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US-Russian-Dutch Trio Arrive At International Space Station
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft docked at the International Space Station Wednesday with three astronauts on board, on the third manned mission to the orbiting craft since NASA halted shuttle flights after the Columbia disaster - SpaceDaily
Spacewalk Needed To Fix ISS Gadget
NASA announced Thursday that the second of the International Space Station's four stabilizing gyroscopes failed on Wednesday night, but neither the station nor the crew were in immediate danger -
Dust Devils On Mars Electrified, Study Suggests
Whirling dust devils on Mars probably generate high-voltage electric fields and associated magnetic fields and would need to be considered by future human explorers, scientists said Tuesday -
Intermediate Mass Black Hole Mystery Resolved
New research, funded by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Advanced Physical and Chemical Research, NASA and the University of Tokyo, solved the mystery of how a black hole, with the mass more than several hundreds times larger than that of our Sun, could be formed in the nearby starburst galaxy, M82 - Spaceflight Now
Jupiter's Spots Disappear Amid Major Climate Change
Jupiter is undergoing major climate change and could lose many of its large spots over the next seven years, only to make way for the creation of fresh spots in a decades-long cycle, according to a new explanation of old mysteries -
Gravity Probe-B In Orbit To Test Einstein Theory
The US probe Gravity Probe-B was launched into orbit Tuesday to test Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, NASA announced - SpaceDaily
Venus Revisited: Modern Technology Sharpens Images From Soviet Missions
Images produced by several of the Soviet Venera craft series have undergone reprocessing by an imagery specialist, yielding a clearer, crisper look at the eerie-looking landscape -
NASA Rejects Russian Proposal To Extend ISS Missions To One Year
NASA has rejected a suggestion by the Russian Space Agency to extend the duration of manned missions to the International Space Station (ISS) from six months to a year - SpaceDaily
Saturn In Four Wavelengths
The latest image of Saturn released from NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows the Ringed Planet in four wavelengths: ultraviolet, visible blue, far red, and near infrared - Universe Today
New Window To The Cosmos Opens In Chile
Astronomers opened a new window to the cosmos Saturday by inaugurating a powerful U.S.-Brazilian telescope under northern Chile's famously clear skies -
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