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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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National Defense
December 2005
Robert H. Williams
Would You Believe Space Weather Forecasts? The Air Force Weather Agency has perfected a space weather modeling capability that offers 72-hour forecasts from near earth to 40,000 miles out in space mark for My Articles 113 similar articles
Science News
November 12, 2005
Moon Zoom A link to access software developed by NASA that allows you to interactively browse three-dimensional images of the moon. mark for My Articles 214 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
November 2005
John Rhea
President Bush's Space Vision: Is This Trip Necessary? NASA has finally unveiled details about its proposed $104 billion plan to return astronauts to the moon by 2018, but critics detect a demonstrably uncertain sound of this trumpet. mark for My Articles 317 similar articles
Scientific American
November 7, 2005
Mark Alpert
Red Star Rising Small, cool stars may be hot spots for life mark for My Articles 260 similar articles
November 2005
Kathryn Hansen
Two More Moons for Pluto In addition to Pluto's confirmed moon Charon, astronomers have detected two more orbiting celestial bodies, which could help reveal how the planet and moon system formed. mark for My Articles 107 similar articles
November 2005
Kathryn Hansen
Comet Full of Fluff Investigations will turn up many clues as researchers have only started to sift through the data uncovered from the Deep Impact crater. mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
November 2005
Bonnie Tsui
Adventure Travel 2006: The Best Trips: Space Space Adventures and Virgin Galactic are two companies likely to be selling rides into space by 2008. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Science News
October 29, 2005
Spooky Sounds of Saturn These NASA Jet Propulsion Lab Web pages provide sound files based on magnetometer data from Cassini spacecraft observations of Saturn's moon Enceladus and more. mark for My Articles 146 similar articles
November 2005
Don Moser
35 Who Made a Difference: John Dobson He is the father of sidewalk astronomy, the designer of a portable mount that supports his large, inexpensive telescopes, and, perhaps, astronomy's greatest cheerleader, and he has brought the farthest stars to the man on the street. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
The Motley Fool
October 26, 2005
Tim Beyers
Top Floor: Space NASA opens space elevator competition to private companies. But you needn't wait for investing opportunities. Carbon nanotubes are expected to play a major role here, and that's good news for small pure-play nano firms, such as Harris & Harris and Arrowhead Research. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
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