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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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The Motley Fool
April 11, 2006
Tim Beyers
Countdown to Moon Madness NASA targets 2008 for the next lunar landing. This could be a be a boon to big contractors such as Lockheed Martin, but smaller manufacturers such as Ball Aerospace may stand to gain an outsized share as well. Investors, take note. mark for My Articles 394 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
April 10, 2006
Benjamin Chertoff
NASA Announces New Mission to the Moon NASA uses Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter EELV launch vehicle as a lunar impactor in search for water ice in moon's poles. mark for My Articles 295 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
May 2006
Large Binocular Telescope The world's most powerful optical telescope will soon be peering at objects that date back to the dawn of time. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
PC Magazine
April 5, 2006
Sebastian Rupley
Going Up? Arthur C. Clarke's 1978 novel Fountains of Paradise proposed that an elevator to space would be feasible. Now, LiftPort Group is aiming to make the dream a reality. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
April 2006
Kathryn Hansen
Tiny Fossils go 3-D Using existing digital technology, paleobiologists for the first time viewed intricate structures of tiny fossils in 3-D - a technique that they say could one day aid in the search for life on Mars. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
April 2006
Leslie Sabbagh
Survival of the Oldest Payload Ever: The Stardust Spacecraft Returns to Earth After seven years and 2.9 billion miles, the Stardust spacecraft sent back to Earth the oldest material ever collected. mark for My Articles 90 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2006
James Oberg
Stellar Engineer For nearly 40 years, manned spacecraft have relied on Russian engineer Vladimir Syromyatnikov's mechanisms to link up in space safely. mark for My Articles 90 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 2006
Richard Corfield
The Greenhouse in the Sky? Venus could be the ultimate example of what can happen when an atmospheric greenhouse effect runs away. The European Space Agency's Venus Express probe is focusing on understanding the planet's atmosphere. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
March 2006
Kathryn Hansen
Closing in on Mars A camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft returned its first four images to Earth, and astronomers say they were "thrilled" with the results. mark for My Articles 345 similar articles
Scientific American
March 20, 2006
JR Minkel
In the Groove Measuring a black hole's spin by a crease in spacetime. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
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