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NASA's Opportunity Rover Rolls Free On Mars
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover mission engineers and managers cheered when images from the Martian surface confirmed Opportunity successfully escaped from a sand trap - NASA
Scientists Discover Possible Titan Volcano
A recent flyby of Saturn's hazy moon Titan by the Cassini spacecraft has revealed evidence of a possible volcano, which could be a source of methane in Titan's atmosphere - NASA/JPL
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Mars Express Discovers Aurorae On Mars
ESA’s Mars Express spacecraft has for the first time ever detected an aurora on Mars. This aurora is of a type never previously observed in the Solar System - ESA
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NASA's Spitzer Captures Echo Of Dead Star's Rumblings
An enormous light echo etched in the sky by a fitful dead star was spotted by the infrared eyes of NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope - NASA
SMART-1 Detects Calcium On The Moon
Thanks to measurements by the D-CIXS X-ray spectrometer, ESA’s SMART-1 spacecraft has made the first ever unambiguous remote-sensing detection of calcium on the Moon - ESA
Galactic Loners Produce More Stars
Reclusive galaxies that live in vast, empty regions of space are forming stars at a surprisingly high rate, reveals the largest survey of galaxies ever made - New Scientist
First Stars Found? Not Yet
The chemical composition of the two earliest known stars suggests they were seeded by a still earlier generation of supernovae - Astronomy
Comets May Confuse The Planet-Hunters
Space missions looking for other Earths could be fooled into seeing them where none exist. At first glance, such planets would be indistinguishable from comets orbiting around the same star, even though comets are minuscule compared to planets - New Scientist
Pluto Reexamined
After Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto in 1930, the planet drew considerable scrutiny. Unfortunately, modern analysis shows that many Pluto observations from the 1930s and 40s were unreliable - Sky and Telescope
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Radar Search For Martian Water Back On Track
A stalled experiment to search for underground water on Mars is back on track after officials agreed to deploy the second of two identical radar booms on Europe's Mars Express spacecraft - New Scientist
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