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More Signs Of Water Found On Mars
A Mars rover has found further evidence that water once existed on the red planet, the US space agency Nasa says - BBC NEWS
Spirit, Opportunity Roll To New Sites
The Mars rovers moved toward new rocks to drill on Saturday, a day after the Spirit rover found geological evidence that the dusty Red Planet had a wet past -
Mars Atmosphere Discovery
Astronomers have detected hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) in the atmosphere of Mars for the first time. This is the first time that a chemical catalyst of this sort has been found in a planetary atmosphere other than the Earth's - Spaceflight Now
Most Distant Galaxy Discovered
Pushing back the boundaries of space observation, French and Swiss astronomers say they have detected the farthest galaxy ever seen -
Enigmatic X-rays May Point To New Class Of Black Holes
Mysterious, powerful X-ray sources found in nearby galaxies may represent a new class of objects, according to data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory - Spaceflight Now
Peering Into The First Moments After The Big Bang
British astronomers have used a radio telescope called the Very Small Array to probe the cosmic background radiation; an afterglow from the Big Bang that gives insights into the rapid expansion of the early Universe - Universe Today
Rosetta Begins Its 10-year Journey To The Origins Of The Solar System
Europe’s Rosetta cometary probe has been successfully launched into an orbit around the Sun, which will allow it to reach the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in 2014 after three flybys of the Earth and one of Mars - ESA
Black Holes: Fuzzy Tangles Of Strings?
Black holes may not be the smooth, featureless gravitational gluttons long thought to completely devour any matter or information that strays too close -
Adaptive Optics Reveal Massive Star Formation
Astronomers at UC Berkeley took advantage of the newly installed adaptive optics system at the Lick Observatory to get clear images of a massive star forming region - Universe Today
No 'Showstoppers' For Humans On Mars
Experts in the effects of space travel on the human body told a presidential commission on Wednesday that there were challenges but no "showstoppers" in building a permanent moon base, then sending astronauts to Mars -
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