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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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December 15, 2003
Malcolm Wheatley
A Visit to Europe's Mission Control AT 19:15 Greenwich Mean Time on June 2, 2003, after one Earth orbit, the space probe Mars Express separated from the final stage of the giant Soyuz-Fregat rocket launcher that had blasted off from the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan. Europe's mission to Mars was under way. mark for My Articles 328 similar articles
December 2003
Megan Sever
A year of global ice observations Scientists are now getting the most accurate view ever of changes in the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets. The new maps, using NASA's Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite, are shedding light on the processes controlling these ice masses, which comprise 75 percent of Earth's freshwater. mark for My Articles 194 similar articles
Linux Journal
January 1, 2004
Tony Steidler-Dennison
Linux, Talon and Astronomy A new open-source application lets professional and amateur astronomers explore space from their desktops. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
PC Magazine
October 24, 2003
Cade Metz
Solar Flare Could Disrupt Technology As it moves towards earth from the sun, a geomagnetic storm has already interfered with airline communications. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
Industrial Physicist
Dec 2003/Jan 2004
Dawn Lenz
Understanding and predicting space weather When streams of charged particles from the sun interact with the Earth's magnetic field, there can be serious consequences for electrical power grids, communications networks (radio, television, and telephone), and satellite operations. mark for My Articles 336 similar articles
November 2003
Mahmood et al.
Snapshots from Space of the World's Continents Studying Earth as a system -- including the hydrological, biological, geochemical, cryospheric and solid earth components -- requires routine acquisition of high-resolution, synoptic-scale observations that can be composited into snapshots of Earth in a sequence of moments. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
November 2003
Ralph J. Thompson
Civilian Agencies Implement the Bush Space Policy In April, President Bush authorized a national policy establishing guidance for federal use of commercial satellite data. Civilian agencies must now examine their needs. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
October 2003
Hydrocarbon oceans on Titan Ground-based radar telescopes finally have penetrated the hazy atmosphere of Saturn's largest moon to yield the first reliable evidence that it might have hydrocarbon oceans. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
October 2003
Naomi Lubick
Water clues from martian carbonates For the first time, scientists have convincingly detected small yet possibly widespread amounts of carbonate minerals in the dust on Mars' surface. The findings provide new hints about water on Mars, as well as the history of the planet's atmosphere. mark for My Articles 357 similar articles
September 2003
Fred Schwab
Manned Space Exploration: Should We Give it Up? Do the risks of sending humans into space justify the ends? Is it time to de-emphasize "astronaut science," and to concentrate instead on unmanned missions into space mark for My Articles 350 similar articles
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