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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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May 2004
Joshua Chamot
Big Impact for a Small Moon Mineral Researchers have identified a new mineral from the moon, revealing new details about space weathering processes and offering a better understanding of remote observations of the moon and its brethren. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
May 2004
Sara Pratt
Deciphering Planetary Magnetism Neptune and Uranus both have unusual magnetic fields that tilt at a 60-degree angle toward their equators. Scientists are now able to model the processes that shape the planets' magnetism. mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
May 1, 2004
Kris Frieswick
NASA, We Have a Problem Can NASA's CFO fix the space agency's chronic financial woes? mark for My Articles 273 similar articles
Information Today
April 19, 2004
Barbara Quint
Dialog's New AeroBase File Uses Federal Data Source After several years without a major database covering the aerospace industry's sci-tech information needs, Dialog has announced a new abstracting/indexing database it calls AeroBase. mark for My Articles 101 similar articles
Science News
March 27, 2004
Ivars Peterson
Pinpointing Killer Asteroids Astronomers have identified more than 230,000 asteroids in orbit around the sun, and the number is increasing daily. Some of these objects are on courses that could lead to a collision with Earth. If the asteroid is sufficiently large, the results could be catastrophic. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
British Heritage
Norma Joan Paul
Edmund Halley Edmund Halley successfully plotted the orbit of the comet that bears his name. A history of the man and his accomplishments. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
March 2004
Standing water on Mars Following on the heels of an announcement two weeks ago that researchers had found direct evidence for groundwater on Mars, the Mars Exploration Rover team said yesterday that they have found evidence for standing water on the planet's surface. mark for My Articles 222 similar articles
March 2004
Sedna: Newly sighted planetoid in the solar system At the edge of the solar system, astronomers have unexpectedly sighted an object slightly smaller and farther from the Sun than Pluto -- not quite another planet, but not a temporary visitor either. mark for My Articles 126 similar articles
March 2004
Bonnie Wilson
D-Lib Featured Collection March 2004: Cosmic Evolution The Cosmic Evolution site uses text, images and movies to trace the evolution of the Universe from its origin through seven epochs (Particulate, Galactic, Stellar, Planetary, Chemical, Biological, and Cultural) as well as an eighth, Future Epoch, that includes Chaisson's ideas on the future prospects for human life and for alien life elsewhere in the Universe mark for My Articles 140 similar articles
March 5, 2004
Colin C. Haley
IT's Final Frontier Private IT firms -- especially networking, security and chipmakers -- must play a critical role in NASA's moon and Mars missions, experts say. What's more, NASA has to let them. mark for My Articles 372 similar articles
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