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Dawn Journal: Approaching Conjunction

Posted by Marc Rayman on 2010/11/03 03:12 CDT

Continuing its journey to collect treats in the main asteroid belt, Dawn is making excellent progress toward its July 2011 rendezvous with protoplanet Vesta.

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Carnival of Space #176 and Lou's View

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/11/03 03:02 CDT

Travel to Kentucky for the 176th Carnival of Space -- bet you didn't know Kentucky had space industry!

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Discovery Launch at T-22 Hours: A Study in Contrasts and Enthusiasm

Posted by Mat Kaplan on 2010/11/02 07:51 CDT

Mat Kaplan is at the Kennedy Space Center, 22 hours before shuttle Discovery is due to launch. Parts of the KSC are old and uncared for, while others are at the bleeding edge of space-flight technology.

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Space Shuttle: Not Designed by Hollywood

Posted by Mat Kaplan on 2010/11/02 01:42 CDT

A brief musing on the public opinion of the shuttle when it was first unveiled, and now, as it's about to be retired.

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Deep Impact movies of outbursts from Hartley 2

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/11/01 10:38 CDT

Since comet Hartley 2 -- the target of Deep Impact's November 4 flyby -- is near its perihelion, it's no surprise that it's an active comet with lots of outbursts.

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There is something about the space shuttle...

Posted by Mat Kaplan on 2010/11/01 06:48 CDT

Mat Kaplan relays his experiences and thoughts as he makes his way to the Kennedy Space Center to witness the launch of the shuttle Discovery.

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Rover news; Earth-size exoplanets; Future of Russian space

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/11/01 03:50 CDT

Just a linky post here.

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Three days until Deep Impact's encounter with Hartley 2

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2010/11/01 01:27 CDT

The week is finally here: Deep Impact flies past Hartley 2, the smallest comet yet to be visited by a spacecraft, on Thursday, November 4 at 13:50 UTC.

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