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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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July 2004
Sara Pratt
Core Compositions Scientists are working to explain the differences in composition between Earth and Mars. mark for My Articles 316 similar articles
Science News
June 26, 2004
Tracking Solar Activity Part of the Student Observation Network, this NASA Web site offers information and activities related to solar flares and storms. mark for My Articles 85 similar articles
June 2004
Naomi Lubick
To Mars and Beyond The President's Commission on the Moon, Mars and Beyond presented its recommendations to the administration Wednesday morning, on how to proceed with the president's sweeping plan for future space travel. mark for My Articles 524 similar articles
June 21, 2004
Otis Port
Private Space Travel: We May Have Liftoff If all goes well on June 21, the world's first private space plane will have shot 62 miles up into space before gliding back to land at the Mojave airport north of Los Angeles, launching a new revolution in space tourism. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
American History
June 10, 2004
Bryan Ethier
Mercury Orbits the Earth In February 1962--just nine months after President John F. Kennedy called for the U.S. to put a man on the moon before 1970--Mercury astronaut John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth. mark for My Articles 139 similar articles
Science News
June 5, 2004
Transit of Venus On June 8, Venus will pass across the face of the sun (as viewed from Earth). mark for My Articles 164 similar articles
June 2004
Harrison H. Schmitt
Space Exploration and Development: Why Humans? George Bush's new initiative places the president squarely in support of moving civilization into the solar system and "into the cosmos." mark for My Articles 449 similar articles
June 2004
Ronald Bailey
Up, Up, and Away? It turns out that federal regulations are stronger than gravity in holding back the commercial development of space launches. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Industrial Physicist
Kevin B. Marvel
Societies The American Astronomical Society is a nonprofit scientific society that promotes the vitality and advancement of astronomy and related sciences through meetings, publications, education, employment services, public-policy work, and grants and prizes. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
May 15, 2004
John Edwards
The Inevitability of Blade - Essential Technology Blade servers helped the Mars rover land safely while saving NASA money. That combination of high power and low cost is driving blade technology mainstream. mark for My Articles 303 similar articles
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