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Optimism As Mars Rover Edges Towards Freedom
NASA’s Mars rover Opportunity has begun its long march out of the sandy dune in which it got stuck on 25 April. Ground controllers have got it to move more than four centimetres since Friday - considered a big victory - New Scientist
One Mars Orbiter Takes First Photos Of Other Orbiters
Photographs from NASA's Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft released today are the first pictures ever taken of a spacecraft orbiting a foreign planet by another spacecraft orbiting that planet - NASA/JPL
'Perfect' Spiral Galaxy May Harbour Dark Secret
A picture-perfect spiral galaxy may harbour two colossal black holes instead of the usual one, new observations suggest. But if it does, astronomers are mystified as to how the second black hole got there without ruining the galaxy's spiral structure - New Scientist
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Titan Unveiled - Cassini's Radar Peers Through Titan's Smog
Cruising less than 720 miles (1,200 kilometers) above Titan, Cassini's sophisticated radar gave planetary scientists their first up-close glimpse of Titan's surface - Astronomy
Extrasolar Planet Takes Its Star For A Spin
An extrasolar planet has been caught dragging the outer layers of its host star around with it as it orbits. The newly discovered “tail wagging the dog” phenomenon may be common among massive planets in close orbit around their stars - New Scientist
MOST Space Telescope Plays `Hide & Seek' With An Exoplanet; Learns About Atmosphere And Weather Of A Distant World
MOST, Canada's first space telescope, has turned up an important clue about the atmosphere and cloud cover of a mysterious planet around another star, by playing a cosmic game of `hide and seek' as that planet moves behind its parent star in its orbit - Canadian Astronomical Society
Bizarre Star Brightens Like Clockwork
Astronomers have spent five weeks studying a very strange star--one that is 10 times as massive as our sun and spews 100 trillion tons of gas into space each second--and have found a method to its mad behavior - Scientific American
Do Pulsars Beam Neutrinos?
Bennett Link of Montana State University and Fiorella Burgio of Italy's National Institute of Nuclear Physics think pulsars may emit more than their familiar radio beacons - Astronomy
Oxygen From Moondust Is Worth A Mint
How do you fancy winning a cool quarter-of-a-million dollars? That's the prize on offer for the astronomical alchemist who can create breathable oxygen from moondust - Nature
NASA's AcrimSat Solar Spacecraft Completes Five-Year Mission
A NASA satellite that measures the variability in the amount of the Sun's energy that reaches Earth's atmosphere and impacts our winds, land and oceans has successfully accomplished its five-year primary mission - NASA/JPL
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