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Solar Minimum Explodes
With a burst of activity on the sun, solar minimum is looking strangely like Solar Max - Science @ NASA
Most Distant Explosion Detected, Smashes Previous Record
Scientists using NASA's Swift satellite and several ground-based telescopes have detected the most distant explosion yet, a gamma-ray burst from the edge of the visible universe - NASA
Cassini Radar Images Show Dramatic Shoreline On Titan
Images returned during Cassini's recent flyby of Titan show captivating evidence of what appears to be a large shoreline cutting across the smoggy moon's southern hemisphere - NASA/JPL
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Black Hole In Search Of A Home
A team of European astronomers has used two of the most powerful astronomical facilities available, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope at Cerro Paranal, to find a bright quasar without a massive host galaxy - Space Telescope Science Institute
Ghostly Spokes In Saturn's Rings Spotted By Cassini
Scientists are celebrating the first Cassini spacecraft sighting of spokes, the ghostly radial markings discovered in Saturn's rings by NASA's Voyager spacecraft 25 years ago - NASA/JPL
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Hayabusa Arrives At Asteroid Itokawa
After a 27-month interplanetary cruise under ion power, Japan's Hayabusa spacecraft finally reaches the small asteroid that will be its home for three months - Sky and Telescope
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A Giant Surprise
Giant stars with planets often have smaller amounts of heavy elements than the Sun, say astronomers in the United States and Germany - Astronomy
Shuttle To Plug Into Space Station Power
A system that reroutes power from the International Space Station to a docked space shuttle will allow the shuttles to make extended trips to the station - New Scientist
Calling All Radio Amateurs
Radio amateurs worldwide are being asked to help collect data from the student-built SSETI Express satellite, due to be placed in orbit on 27 September - ESA
DIY Satellites Reinvent The Space Race
An ambitious program called CubeSat, developed at Stanford University and California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, is giving students and companies the opportunity to build and launch functional satellites into low Earth orbit, or about 240 to 360 miles above the planet - CNET
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