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Magazine articles on space and astronomy.
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Fast Company
Neal Ungerleider
Private Spaceflight Gets A New Boost From Silicon Valley Bessemer Venture Partners, which manages more than $4 billion in capital and primarily invests in cybersecurity and enterprise technology firms, announced a new aerospace investment practice this week. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 19, 2015
Katrina Kramer
Mars 3-D Having previously only had a vague interest in the Mars missions, Nasa investigator Jim Bell's book certainly got me hooked. mark for My Articles 155 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 22, 2015
Andy Extance
Comet 67P's carbon blanket promises solar system birth insights A layer of organic material unlike anything seen on any other comet humans have studied enfolds comet 67P/Churyumov -- Gerasimenko, Rosetta probe scientists have revealed. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 8, 2014
James Urquhart
Asteroid bombardment of early Earth may have created building blocks of life Scientists in the Czech Republic and US have shown how asteroid collisions with early Earth could have sparked reactions that produced the basic chemical building blocks of life four billion years ago. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 28, 2014
Matthew Gunther
DNA survives extreme heat of rocket re-entry DNA can survive the extreme conditions of sub-orbital spaceflight and re-entry. mark for My Articles 163 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 19, 2014
Emma Stoye
Philae detects organics on comet's surface The first measurements taken by the Philae lander, which touched down on Comet 67P on 12 November, reveal organic compounds are present on the comet's surface, and also hint at a dense, icy interior. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 4, 2014
Rebecca Trager
Precious science cargo lost in rocket explosion When the unmanned Antares cargo rocket exploded just moments after liftoff on October 28th, several planned scientific experiments were ruined. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 3, 2014
Tim Wogan
Earth ripe for life soon after formation There has been water on Earth since shortly after it formed, say researchers from the US, who compared the deuterium to hydrogen ratios in water on Earth and from the Vesta asteroid belt. mark for My Articles 165 similar articles
Information Today
October 14, 2014
Spaceflight Journal Blasts Off Nature Publishing Group and Arizona State University's Biodesign Institute announced a new open access journal, npj Microgravity, which will accept submissions in late October. mark for My Articles 97 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 6, 2014
Tim Wogan
Solar wind whips up water on moon The volcanic glasses from the moon's soil let the scientists rule out other ways that water might have been created mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
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