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Mars Express’s OMEGA Uncovers Possible Sites For Life
By mapping minerals on the surface of Mars using the European Space Agency’s Mars Express spacecraft, scientists have discovered the three ages of Martian geological history – as reported in today’s [Apr. 20th] issue of Science - and found valuable clues as to where life might have developed - ESA
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Another Fundamental Constant Accused Of Changing
The fundamental constant mu has changed over the last 12 billion years, cosmologists claim – a finding which may boost string theory - New Scientist
ESA’s ISO Provides The First View Of Monstrous Stars Being Born
Scientists have secured their first look at the birth of monstrous stars that shine 100 000 times more brightly than the Sun, thanks to ESA’s Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) - ESA
Lessons From An Odd Kuiper Belt Object
The strangest Kuiper Belt object of all might just be the key to understanding how the largest of these distant ice-rock bodies acquire their moons - Sky and Telescope
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XMM-Newton Reveals A Tumbling Neutron Star
Using data from ESA's XMM-Newton X-ray observatory, an international group of astrophysicists discovered that one spinning neutron star doesn’t appear to be the stable rotator scientists would expect - ESA
Colossal Black Holes Seen In Closest Clinch Yet
The mighty pair, each originally the centre of its own galaxy, orbit each other 100 times closer than any previously seen – but they seem reluctant to collide - New Scientist
NASA Guards Report On Failed DART Mission
NASA won't release its 70-page report on why the DART (Demonstration for Autonomous Rendezvous Technology) spacecraft didn't complete its mission last year because of its sensitive content, the agency said - TechNewsWorld
Send Something Into Space, For $99
A Californian company is offering to send an object of your choice into space as early as 2008, and at "bake sale" prices, as long as it fits in a soda can - New Scientist
NASA Achieves Breakthrough In Black Hole Simulation
NASA scientists have reached a breakthrough in computer modeling that allows them to simulate what gravitational waves from merging black holes look like. The three-dimensional simulations, the largest astrophysical calculations ever performed on a NASA supercomputer, provide the foundation to explore the universe in an entirely new way - NASA
Weather Under Surveillance
The accuracy of weather forecasts may improve given the April 14 launch of six satellites. COSMIC (Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere and Climate), which rocketed into low Earth orbit from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, will provide real-time atmospheric data for thousands of points on Earth - Astronomy
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