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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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Popular Mechanics
April 2, 2009
Star Party: 100 Hours of Astronomy At a Telescope Near You Starting April 2, there will be 100 hours of telescope-centered events around the world. Here is a list of U.S. events, by State, for April 2 - 5, 2009. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
March 2009
Joe Pappalardo
Making the Space Station a Home Deliveries of home hardware and solar panels are making the ISS a home for more astronauts. Here is a look at the ISS as home, sweet home. mark for My Articles 80 similar articles
March 23, 2009
Bob Parks
Stir Welder Builds Rockets With Friction, Not Blowtorches Arc welders are great for general purpose use, but if you're building an Ares I rocket -- the craft that will shuttle astronauts to the moon and beyond starting in 2020 -- you'll need a stir welder. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
March 18, 2009
Andrew Moseman
Mars Researchers Take an Arctic Road Trip This trip is meant to be a dry run for an even more extreme environment -- the surface of Mars. mark for My Articles 296 similar articles
Scientific American
March 2009
John Rennie
In Our Expanding Universe, Earth Is Nothing Special We're an ordinary species on an ordinary planet. Or are we? mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
April 2009
Michael Belfiore
7 International Spacecraft that Could Replace NASA's Shuttle NASA's Orion won't be ready until at least 2015, but the current space shuttle is due to retire next year. Meet the seven international spacecraft from the world's space fleet that could inherit the job of ferrying supplies into space. mark for My Articles 352 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
March 11, 2009
Tom Jones
An Astronaut's Letter to President Obama: Six Space Policy Musts Looming decisions facing the president will make or break America's status as the world leader in space. Here is some advice for Obama on what he needs to do to keep NASA on the right trajectory. mark for My Articles 323 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
March 2009
Courtney E. Howard
Teledyne Sensor Maps Moon's Surface on India's Spacecraft During the next two years, the M3 is designed to image the entire lunar surface with impressive spatial and spectral resolution. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
March 6, 2009
Mark Wolverton
Can KEPLER Help Us Find Earth's Twin? With the latest universe-gazing technology, KEPLER (along with Hubble and the most advanced ground-based telescopes) will give extrasolar planet hunters a boost in the search for Earth-like planets. mark for My Articles 125 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
March 5, 2009
Joe Pappalardo
How to Land Robots on the Moon (and Keep them Alive) Getting them there is easier said than done. And once there, conditions on the moon's surface are likely to play havoc with machinery and sensors. mark for My Articles 188 similar articles
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