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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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Chemistry World
December 17, 2013
Emma Stoye
Noble gas molecules detected in space Molecules containing a noble gas have been detected in space for the first time by astronomers in the UK. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 20, 2013
Emma Stoye
NASA probe sets off for Mars NASA's latest Mars mission -- the Maven (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN) orbiter -- has begun its 10-month journey to the red planet after its successful launch this week from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, US. mark for My Articles 223 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 4, 2013
Andrea Sella
Michelson's interferometer Today, Michelson's legacy is everywhere: miniature descendants of his apparatus sit in our infrared spectrometers, interference fringes betray the secrets of excited atoms, and continent-sized interferometers scan the universe. mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
July 1, 2013
Laura Howes
Quantum tunnelling in space Interstellar dust clouds might be host to more chemistry than previously imagined. mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 28, 2013
Extreme extraction Imagine how extreme it would be to mine at the bottom of the ocean or on asteroids in the depths of space. That is exactly what a few pioneering companies are planning to do. mark for My Articles 107 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 4, 2013
Simon Hadlington
Titanium oxides in stellar clouds finally pinned down After decades of searching, astronomers at last appear to have found two key components of the dust that forms around stars -- the oxide and dioxide of titanium. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2013
Jean Kumagai
Protecting the Power Grid From Solar Storms New spacecraft will aid forecasts of space weather. mark for My Articles 182 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 21, 2013
Neil Withers
Harry Kroto: From light years to nanometers -- and back My emphasis in the Pittcon plenary lecture is that the discovery of C 60 started off from an interest in massive clouds of gas in interstellar space. You go from these huge objects into the nanoscale world and back again out into space. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 18, 2013
Simon Hadlington
Dried lake bed on Mars 'could have supported life' New chemical analysis by the Mars rover Curiosity suggests that Mars was once more hospitable to life. mark for My Articles 82 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 14, 2013
Jon Cartwright
Exoplanet spectrum hints at 'core accretion' Scientists in the US and Canada have uncovered what could be the most detailed spectrum of an exoplanet to date. The spectrum reveals the presence of carbon monoxide and water, which suggest that the planet formed by core accretion. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
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