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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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National Defense
October 2010
Eric Beidel
Satellite System Rides the Solar Wind A new system for observing space weather is bringing scientists closer to making accurate forecasts for conditions beyond Earth's atmosphere. mark for My Articles 107 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 1, 2010
Simon Hadlington
Water vapour sheds light on stellar chemistry An international team of researchers has found evidence of water vapour within the inner regions of a carbon-rich giant star - something previously thought to have been impossible. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
August 2010
James Oberg
ISS Repair Space Walk: A Glimpse Into the Station's Future NASA is changing the way it handles hardware problems mark for My Articles 96 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 5, 2010
Phillip Broadwith
Dry Moon discovery Was there water on the Moon when it first formed? US geochemists say the distribution of chlorine isotopes in lunar rocks suggest not, or at least not as much as other recent studies have proposed mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 22, 2010
Andy Extance
Buckyballs give clue to space mystery The C60 molecule Buckminsterfullerene has been clearly identified in space for the first time, providing a possible solution to a 90-year old extraterrestrial enigma. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 21, 2010
James Urquhart
Volatile elements locked in moon rock Samples of a mineral present on the Moon and on Earth have been found to contain almost the same concentrations of hydrogen, chlorine and sulfur, adding weight to questions over how the Moon formed and evolved. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
June 28, 2010
Christopher Shay
The Moment The Japanese space program confirmed on June 10 it had unfurled the first interplanetary solar sail, powering its spacecraft IKAROS. mark for My Articles 80 similar articles
National Defense
July 2010
Stew Magnuson
Taking Out the Trash: What Can Be Done About Space Debris? What goes up doesn't necessarily come down when it comes to manmade objects orbiting the planet. mark for My Articles 153 similar articles
National Defense
June 2010
Austin Wright
Lightweight Radars to Monitor Ice from Above NASA plans to replace ground-based ice-sensing radars with lightweight devices that could monitor glaciers from above. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles Earth Calling The U.S. space agency, which two years ago broadcast the Beatles song "Across the Universe" into the cosmos, on Wednesday discussed its latest search strategy for life beyond Earth. mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
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