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Two Earth-orbiting satellites collide

Emily Lakdawalla • February 11, 2009

Two Earth-orbiting satellites collide

Dawn's really feeling Mars now

Emily Lakdawalla • February 11, 2009

Dawn's really feeling Mars now

Extensions for ESA's missions to Venus and Mars

Emily Lakdawalla • February 10, 2009

Extensions for ESA's missions to Venus and Mars

Catching up on some news: LPSC, MESSENGER at perihelion, Google Mars, Okina impact

Emily Lakdawalla • February 09, 2009

Catching up on some news: LPSC, MESSENGER at perihelion, Google Mars, Okina impact

New names for gaps in Saturn's rings

Emily Lakdawalla • February 09, 2009

New names for gaps in Saturn's rings

There's more to the Hayabusa story

Emily Lakdawalla • February 07, 2009

After posting my brief "Hooray for Hayabusa" note on Thursday I got an email from the Japanese blogger "5thstar," telling me that there was more to Hayabusa's story.

OpEd: Beyond the Moon

Emily Lakdawalla • February 07, 2009

OpEd: Beyond the Moon

Vernal dawn is coming to Titan's far north

Emily Lakdawalla • February 05, 2009

Vernal dawn is coming to Titan's far north

Spirit update: It keeps going

Emily Lakdawalla • February 04, 2009

There have been a couple more releases from JPL in recent days updating the slightly worrisome announcement about Spirit that came out on January 28.

Hooray for Hayabusa!

Emily Lakdawalla • February 04, 2009

According to JAXA (the Japanese space agency), poor little Hayabusa has successfully restarted its ion engine and has resumed powered flight today. Hooray! This is good news for Hayabusa's eventual return to Earth.

ANSMET Blogs: Return to civilization

Emily Lakdawalla • February 03, 2009

ANSMET Blogs: Return to civilization

New Google Mars

Ryan Anderson • February 03, 2009

Google Earth's latest edition was just released and guess what? It has a Mars setting!

A pretty new Hubble image of Mars

Emily Lakdawalla • February 02, 2009

A set of Mars image data taken by the Hubble Space Telescope a year ago was just released to Hubble's data archive. It was captured by Hubble's Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 on January 30, 2008 when Mars was about 115 million kilometers from Earth.

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