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Mars Rover Endures 'Deep Sleep' With No Harm
NASA's Mars rover Opportunity endured a martian winter night despite being put into a new energy-saving but risky "deep sleep" mode, a mission flight director said Friday -
Russian Progress Cargo Ship Docks With ISS
A Progress cargo ship carrying supplies for the International Space Station (ISS) successfully docked with the orbiter station Thursday - SpaceDaily
Telescope Spies 'Youngest' Planet
Nasa's Spitzer telescope has found evidence around a distant star for a planet that may be less than one million years old - BBC NEWS
Universe 156 Billion Light-Years Wide
If you've ever wondered how big the universe is, you're not alone. Astronomers have long pondered this, too, and they've had a hard time figuring it out. Now an estimate has been made, and it's a whopper -
Venus Clouds 'Might Harbour Life'
There could be life on the planet Venus, US scientists have concluded in a report in the journal Astrobiology - BBC NEWS
Cassini Sees Pandora And Prometheus Moons Of Saturn
Two of Saturn's moons are seen in the image shepherding the planet's narrow F-ring - Spaceflight Now
Brightest Objects Are Humdrum Galaxies
A new study of very bright and ancient celestial objects called quasars finds that they are associated with fairly normal galaxies, surprising some astronomers -
Rosetta Probe Passes First Tests
Europe's comet-chasing spacecraft Rosetta has successfully completed its first scientific task: observation of Comet C/2002 T7, or Comet Linear - BBC NEWS
Missing Black Holes Found
European researchers have found 30 previously hidden supermassive black holes anchoring faraway galaxies, which suggests there at least twice as many of the colossal gravity wells as thought -
Spacecraft Rerouted To Fly By Saturn Moon
The Cassini spacecraft successfully altered its course to set up a June 11 flyby of Saturn's outermost moon, Phoebe, en route to the ringed planet, NASA said Friday -
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