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Shuttle Launch Date Pushed Back To July
The first space shuttle to launch since the Columbia disaster in February 2003 will have to wait another two months - New Scientist
Magnified Quasars Confirm Einstein
A new analysis of deep-space images lends the strongest support yet to the idea of "cosmic magnification," a phenomenon predicted by Einstein's general theory of relativity 90 years ago, but testable only with 21st-century imaging tools and computerized data-processing techniques - Astronomy
Cassini Scoops Complex Organics In Titan Flyby
The Cassini spacecraft has flown through the upper atmosphere of Saturn's giant moon, Titan, and detected a huge number of complex organic chemicals - New Scientist
Cassini Finds Particles Near Saturn's Moon Enceladus
The Cassini spacecraft has discovered intriguing dust particles around Saturn's moon Enceladus. The particles might indicate the existence of a dust cloud around Enceladus, or they may have originated from Saturn's outermost ring, the E-ring - NASA/JPL
Scientists Confirm Earth's Energy Is Out Of Balance
Scientists have concluded more energy is being absorbed from the sun than is emitted back to space, throwing the Earth's energy "out of balance" and warming the globe - NASA
Astronomers See Neutron Stars' Hot Spots
Scientists have, for the first time, spied moving hot spots on the surfaces of neutron stars more than 500 light-years away from Earth - Scientific American
NASA'S Deep Impact Spacecraft Spots Its Quarry, Stalking Begins
Sixty-nine days before it gets up-close-and-personal with a comet, NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft successfully photographed its quarry, comet Tempel 1, at a distance of 39.7 million miles - NASA
Star Reaches Out To White Dwarf
Researchers have snapped a picture that catches a star in the act of capturing material from its companion. The image shows a bridge of gas streaming from a red giant, called Mira A, towards a nearby collapsed white dwarf, called Mira B - Nature
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Cassini Captures Swiss-Cheese Look Of Saturn Moon
An image of Saturn's small moon, Epimetheus was captured by the Cassini spacecraft in the closest view ever taken of the pockmarked body - NASA/JPL
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Hubble Celebrates 15th Anniversary With Spectacular New Images
NASA released new views today [Apr. 25] of two of the most well-known objects Hubble has ever observed: the Whirlpool Galaxy (spiral galaxy M51) and the Eagle Nebula - Space Telescope Science Institute
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