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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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Popular Mechanics
November 2008
Toby Jorrin
New Earthbound Telescopes Will Be Hundreds of Times Sharper Than Hubble The $45 million array of telescopes will reveal enlightening details of stars and black holes. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 2008
Joe Pappalardo
NASA's Robot Winnebago to Walk & Roll on Lunar Surface What kind of ride would you want for a lunar road trip? NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is developing a hardy robotic vehicle that could serve as an all-purpose hauler for explorers. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
Science News
October 10, 2008
Tom Siegfried
Book Review: The Black Hole War: My Battle With Stephen Hawking To Make The World Safe For Quantum Mechanics By Leonard Susskind The deepest issues are treated conversationally and accessibly, recounting efforts to persuade the physics community to appreciate the crisis that Stephen Hawking's work on black holes created. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
October 9, 2008
Thomas D. Jones
Why the World Needs Asteroid Insurance: Resident Astronaut Meteors, or bolides, strike Earth routinely, part of the hundred tons or so of cosmic debris that rain down on us every day. We orbit the Sun in a cosmic shooting gallery mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
October 9, 2008
Karen Fox
How To Build a Dobsonian Telescope: DIY Astronomy Project The actual construction took a weekend, and it would be a great project to tackle with kids. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
October 2008
Ryan Krogh
Space Shots This month, NASA astronaut and mountaineer John Grunsfeld, will blast into orbit carrying a camera that belonged to his friend Bradford Washburn, pioneer of aerial photography and Alaskan mountaineering. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2008
Wesson & Anderson
The Gravity Probe B Bailout Perhaps the most sophisticated satellite ever flown was nearly doomed by a tiny error, and NASA planned to end the experiment. But with a little creative fund-raising, the project may have bought enough time to prove its worth mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
September 2008
Courtney E. Howard
NASA Upgrades Voice and Data Systems The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in Washington has upgraded its data handling and communications systems with some of the latest technology innovations, including voice-over-IP (VoIP). mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
September 24, 2008
Andrew Moseman
Weaker Solar Wind Won't Slow Global Warming, May Threaten Astronauts If a spacecraft keeps chugging along for long enough, eventually it may find something startling. mark for My Articles 590 similar articles
September 22, 2008
Vince Beiser
Use Big Robots -- and Big Rockets Carolyn Porco has been criticizing the space program's shuttle-centric approach for years, and now the agency is finally listening to her. Here are points she would make if she were granted an audience with the president. mark for My Articles 122 similar articles
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