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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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April 26, 2001
Chris Colin
Failing, falling and burning to bits On its red-hot deathbed, the Mir space station helped us root for misery, a good story and fiery debris... mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
April 2001
Tom McNichol
Beyond Cool NASA cost-cutters want to kill a pioneering probe to the ice-cold edge of the solar system. First they have to reckon with the Pluto Underground... mark for My Articles 139 similar articles
Science News
April 7, 2001
Ivars Peterson
Strange Orbits Like toy cars chasing each other on a looped racetrack, three stars can, in principle, trace out a figure-eight orbit in space... mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Science News
March 10, 2001
Ivars Peterson
Mayan Mars Mayan astronomers developed their own model to describe the motion of Mars with uncanny accuracy. Anthropologists from the U.S. have recently described evidence supporting the Mayan model... mark for My Articles 237 similar articles
January 26, 2001
Michael Scott Moore
"The Hole in the Universe" by K.C. Cole An engaging new book explores the riddles of space, from string theory to the possibility that the universe is a holographic projection... mark for My Articles 125 similar articles
January 2001
Ed Regis
Zip Drive NASA scientists are building a hot little ride: Vasimr, a rocket that runs on million-degree plasma and could someday fuel a fast-track trip to Mars... mark for My Articles 308 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
November 2000
A Space Odyssey in 2001 Students in grades 4 through 6 will have the opportunity to create solutions to real space exploration challenges through the fifth annual Space Day. Space Day, which will be observed on May 3, 2001, celebrates the achievements and opportunities of space exploration... mark for My Articles 263 similar articles
September 2000
Verge NASA's new helium-filled balloons are going higher and doing more than ever to understand and predict stratospheric ozone loss... mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
August 2000
GEO 600 laser interferometer It will measure gravitational waves predicted by Einstein's general theory of relativity but yet to be observed. These waves - space-time ripples caused by the movement of large cosmic masses like black holes and compact binary stars - will help determine distances across the universe. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
December 2, 1999
William Speed Weed
Master of the universe With the existence of six new planets announced just this week, Geoffrey Marcy is racking up "extrasolar" discoveries like Mark McGwire racks up homers. mark for My Articles 156 similar articles
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