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In A Flash NASA Helps Solve 35-Year-Old Cosmic Mystery
Scientists have solved the 35-year-old mystery of the origin of powerful, split-second flashes of light known as short gamma-ray bursts. These flashes, brighter than a billion suns, yet lasting only a few milliseconds, have been simply too fast to catch -- until now - NASA
Titan's Enigmatic Infrared-Bright Spot Is Surface Make-Up
A 300-mile-wide patch that outshines everything else on Titan at long infrared wavelengths appears not to be a mountain, a cloud or a geologically active hot spot, University of Arizona scientists and Cassini team members say - University of Arizona
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CryoSat Mission Lost Due To Launch Failure
Today [Oct. 8] at 21.00 CEST Mr Yuri Bakhvalov, First Deputy Director General of the Khrunichev Space Centre on behalf of the Russian State Commission officially confirmed that the launch of CryoSat ended in a failure due to an anomaly in the launch sequence and expressed his regret to ESA and all partners involved - ESA
Re-entry Technology Demonstrator Launched
The Inflatable Re-entry and Descent Technology Demonstrator-2R was launched into a parabolic trajectory by a Russian Volna launcher on 7 October 2005 at 10:30 local time (6 October at 21:30 UT) - ESA
Japan’s Asteroid Probe Has Steering Trouble
Japan's asteroid-probing spacecraft has a steering problem that could become an obstacle to the completion of its scientific mission - New Scientist
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The Best Transiting Exoplanet Yet
Every 2.2 days, a giant "hot Jupiter" crosses the face of a 7.7-magnitude star near the Dumbbell Nebula — causing the deepest exoplanet eclipses discovered yet - Sky and Telescope
NASA's Gravity Probe B Mission Completes Data Collection
Fifty weeks worth of data has been downloaded from the Gravity Probe B satellite and relayed to computers in the Mission Operations Center at Stanford University, Stanford, Calif - NASA
Ulysses, Fifteen Years And Going Strong
Fifteen years after its launch, the grand ESA/NASA Ulysses space mission is still going strong, orbiting the Sun and continuing to tell exciting stories about our nearest star - ESA
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NASA Closes On Cause Of Shuttle Foam Loss
The agency now believes workers may have accidentally nicked or nudged the foam when preparing the external fuel tank for launch - New Scientist
A Space Station View On Giant Lightning
The International Space Station (ISS) is the ideal setting for studies of spectacular natural phenomena well hidden from us on Earth - so-called red sprites, blue jets and elves: vast flashes of lightning striking not from clouds to the ground, but from clouds towards space - ESA
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