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Deep Impact Kicks Off Fourth Of July With Deep Space Fireworks
After 172 days and 431 million kilometers (268 million miles) of deep space stalking, Deep Impact successfully reached out and touched comet Tempel 1. The collision between the coffee table-sized impactor and city-sized comet occurred at 1:52 a.m. EDT - NASA/JPL
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Hubble Captures Outburst From Comet Targeted By Deep Impact
In a dress rehearsal for the rendezvous between NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft and comet 9P/Tempel 1, the Hubble Space Telescope captured dramatic images of a new jet of dust and gas streaming from the icy comet - Space Telescope Science Institute
NASA'S Cassini Reveals Lake-Like Feature On Titan
Scientists are fascinated by a dark, lake-like feature recently observed on Saturn's moon Titan. NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured a series of images showing a marking, darker than anything else around it - NASA
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One Big Ball Of Rock
Astronomers have found a weird new creature: a planet whose core holds 65 Earths'worth of heavy rocky stuff - Sky and Telescope
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Most Distant Einstein Ring Is Revealed
Astronomers have spotted the most distant Einstein ring ever seen. It offers valuable insight both on the galaxy which acts as a gravitational lens and on the more distant galaxy whose light it magnifies - New Scientist
Planets Can Survive A Red Giant
"This is the first observational evidence that planets can survive the white dwarf formation process of a star several astronomical units away", astronomers say - Universe Today
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Pulsar’s Signal Generates Giant Space Laser
A giant cloud in space is emitting regular flashes of laser light, astronomers have shown. The laser is powered by the spinning corpse of a dead star - New Scientist
Panel: Shuttle Safety Still Incomplete
NASA has not completely met — "closed" — three of the 15 safety recommendations for returning to flight, according to an independent oversight panel, the Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group - Astronomy
NASA Sets Shuttle Launch For 13 July
The first shuttle to launch since the Columbia accident in February 2003 will blast off on 13 July, NASA's top managers announced on Thursday - New Scientist
Scientist Refines Cosmic Clock To Determine Age Of Milky Way
The University of Chicago’s Nicolas Dauphas has developed a new way to calculate the age of the Milky Way that is free of the unvalidated assumptions that have plagued previous methods - University of Chicago
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