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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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March 2003
Josh McHugh
Surviving 7G Humans want to go to Mars. Too bad the journey turns our bodies into mush. NASA's solution: strap down a few civilians and spin them around really fast. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
February 2003
Oliver Morton
Deep Impact It came, it seems, from outer space -- and it did so quickly. Mysterious objects from outer space are tearing their way through Earth -- and shaking up the physics world. mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
December 2002
Jesse Walker
The Race to Sell the Moon After years of inattention, the moon will soon be deluged with mechanical visitors from Earth. In June 2003 a California company, TransOrbital, intends to launch the first private mission to the moon. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
November 2002
Richard Martin
The Planet Seekers Giant ground-based telescopes and adaptive optics have brought a new age in astronomy. Now the field's brightest stars are racing to take the first photograph of another world. mark for My Articles 257 similar articles
September 2002
Destination: Mars Where would you stake your claim on the great desert planet? Oliver Morton, author of the new book Mapping Mars, asks the experts. mark for My Articles 214 similar articles
New Architect
August 2002
Michael Hurwicz
Attack of the Space Data Down-to-earth management at ISS EarthKAM. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
July 2002
Michael Behar
Cold Rush Long hours. Subfreezing winds. months of absolute darkness. Welcome to the South Pole, where the coolest science outpost on earth is being built atop 9,000 feet of solid ice. The area is a benchmark for monitoring the health of the atmosphere and an ideal site for studying astronomy. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
Science News
May 18, 2002
Ivars Peterson
A Lawyer's Math Library Born in 1873, Kentucky lawyer William Marshall Bullitt throughout his long life believed firmly in the value of mathematics. His library of rare mathematical and astronomical books at the University of Louisville library is little-known but incredible... mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
May 2002
Charles Paul Freund
Sphere of Influence How big a deal was Sputnik? Pretty big. Paul Dickson's recent cultural history, Sputnik: The Shock of the Century, explains... mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
April 2002
Bruce Sterling
Peace Is War Get ready for the new frontier of missile defense, where peacekeeping space lasers battle a storm of rogue nukes... mark for My Articles 723 similar articles
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