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Mars Rover Inspects Stone Ejected From Crater
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity has begun sampling rocks blasted out from a stadium-sized impact crater the rover is circling - Spaceflight Now
Origins Revealed: Sun And Earth Born Amid Chaos
A new twist on an emerging theory says the Sun was born amid massive, short-lived stars that sculpted our solar system with intense radiation and violent explosions that may have affected the origin of life -
Chandra Opens New Dark Energy Investigation
Astronomers have detected and probed dark energy by applying a powerful, new method that uses images of galaxy clusters made by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory - Spaceflight Now
Loneos Discovers Asteroid With The Smallest Orbit
The ongoing search for near-Earth asteroids at Lowell Observatory has yielded another interesting object - SpaceDaily
Cosmos 'A Billion Years Older'
The Universe could be a billion years older than was thought, according to Italian and German scientists - BBC NEWS
Cassini Gets Another Look At Titan
NASA's Cassini spacecraft turned its gaze on Saturn's mysterious moon Titan again, taking another early look at its haze-obscured surface - Universe Today
Beagle Mission 'Poorly Managed'
The European Space Agency says poor management must share some blame for the failure of the Beagle 2 mission - BBC NEWS
Station Crew Troubleshoots Spacesuit Problems
Space station astronauts Gennady Padalka and Mike Fincke were forced to interrupt a planned seven-hour rehearsal today for an upcoming spacewalk when they ran into a series of cooling problems with their NASA spacesuits - Spaceflight Now
US Panel Says ISS Could Shelter Shuttle Astronauts After An Accident
The International Space Station (ISS) could be used as a haven for shuttle astronauts in the event that their craft suffers "catastrophic" damage on its next flight, a NASA Task Force recommended Wednesday - SpaceDaily
Japanese Celebrity Will Visit The Space Station
Space tourism company Space Adventures announced on Wednesday that they've completed a deal to send an unnamed Japanese celebrity to the International Space Station - Universe Today
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