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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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National Defense
November 2011
Dan Parsons
Solar Storms Could Plunge Nation into Darkness Researchers are racing to understand the effects its energy might have on the U.S power grids in hopes that potential cataclysm can be avoided. mark for My Articles 161 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 30, 2011
Jon Cartwright
Messenger Sheds Light on Mercury's Formation NASA's Messenger spacecraft is bringing new understanding to the question of how Mercury formed. The new information looks set to rewrite theories about the birth of the solar system's smallest planet. mark for My Articles 103 similar articles
September 14, 2011
Cost in Space NASA is encouraging U.S. companies to create vessels capable of transporting cargo on the 'final frontier.' mark for My Articles 237 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 25, 2011
Simon Hadlington
Meteorites Are a Chip Off the Old Asteroid Block New findings confirm that the most common type of meteorite found on Earth derive from so-called stony or S-type asteroids. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
Aug 2011
Amber Dance
The Night Sky In his free time, biologist Fred Eiserling photographed faraway galaxies and nebulae measuring light-years across -- a hobby he continues to pursue today. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
August 2011
Mason Peck
Exploring Space with Chip-sized Satellites The future of space exploration will include swarms of tiny spacecraft. mark for My Articles 130 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
August 2011
Willie D. Jones
A Fusion Thruster for Space Travel Clean, highly energetic reaction delivers a lot of drive from a drop of fuel. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles Space Suit Design In his book, Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo (MIT Press), architecture professor Nicholas de Monchaux uncovers the layers of the story of the space suit, with particular focus on the eventual winner, the 21-layer A7L suit, created by the International Latex Corporation. mark for My Articles 82 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
July 2011
Ritchie S. King
The Einstein Telescope Planning a bigger, badder gravitational-wave detector mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 27, 2011
Catherine Bacon
A Step Forward for Space Power US scientists have gained insights into how to improve polymer solar cells' stability in space to power shuttles. mark for My Articles 343 similar articles
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