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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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IEEE Spectrum
March 2013
Stephen Cass
App Watch: The Final Frontier -- on Your Phone NASA brings its missions to the smallest screen mark for My Articles 329 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
January 2013
Rachel Courtland
Gaia Telescope Will Map the Milky Way The European Space Agency project will change how astronomers view our galaxy mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
January 2013
David Schneider
Virgin Galactic Space Planes Should Launch This Year $200,000 buys you a seat and the end result should be something science-fiction writers have long dreamed of: regularly scheduled passenger flights into space. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 13, 2012
Phillip Broadwith
Quasar hydrogen found US astronomers have detected large amounts of neutral hydrogen and a lack of elements heavier than helium in a quasar thought to by in an exceptionally young part of the universe. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 7, 2012
James Urquhart
Curiosity detect hints of complex organics Nasa's Curiosity rover has detected a range of chemical species including chlorinated hydrocarbons on the surface of Mars -- indicators that point to the presence of complex organic molecules. mark for My Articles 149 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
December 2012
Toth & Turyshev
Finding the Source of the Pioneer Anomaly Thirty years ago, the first spacecraft sent to explore the outer solar system started slowing unexpectedly. Now we finally know what happened mark for My Articles 156 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 29, 2012
Jon Evans
Messenger spots Mercury performing organic chemistry Nasa's Messenger spacecraft has uncovered evidence that not only does water ice exist on the surface of the planet Mercury, but in many places this ice appears to be covered in a 10cm-thick layer of soot-like organic material. mark for My Articles 133 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 22, 2012
Jon Cartwright
Magnesium oxide might be liquid in super-Earths There may be more planets outside our solar system with protective magnetic fields than previously thought. That's the implication of a US study, which has demonstrated that the common planetary mineral magnesium oxide turns into a metallic liquid at high pressure. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 9, 2012
Laura Howes
No methane on Mars, says Curiosity The idea that there was life on Mars has been dealt a blow after analysis of the planet's atmosphere found little to no methane. mark for My Articles 223 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2012
Bedrossian et al.
Overclock My Satellite Sophisticated algorithms boost satellite performance on the cheap mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
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