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The Rovers That Never Die
This week at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston, Texas, the rover team updated participants on the mission's latest science findings - Sky and Telescope
Cassini Finds An Atmosphere On Saturn's Moon Enceladus
The Cassini spacecraft's two close flybys of Saturn's icy moon Enceladus have revealed that the moon has a significant atmosphere - NASA/JPL
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Researchers Find Evidence Of Dark Energy In Our Galactic Neighborhood
Astrophysicists in recent years have found evidence for a force they call dark energy in observations from the farthest reaches of the universe, billions of light years away - University of Washington
Chipping Pieces Off Mars
Researchers using the Mars Odyssey spacecraft have discovered a handful of small craters on Mars surrounded by far-flung patterns of rays - Astronomy
Resurrecting Genesis
The Genesis team announced yesterday [Mar. 15] at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston, Texas, that it can still fulfill most or perhaps all of the mission's prime objectives - Sky and Telescope
A Tale Of Two Populations
On the basis of stellar spectra totalling more than 200 hours of effective exposure time with the 8.2-m VLT Kueyen telescope at Paranal (Chile), a team of astronomers has made a surprising discovery about the stars in the giant southern globular cluster Omega Centauri - ESO
Diagnostic Tests Planned For Instrument On Mars Rover
NASA has suspended use of one of the mineral-identifying tools on the Opportunity Mars rover while experts troubleshoot a problem with getting data from the instrument, the robot's miniature thermal emission spectrometer - NASA/JPL
Ripples In Spacetime Could Explain Dark Energy
An international team of astrophysicists have developed a new theory to explain the accelerating expansion of the Universe, known as "dark energy" - Universe Today
President Nominates New NASA Chief
President George W. Bush today [Mar. 14] nominated physicist and aerospace engineer Michael D. Griffin to serve as the next administrator of NASA - Sky and Telescope
Envisat Enables First Global Check Of Regional Methane Emissions
The SCIAMACHY sensor aboard Envisat has performed the first space-based measurements of the global distribution of near-surface methane, one of the most important greenhouse gases - ESA
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