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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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IEEE Spectrum
January 2008
Saswato R Das
Replacement for Hubble Space Telescope Will Use Copper-based Communications Systems Optical fiber interconnects not yet good enough for James Webb Space Telescope, but SpaceWire standard is. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
February 2008
New Tech to Protect Spacecraft from Space Junk NASA scientists seeking other solutions to their current time-consuming processes of searching for small holes in spacecraft skin are focusing on new wireless technologies that can find tiny leaks by tracking vibrations across a spacecraft's metal skin. mark for My Articles 133 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
January 2008
Joshua J. Romero
Searching the Sky Image-recognition software for astronomy pictures brings professional and amateur astronomers together. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 27, 2007
Rich Smith
Look! Up in the Sky! Russia launched the last three satellites needed to complete its Global Navigation Satellite System, bringing to 18 the number of satellites in orbit, enough to provide GPS coverage over all of Russia. mark for My Articles 179 similar articles
December 26, 2007
Russia's Rival GPS System Nears Completion Russia successfully launched a rocket on Tuesday carrying the last three satellites to complete a navigation system to rival America's GPS. mark for My Articles 312 similar articles
December 20, 2007
Erin Biba
Set to Roll in 2009: The All-New Bigger, Badder-Ass Mars Rover The Mars Science Laboratory is nuclear powered and packed with gadgets never before seen on the Red Planet. mark for My Articles 171 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 20, 2007
Alex Hutchinson
Satellite to Measure Rain From Space, Outsmart Your Weatherman Rain precipitation is difficult to predict, so scientists are using satellites to improve predictions. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 17, 2007
Simon Hadlington
Blow to Hopes for Life on Mars Organic molecules found on rocks from Mars may not be the remnants of ancient Martian microbes after all. mark for My Articles 248 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 12, 2007
Alex Hutchinson
NASA Will Tinker With Open-Source Rocket for Return to Moon The "brains" of the Ares I rocket that will be built by Boeing, but the specifications will be open-source and non-proprietary, so that other companies can bid on future contracts. mark for My Articles 180 similar articles
Fast Company
December 1, 2007
Charles Fishman
To The Moon! (In a Minivan) How NASA and Lockheed Martin are building a successor to the Space Shuttle - using off-the-shelf technology and plain old pragmatism. mark for My Articles 271 similar articles
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