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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
Old Articles: <Older 761-770 Newer> Bombing The Moon NASA will throw a one-two punch at the big old moon Friday and the whole world will have ringside seats for the lunar dust-up. mark for My Articles 243 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
October 2009
John Keller
Distributed Power and Space Applications Are Major Trends in Power Integrated Circuits Designers of high-reliability power integrated circuits say they are focusing on space power applications, because many of even the most demanding military power applications can use commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) power electronics. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 24, 2009
Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay
A moist moon Strong evidence for water on the moon's surface has been found by three separate spacecraft-based spectroscopic studies. mark for My Articles 105 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
September 24, 2009
Joe Pappalardo
Water Found on Moon These images show a very young lunar crater on the side of the moon that faces away from Earth, as viewed by NASA's Moon Mineralogy Mapper on the Indian Space Research Organization's Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft. mark for My Articles 292 similar articles Water On The Moon The moon isn't the dry dull place it seems. Traces of water lurk in the dirt unseen. mark for My Articles 163 similar articles
October 2009
Michael Reilly
Could a Gravity Trick Speed Us to Mars? A trip to Mars takes 6 months, but NASA engineer Robert Adams may be able to cut that time in half with an all-but-forgotten secret of orbital mechanics. mark for My Articles 275 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 18, 2009
Rich Smith
Wanna Bet on a Moonshot? If NASA doesn't decide to go to the moon, will Congress takes the Augustine Commission's advice to help subsidize private space-flight providers in hopes that will ultimately be the cheaper route for exploration? mark for My Articles 172 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
September 2009
CCD Image Sensors From e2v Launch Aboard NASA Kepler Star-Monitoring Spacecraft E2v Technologies engineers delivered the company's CCD90 imaging sensors for Kepler's photometer, designed and built by Ball Aerospace personnel. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
September 2009
EaglePicher Supplies Space Battery Power for International Space Station EaglePicher will supply nickel hydrogen space battery cells to Space Systems/Loral for the International Space Station. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles Earth-Like Planet Found Astronomers have finally found a place outside our solar system where there's a firm place to stand -- if only it weren't so broiling hot. mark for My Articles 328 similar articles
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