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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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July 5, 2005
Roy Mark
NASA'S Comet Collision Explodes in 'Net Traffic Deep Impact's spectacular collision with the comet Tempel 1 resulted in an explosion of record traffic to the NASA Web site to see how it looked. mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
July 2005
Lisa Pinsker
Deep Impact Strikes Back The scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) cheered yesterday as they received confirmation that the Deep Impact probe successfully hit its target, comet Tempel 1, after six months' and hundreds of millions of miles' worth of journey. mark for My Articles 80 similar articles
Scientific American
July 2005
Mark Alpert
Feeling the Pinch Voyager 1, now speeding out of the solar system after 28 years in space, is one of the NASA missions facing budget cuts, even though the craft is reporting remarkable discoveries. mark for My Articles 391 similar articles
July 2005
Kathryn Hansen
Titanic Lake? Cameras on NASA's Cassini spacecraft recently recorded a surface feature on Titan, Saturn's largest moon that looks remarkably lake-like. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
July 2005
McFadden & Schultz
Collision Course: Deep Impact The Deep Impact project will shed light on some fundamental scientific questions about comets, including what they are made of and how they formed. mark for My Articles 150 similar articles
July 2005
Naomi Lubick
Mars' Lost Landers Researchers working with NASA's Mars Global Surveyor announced that they may have found something they've been looking for: the sites where two Mars landers settled, several decades apart. mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
July 2005
Megan Sever
Making a Public Impact What the public observes or, better yet, captures on film both during the Deep Impact comet collision and in the weeks before and after, could prove useful to the team of NASA scientists trying to understand the comet and the effects of the impact. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
July 4, 2005
Catherine Yang
Vint Cerf: Next Stop, Mars Internet pioneer Vinton G. Cerf is working on expanding the set of Web addresses and also on interplanetary communication. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
National Defense
July 2005
Edward Swallow
Revised Acquisition Policy Will Help Space Programs The Defense Department during the past four months has begun implementing a new acquisition policy for space systems, which will bring about sweeping changes in how programs are awarded and managed. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
June 2005
NASA Project Uses Data Recorder From BiTMICRO Penn State designers used the E-Disk flash drive on their Cosmic Rays Energetics And Mass (CREAM) project, a high-altitude balloon experiment that investigated the composition of ultra high-energy cosmic rays with NASA's Long Duration Balloon (LDB) vehicle technology. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
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