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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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October 2007
Erin Wayman
Reaching for the Stars in Planet Formation Most known exoplanets orbit stars that appear to be rich in metals. New research suggests these stars may be polluted with metal from planetary debris -- or even a planet -- that collided with the star. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
October 2007
Hubble Sees Evolving Galaxies Researchers at the Space Telescope Science Institute recently compiled more than 500 images taken with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to reveal a tapestry-style image of at least 50,000 galaxies in a small stretch of sky near the Big Dipper. mark for My Articles 155 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
September 25, 2007
Rand Simberg
Space Gas Station Would Blast Huge Payloads to the Moon Boeing has unveiled a radical redesign of NASA's plan to return to the lunar surface: save weight by saving gas for an orbital fill-'er-up, then shoot 15 times more material to the moon. mark for My Articles 354 similar articles
September 25, 2007
Miyoko Ohtake
Virgin Galactic Preps for Lift-Off at the World's First Spaceport New Mexico Spaceport Authority unveils design for world's first public launching and landing site for space vehicles. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
September 25, 2007
Erik Malinowski
How Do You Simulate Space Junk Hitting a Rocket? A 45-Foot-Long BB Gun. Physics lab creates high-velocity gun to test durability of future composite or aluminum skins for spacecraft. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
Scientific American
October 2007
Racing past the Moon Today competition matters less than conquering space. mark for My Articles 265 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
September 2007
James Oberg
Russians Prepare to Go to Mars Without Leaving the Ground In a battered brick warehouse in southeastern Moscow, scientists are preparing to confine a team of volunteers to a simulated Mars-bound spacecraft for more than a year. The simulation is really like a classic exercise in reliability engineering. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 14, 2007
Tim Beyers
To the Moon, Google! Google puts up a $30 million cash prize to whoever can explore 500 meters of the lunar surface and transmit high-definition video back to Earth before December 31, 2012. mark for My Articles 311 similar articles
September 13, 2007
Spencer Reiss
Google Offers $20 Million X Prize to Put Robot on Moon Google will award $20 million to the first private team to put a robot on the moon. mark for My Articles 166 similar articles
September 24, 2007
Ronald Grover
Gentlemen, Start Your Rockets A group of space entrepreneurs is trying to get the Rocket Racing League off the launchpad. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
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