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Hayabusa Mission In Jeopardy
The woes keep mounting for Japan's Hayabusa spacecraft, which is attempting to bring the first-ever sample of an asteroid back to Earth - Sky and Telescope, JAXA
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Spiral Arm Of Milky Way Looms Closer Than Thought
A highly accurate technique using a vast array of radio telescopes shows that one of the galaxy's four main arms is twice as close to Earth as expected - New Scientist
Bursting Neutron Star Mystery
Astronomers have discovered an entire new population of neutron stars that gives off powerful but sporadic bursts of radio waves - Sky and Telescope
More Often Than Not, Massive Galaxies Form By Mergers
New data seem to show that galaxies collide all the time. In fact, the oldest and largest galaxies in the universe most likely formed from such intergalactic combinations - Scientific American
Moon Storms
Every lunar morning, when the sun first peeks over the dusty soil of the moon after two weeks of frigid lunar night, a strange storm stirs the surface - Science @ NASA
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Laser Beams Message Between Satellites
The new communication technology could allow satellites in separate orbits to exchange huge amounts of information and relay that to the ground - New Scientist
Cassini's Photo Album From A Season Of Icy Moons
Wrapping up a phenomenally successful year of observing Saturn's icy moons, the Cassini mission is releasing a flood of new views of the moons Enceladus, Dione, Rhea, Hyperion and Iapetus - NASA/JPL
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STEREO Spacecraft To Image Solar Blasts In Glorious 3-D
The two craft will monitor coronal mass ejections from two different points and determine which are on a collision course with Earth - New Scientist
Europe Unites Over Space Budget
Two days of tense negotiations over Europe's spending on space have ended happily for the European Space Agency (ESA) - Nature
Space Weather Bulletins
An earthbound network of Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers that studies continental movement recently made a high-altitude discovery - Astronomy
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