosion Rips Neutron Star Open
Astronomers have measured the thickness a neutron star's crust for the first time, thanks to a breach which spewed a fireball of particles into space - New Scientist
XMM-Newton Digs Into The Secrets Of Fossil Galaxy Clusters
Taking advantage of the high sensitivity of ESA's XMM-Newton and the sharp vision of NASA's Chandra X-Ray space observatories, astronomers have studied the behaviour of massive fossil galaxy clusters, trying to find out how they find the time to form… - ESA
The Sky Is Falling
Every day the Moon is hit by a surprising number of meteoroids. NASA researchers are poking through old Apollo data to find out if these projectiles pose a threat to future explorers - Science @ NASA
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Taking Out A Killer Asteroid – With A Tame One
A small captured asteroid could be used deflect a large one zooming in on Earth – the idea highlights the need to devise strategies for this doomsday scenario - New Scientist
Progress With Equipment, Supplies Docks At Station
A new unpiloted Progress cargo carrier docked at the International Space Station at 1:41 p.m. EDT Wednesday [Apr. 26th] - NASA
Satellites To Try Formation Flying On Space Station
The soccer-ball-sized satellites, built as the result of a student project, will be also be used to test autonomous rendezvous and docking - New Scientist
NASA Launches Satellites For Weather, Climate, Air Quality Studies
Two NASA satellites were launched Friday from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., on missions to reveal the inner secrets of clouds and aerosols, tiny particles suspended in the air - NASA/JPL
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