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Shuttle Launch Date Slips Further
Space shuttle Discovery will have to wait until at least late next week to get off the ground as NASA attempts to find the cause of the fuel sensor problem that delayed launch on Wednesday - New Scientist, NASA
Comet Tempel 1 Went Back To Sleep
Astronomers Having Used ESO Telescopes Start Analysing Unique Dataset on the Comet Following the Deep Impact Mission - European Southern Observatory
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NASA Scientist Finds World With Triple Sunsets
A NASA-funded astronomer has discovered a world where the sun sets over the horizon, followed by a second sun and then a third. The new planet, called HD 188753 Ab, is the first known to reside in a classic triple-star system - NASA/JPL
Three Satellites Needed To Bring Out ‘Shy Star’
An international team of scientists has uncovered a rare type of neutron star so elusive that it took three satellites to identify it - ESA
Titan's Big Smile
"The Smile" is a peculiar semi-circular feature seen on Titan during Cassini's recent pass near Saturn's largest moon. The 345 mile Smile is the brightest spot on Titan's surface and may correspond to icy upland areas - Astrobiology Magazine
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Spongy-Looking Hyperion Tumbles Into View
Two new Cassini views of Saturn's tumbling moon Hyperion offer the best looks yet at one of the icy, irregularly-shaped moons that orbit the giant, ringed planet - NASA/JPL
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Superwind Discovered Spreading Star Dust Across The Universe
A team of astronomers, led by the University of Durham, has discovered the aftermath of a spectacular explosion in a galaxy 11.5 billion light years away - Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council
NASA Telescope Launched On Japanese Space Observatory
A pioneering X-ray detector, developed jointly by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., and the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) was successfully launched on a major new space observatory - NASA
The Devils Of Mars
According to NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, astronauts are going to visit Mars in the decades ahead. And when they get there, dust devils will be waiting - Science @ NASA
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'Private Researcher' Aims For The Stars
A US millionaire has booked a holiday with the Russian space agency that should put him in space in October. But businessman, scientist and adventurer Gregory Olsen won't just be taking in the view; he says he plans to perform some experiments during his stay on the International Space Station (ISS) - Nature
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