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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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Military & Aerospace Electronics
June 2008
CCD imaging sensors from e2v equip unmanned spacecraft headed for International Space Station Eads Sodern spacecraft engineers in France, needed image sensors for the European Space Agency's Jules Verne automated transfer vehicle spacecraft destined for the international space station. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
June 23, 2008
Michael D. Lemonick
Watching the Skies: Space Is Really Big -- But Not Too Big to Map The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope will be the first telescope to take images of the entire. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
June 20, 2008
Matt Sullivan
As Phoenix Lander Finds Ice on Mars, Could a Real E.T. Be Next? In a breakthrough that likely provides scientists with their best opportunity ever to investigate extraterrestrial life, NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander has apparently spotted liquid ice on Mars. mark for My Articles 278 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
June 19, 2008
Joe Pappalardo
7 Expert Answers for How Big Business Will Spend Cash in Space At the first-ever Space Business Forum in New York, leading rocket scientists, military officers and even hedge-fund managers crunched the numbers to illuminate the future of the space industry. mark for My Articles 239 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
June 2008
Samuel K. Moore
High-Speed Moon Penetrator Tested A consortium of British researchers recently tested a high-speed penetrator -- a vehicle meant to deliver sensors and scientific instruments deep below the surface of other planets. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Popular Mechanics
June 12, 2008
Joe Pappalardo
Google Exec's ISS Trip Sends Yet Another Rich Geek to Space Two more big names are now set to join the pantheon of private citizens turned space tourists (if they'll even let you call them that anymore). And, you guessed it, they're both rich nerds -- again. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
June 3, 2008
Kevin Hall
Phoenix Lander May Have Found Ice on Mars. So What? Samples of ice could contain details of potential clues as to whether or not the planet could have supported life. mark for My Articles 190 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
June 2, 2008
Glenn Reynolds
VC Cash in Tow, Space Tourist Biz Moves Beyond Early Adopters An analysis of the influx of money into suborbital flight and what that could mean for your vacation to the moon. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
May 30, 2008
Glenn Reynolds
Is China's Space Program Armed for Apollo 2.0? Live @ ISDC 2008 China's out-of-this-world interests are nothing new as they're currently on their eleventh five-year plan. What's even clearer is that the Chinese have ambitious future plans for space. mark for My Articles 115 similar articles
May 29, 2008
Jacob Franek
5 Things You Didn't Know: Space Tourism Here are a few things you probably didn't know, but may want to remember, if you're interested in space tourism. mark for My Articles 80 similar articles
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