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Expedition 9 Returns To Earth
After traveling more than 78 million miles aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Flight Engineer Mike Fincke returned to Earth today - NASA, BBC NEWS
Mars Rover Enjoys Mysterious Power Boost
Not only are NASA's seemingly unstoppable Mars rovers continuing their progress half a year beyond their design lifetimes, but Opportunity has recently shown an unexplained increase in its solar-cell power output, NASA has revealed - New Scientist
As The World Turns, It Drags Space And Time
An international team of NASA and university researchers has found the first direct evidence the Earth is dragging space and time around itself as it rotates - NASA, New Scientist
ESA's Hipparcos Finds Rebels With A Cause
A team of European astronomers has discovered that many stars in the vicinity of the Sun have unusual motions caused by the spiral arms of our galaxy, the Milky Way - ESA, New Scientist
Gravity Constant Called Into Question
One of nature's venerable constants - gravity - may not be the same for every type of particle in the universe, suggest new calculations - New Scientist
The Puzzle Of `Magnetic Stars' Solved By Astrophysicists Of The Max Planck Society
How does one explain the enormous magnetic field strengths of the so-called `magnetic stars'? This question concerning magnetic fields in the cosmos, first posed half a century ago, has now been answered by scientists of the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in Garching - Max Planck Society
Astronomers Discover Planet Building Is Big Mess
Planets are built over a long period of massive collisions between rocky bodies as big as mountain ranges, astronomers announced today - NASA/JPL
Sky Survey Provides New Radio View Of Universe
Astronomers using the National Science Foundation's Very Large Array (VLA) have overcome longstanding technical hurdles to map the sky at little-explored radio frequencies that may provide a tantalizing look deep into the early Universe - National Radio Astronomy Observatory
Autonomous Spacecraft Set For Test Flight
A completely autonomous vehicle designed to rendezvous with a satellite is set to launch into orbit Tuesday - New Scientist, NASA
Built Via The Internet, Student Satellite Coming To Life At ESA-ESTEC
Scattered in universities across Europe, a 250-strong team of students have never collectively met in person, but between them they have built a space-ready satellite - ESA
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