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Station Commander Remotely Docks Supply Ship
Space station commander Sergei Krikalev took over manual control of an approaching Russian supply ship this evening [June 18] and remotely guided the robotic craft to a picture-perfect docking after problems prevented an automatic linkup - Spaceflight Now
European Experiments Back On Earth With Successful Conclusion Of Foton-M2 Mission
The re-entry module of the Foton-M2 spacecraft, which has been in low-Earth orbit for the last 16 days made a successful landing today [June 16] - ESA
New Type Of Exoplanet: A Hybrid Earth-Uranus
After three years of maintaining secrecy while collecting more and more evidence, a team of astronomers today [June 13] announced finding an entirely new type of planet orbiting a dim star 15 light-years away - Sky and Telescope
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Smooth Deployment For Second MARSIS Antenna Boom
The second 20-metre antenna boom of the MARSIS instrument on board Mars Express was successfully – and smoothly – deployed, confirmed today [June 16] by the ground team at ESA’s European Space Operations Centre - ESA
Neutrino Ripples Spotted In Space
Astronomers have spotted a signature of neutrinos created just seconds after the Big Bang. The find supports current models of the origins of our Universe, and may provide a glimpse of its birth - Nature
Charging Up The Universe
The timing of the universe's reionization left its mark on the Milky Way's stellar halo, say astronomers in Australia and Japan - Astronomy
SMA Confirms Proto-Planetary Systems Are Common In The Galaxy
Meeting this week in Cambridge, Mass., astronomers using the Submillimeter Array (SMA) on Mauna Kea, Hawaii, confirmed, for the first time, that many of the objects termed "proplyds" found in the Orion Nebula do have sufficient material to form new planetary systems like our own - Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Space Shuttle Discovery Successfully Rolls Back To Launch Pad
With new safety modifications, the Space Shuttle Discovery is back at Launch Pad 39B at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Fla - NASA
Magma Oceans Covered Early Asteroids
New findings published in the latest issue of the journal Nature suggest that at least two of our solar system's major asteroids experienced widespread melting with more than 50 percent of each object becoming liquid - Scientific American
NASA Astronaut Gives First Congressional Testimony From Space
NASA's astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) made history today [June 14] becoming the first to testify before Congress while in orbit - NASA
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