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No Icecaps at the Lunar Poles

Emily Lakdawalla • November 14, 2003

New observations reported this week in the journal Nature have cast doubt on the theory that thick deposits of ground ice lie conveniently close to the surface in permanently shadowed crater floors at the lunar poles.

Researchers Discover Lakes on Titan

Emily Lakdawalla • October 16, 2003

Recent radar observations of Saturn’s moon Titan have produced the first direct evidence that the second largest moon in the solar system may be hiding pools of liquid hydrocarbons underneath its smoggy atmosphere.

New and Improved [email protected] will Form the Backbone of Distributed Computing Network

Amir Alexander • September 25, 2003

[email protected] and BOINC are gradually converging, and the benefits for both are substantial. While [email protected] enjoys the increased flexibility of the BOINC platform, it brings to BOINC something of inestimable value to a distributed computing project: millions of [email protected] users, willing to use their computers' processing power for the advancement of scientific research.

Analyzing the Reobservations

Amir Alexander • July 18, 2003

[email protected] chief scientist Dan Werthimer and his team went back to Arecibo to reobserve the most promising candidate signals detected by the project so far. Unlike most of the year, when SE[email protected] piggy-backs on the regular operations of the telescope, this time the Werthimer's crew had the full use of the resources of the giant dish.

Watching Spirit Launch to Mars

Emily Lakdawalla • June 10, 2003

Spirit has successfully launched to Mars, and I was there with members of the science team to witness it.

Scientists Detail Ambitious Goals of Mars Express

Emily Lakdawalla • April 25, 2003

Scientists working on the European Space Agency's (ESA's) Mars Express detailed the mission's ambitious plan to study Mars from the top of its atmosphere to several kilometers beneath its surface, at a press conference in London, England last week.

Reobservations Report No. 8: Beyond the Countdown: [email protected] Makes Plans for the Future

Amir Alexander • March 27, 2003

[email protected]'s Stellar Countdown has come to an end at the Arecibo Radio Observatory. All in all the Stellar countdown observed 227 promising locations in the sky. Within the next few weeks all the data collected and recorded will be processed by [email protected] users around to world.

Reobservations Report No. 7: On Last Day at Arecibo, [email protected] Turns to Distant Planetary System

Amir Alexander • March 24, 2003

After getting bumped off the telescope last week to make way for Solar flare observations, [email protected] Chief Scientist Dan Werthimer and his crew will spend 14 hours today observing the locations of [email protected]'s most promising candidate signals, as well as a few other interesting locations.

Reobservations Report No. 6: Solar Intervention Postpones [email protected] Reobservations

Amir Alexander • March 19, 2003

[email protected]'s plans to reobserve its most promising candidate signals were interrupted today by the unexpected intervention of a Solar flare.

Reobservations Report No. 5: First Observation Session Completed at Arecibo

Amir Alexander • March 18, 2003

The [email protected] team has completed the first of its three 8-hour observation session at Arecibo, designed to revisit the most promising candidate signals detected so far by [email protected]

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