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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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Chemistry World
October 16, 2012
Simon Hadlington
Cheers as Mars x-ray spectrometer delivers rock data Space scientists are celebrating the arrival of the first set of data from the Mars Curiosity Rover's alpha-particle x-ray spectrometer -- APXS -- which has analyzed the chemical composition of a small triangular wedge of rock on the surface of the planet. mark for My Articles 97 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2012
The Cosmological Supercomputer How the Bolshoi simulation evolves the universe all over again mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 2, 2012
Jon Cartwright
Curiosity -- searching in vain? On 6 August, if all goes to plan, NASA's Curiosity probe will touch down on a rocky crater close to the Martian equator. Its main mission objective is to look for signs of habitability mark for My Articles 104 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
August 2012
Rachel Courtland
Curiosity's 1-Ton Touchdown The Mars rover will rely on dead reckoning and radar to land on the Red Planet mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 26, 2012
Simon Hadlington
Inflatable mushroom gives spacecraft a gentle landing As a space vehicle enters the atmosphere of a planet it needs to slow down to reduce the impact upon landing and to reduce the temperatures on the surface of the craft. The latest idea is for the vehicle to carry an inflatable heat-proof shield. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 20, 2012
Simon Hadlington
New type of chemical bond around dwarf stars The work, led by Trygve Helgaker at the University of Oslo in Norway, not only provides insights into fundamental aspects of electronic interactions with magnetic fields, but also sheds light on the exotic chemistry that exists in stellar environments. mark for My Articles 149 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 13, 2012
Simon Hadlington
Where did Earth's water come from? One big question that remains unanswered about the evolution of the early Earth is how volatiles such as hydrogen, nitrogen and carbon arrived -- their presence being crucial to the origins of water and life. mark for My Articles 117 similar articles
May 16, 2012
David Blanchard
Startup Plans to Mine Asteroids for Precious Metals Planetary Resources aims for outer space to alleviate the scarcity of raw materials mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
May/Jun 2012
Andras Holl
Information Bulletin on Variable Stars -- Rich Content and Novel Services for an Enhanced Publication Technically skilled authors, freely available bibliographic services and discipline-wide standardization -- all characteristic of astronomy -- form the foundation on which this uniquely enhanced journal is built, enabling it to provide quality services to its research community. mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
Fast Company
June 2012
Lindsey Kratochwill
How To Experience The Transit Of Venus On June 5 Astronomers have watched this journey for centuries, but over time, technology has created new ways to experience the age-old event. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
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