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Hubble's Close-To-Home View
Over its 15-year career, the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) has captured some of the most dramatic images of space. Although best known for providing the deepest views of the universe, the orbiting observatory now has turned its eyes on Earth's closest neighbor - Astronomy, HST
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Mars Rover Bids Farewell To Husband Hill
Spirit heads downhill after spending over a month at the top analysing rocks - but the path below could be a slippery slope - New Scientist
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NASA's Spitzer Finds Failed Stars May Succeed In Planet Business
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has spotted the very beginnings of what might become planets around the puniest of celestial orbs - brown dwarfs, or "failed stars" - NASA/JPL
Shenzhou-6 Spacecraft Lands Safely
The re-entry capsule of China's Shenzhou-6 spacecraft, carrying taikonauts Fei Junlong and Nie Haisheng, landed on earth safely at 4:33 a.m. Monday [Oct. 17] - Xinhua
Crash Site Of Mars Probe 'Disappears'
A sharper image of a site suggested to be Mars Polar Lander's final resting place bears no trace of the probe – researchers blame a trick of the light - New Scientist
Dust Storm Develops On Mars
Just as it's swinging close by Earth, Mars has spawned a widening dust storm visible in amateur telescopes - Sky and Telescope
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Feeding Frenzy
Astronomers using the European Southern Observatory's (ESO) Very Large Telescope (VLT) have imaged the surroundings of a supermassive black hole, revealing a network of gas and dust filaments channeling into the black hole - Astronomy
Sponge Rock
Saturn's odd-shaped moon, Hyperion, is making astronomers scratch their heads. Cassini's cameras revealed a heavily pitted object that looks more like a sea sponge than a space rock - Sky and Telescope
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Cloudy Day On Titan
Intermittent clouds on Saturn's moon Titan are the results of geologic activity on the surface, say researchers. While planetary scientists have long suspected this, recent observations suggest surface features, either cracks in the moon's crust or ice volcanoes, are spewing methane into the atmosphere - Astronomy
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Flotillas Could Outperform Single Space Probes
Fleets of simple probes could explore the solar system better than high-tech, high-risk rovers and orbiters, say a team of space scientists - New Scientist
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