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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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Military & Aerospace Electronics
January 2006
NASA Airborne Laser Mapping Systems Studies Katrina Damage Through a cooperative research program NASA, the U.S. Geological Survey, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are exploring the use of airborne laser mapping systems to quantify coastal change along the entire coastline affected by Hurricane Katrina. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
January 2006
Orbiter Tracks Changes on Mars NASA's Mars Global Surveyor, which this month began its ninth year in orbit around Mars, continues to observe the Martian landscape. mark for My Articles 279 similar articles
Geotimes
January 2006
Kathryn Hansen
Stardust Landing a Smashing Success Seven years after its launch, NASA's Stardust spacecraft concluded its 4.6-billion-kilometer roundtrip journey to fly through the tail of a comet and collect dust samples, which astronomers hope will offer insight about the formation of our solar system. mark for My Articles 261 similar articles
Reason
January 2006
Ted Balaker
Mistakes Will Be Made NASA announced its new spending spree while Congress was scrambling for money to put the Gulf Coast back together. mark for My Articles 118 similar articles
Geotimes
January 2006
Kathryn Hansen
Mammoth Meteorite Unearthed A meteorite hunter and broker pulled from a depth of 2 meters a rare Brenham meteorite from a Kansas farm field. The 650-kilogram find is the largest of its kind discovered anywhere in the world. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
Geotimes
January 2006
Megan Sever
Sizing up a Crater New modeling of the impact of an Eocene extraterrestrial projectile in what is now the Chesapeake Bay shows that it was smaller than previously thought, and could help better predict the effects of future potential impacts. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 27, 2005
Tim Beyers
Bezos: Up, Up, and Away! The Amazon founder is about to reach for the stars. His company, Blue Origin, will go head-to-head with Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic in seeking to take adventuresome tourists to the precipice of orbit before returning to Earth. mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
Geotimes
December 2005
Kathryn Hansen
No Lake on Mars? A group of geologists is contesting the idea that the landing location of the Mars rover Opportunity is the site of an evaporated lake, a debate that will not dry up anytime soon. mark for My Articles 112 similar articles
Scientific American
December 19, 2005
George Musser
Martian Claymation An ancient, watery Mars was not always an acid bath -- water-related clay minerals show up in the Nili Fossae/Syrtis Major region on the planet. mark for My Articles 233 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 2005
Aldrin & Noland
Roadmap To Mars So far, NASA's plan to reach the red planet has been short on detail. Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin unveils his own step-by-step proposal for mankind's next giant leap. mark for My Articles 438 similar articles
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