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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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September 2004
Tim Cavanaugh
Space Oddities Orbital Development is auctioning on eBay a chance to participate in its MoonCrash Project. The winner will get an opportunity to crash 22 pounds of personal cargo on the lunar surface when the company sends its spacecraft to the moon. mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
August 2004
Naomi Lubick
Slow Boat to a Small Planet For the first time in more than three decades, scientists are going to get a close-up view of Mercury, Earth's smallest neighbor and the rocky planet closest to the sun. mark for My Articles 257 similar articles
August 2004
Erik Davis
Mars Gone Wild Poring over pictures of the Red Planet, widely available online, millions of amateur astronomers are coming up with their own Martian theories. mark for My Articles 271 similar articles
July 28, 2004
Clint Boulton
SGI Aims High with NASA Deal SGI's Space Exploration Simulator supercomputer is one of the largest Linux systems ever assembled, with 10,240 Intel Itanium processors. mark for My Articles 267 similar articles
Bernie Alexander
Understanding Chinese Astrology For almost five thousand years, people have looked for guidance in this system, based on the movement of heavenly bodies, the Chinese calendar, and its cycle of animals. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
Science News
July 24, 2004
Wonders of Saturn As the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft begins its detailed exploration of Saturn, get up-to-date information about this fascinating planet and intriguing moons and rings. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
Jul/Aug 2004
Bonita Wilson
Earth as Art The sample images downloaded from the collection that is at once a science site and a gallery of found art, demonstrate why the site has been a popular one: the images are stunningly beautiful. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
July 2004
John Keller
Adaptive Optics Blends the Best of Electronic and Optoelectronic Technologies This approach uses deformable mirrors, MEMS, or liquid-crystal technologies to adjust for optical distortion in the atmosphere, which yields a new level of focus and resolution to high-energy lasers, deep-space exploration, and perhaps even eye surgery. mark for My Articles 230 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
July 2004
John McHale
Payload Systems designs satellites that move in formation The bowling ball-sized satellites, called Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, and Reorient Experimental Satellites (SPHERES), comprise a test bed for maneuvering satellites and orbiting telescopes, Payload Systems officials say. mark for My Articles 83 similar articles
July 2004
Jay Chapman
Sliding into Saturn Late Wednesday night, the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft silently slipped through the outermost rings of Saturn and entered into orbit. By early Thursday morning, Cassini began transmitting strikingly elegant close-up images of Saturn's rings. mark for My Articles 122 similar articles
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