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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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May 2007
Kathryn Hansen
Martian Pole Boasts Icy Detail A new map of Mars' south pole revealed that the ice cap is composed almost entirely of water ice and measures up to 3.7 kilometers thick. mark for My Articles 281 similar articles
May 2007
Carolyn Gramling
Down to Earth with...Robert Nemiroff and Jerry Bonnell An interview with the astrophysicists who launched a Web site to share some of their favorite starry pictures with the world. Here they discuss finding images, detecting fakes and 2001: A Space Odyssey. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
May 2007
Barry E. DiGregorio
There Will Be Cooking on Mars NASA's upcoming Phoenix lander mission may resolve lingering questions about organic molecules and liquid water on Mars. mark for My Articles 257 similar articles
The Motley Fool
April 25, 2007
Rich Smith
Quick Take: Mission to Mars? Aim Higher It's time to kick the space race into higher gear. European Southern Observatory's telescope in La Silla, Chile, has identified a planet circling the red dwarf star Gliese 581 as capable of supporting life. mark for My Articles 144 similar articles
April 24, 2007
Sean Cooper
Houston, We Have a Trash Problem Outer space is becoming a garbage heap. Here are 6 ideas to clean up space. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
May 2007
Alex Hutchinson
NASA's New Moon Robot: Dig It! The space agency plans to turn lunar dust into air and water for astronauts arriving on the moon. The safest way to do that? With Lockheed Martin's robotic digger and gatherer. mark for My Articles 164 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
April 2007
ITT Delivers Imaging Sensor for Next-Generation GeoEye-1 Satellite The electro-optical assembly (camera) will take pan-sharpened, multispectral images of the Earth with better than 0.5-meter resolution from 425 miles above the Earth. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
May 2007
Thomas D. Jones
Should We Repair Hubble? A plan to save the Hubble calls for five spacewalks and two shuttles. We asked a four-time shuttle astronaut if it's worth the risk. mark for My Articles 172 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2007
Sandra Upson
U.S. Earth-Sensing Satellites Left Out In the Cold The degree of precision needed to forecast hurricanes, and the future accuracy of climate modeling as well, may be in danger if recent trends in Earth-observing satellite programs persist. mark for My Articles 465 similar articles
March 26, 2007
Kate Murphy
Celestial Sightseeing Astro tourism - to glimpse eclipses, meteor showers, and comets around the planet - is taking off. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
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