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Expedition 10 Arrives At Space Station
The International Space Station's newest residents -- Expedition 10 Commander Leroy Chiao and Flight Engineer Salizhan Sharipov -- arrived at 11:16 p.m. CDT Friday (0416 GMT Saturday) when their Soyuz spacecraft docked with the Station's Pirs Docking Compartment - NASA
Genesis Crash Linked To Upside-Down Design
Sensors to detect deceleration on NASA's Genesis space capsule were installed correctly but had been designed upside down, resulting in the failure to deploy the capsule’s parachutes - New Scientist
Newfound Star Cluster May Be Final Milky Way 'Fossil'
Just when astronomers thought they might have dug up the last of our galaxy's "fossils," they've discovered a new one in the galactic equivalent of our own backyard - NASA/JPL
Los Alamos Instrument Yields New Knowledge Of Saturn's Rings
University of California scientists working at Los Alamos National Laboratory have begun to analyze data from an instrument aboard the joint U.S.-European spacecraft Cassini - Los Alamos National Laboratory
Scientists Prepare For Space Probe's Plunge Into Titan's Atmosphere
On Jan. 14, 2005, the Huygens probe will plow into the orange atmosphere of Saturn's moon, Titan, becoming the first spacecraft to attempt to land on a moon in our solar system since the Soviet Union's Luna 24 touched down on Earth's moon in 1976 - UC Berkeley
New Propulsion Concept Could Make 90-day Mars Round Trip Possible
A new means of propelling spacecraft being developed at the University of Washington could dramatically cut the time needed for astronauts to travel to and from Mars and could make humans a permanent fixture in space - University of Washington
Mexico Telescope To Shed Light On Cosmic Dark Ages
Perched on the top of one of Mexico's highest mountains is a gigantic, half-built telescope that scientists hope will reveal more secrets of the universe's early years than any before it - Reuters
Did The Celts See A Comet Impact In 200 B.C.?
We have identified an exceptional field of meteorites and impact craters stretching from the town of AltГѓВ¶tting to the area around Lake Chiemsee in southeastern Bavaria, Germany - Astronomy
Unmanned Chinese Return Capsule Crashes Lands Into House
A Chinese satellite smashed into a villager's house on its return to earth, destroying the dwelling but causing no injuries, state media reported Sunday - SpaceDaily
Mercury Astronaut Gordon Cooper Dies
The NASA family gathered at the Johnson Space Center in Houston today to honor the memory of Mercury astronaut Gordon Cooper - NASA
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