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Mars Exploration Rovers Update: Spirit Gets Back Home (To Where It Once Belonged), Opportunity Completes 10K at Victoria's Rim

Posted by A.J.S. Rayl on 2007/02/28 11:00 CST

Dust storms are beginning to whirl around Mars as spring blooms in the southern hemisphere of the planet and along the equator where the Mars Exploration Rovers (MERs) are roving into their fourth year with a second banner month of exploration.

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New Horizons' Jupiter flyby was successful!

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2007/02/28 09:14 CST

According to a press release issued minutes ago, New Horizons has successfully completed its close flyby of Jupiter.

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New Horizons sees Io erupting!

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2007/02/27 11:15 CST

There were two new pictures posted on the New Horizons Science Operations Center website this morning, of Io, and if you enhance the images a bit, there are two clear volcanic plumes visible on the limb -- Tvashtar and Prometheus are active!

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With Observations in Full Swing, Team Prepares to Remove "Sunglasses" from Telescope

Posted by Amir Alexander on 2007/02/26 11:00 CST

Winter time is observing time at the Oak Ridge Observatory in Massachusetts, when humidity is low and the sky is often clear. And so it has been for the Optical SETI telescope, which opened its doors in April 2006.

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Keeping an Ear to the Center of the Galaxy, Southern SETI Prepares for Great Leap Forward

Posted by Amir Alexander on 2007/02/26 11:00 CST

Located in the southern part of the continent of South America, Southern SETI has a continuous view of densest star-fields in our galaxy. And, since 1990, it has been sponsored and supported by The Planetary Society.

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Rosetta Was Here

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2007/02/25 10:27 CST

This amazing view was captured by the CIVA camera on Rosetta's Philae lander just four minutes before its closest approach to Mars on February 25, 2007. The spacecraft was only 1,000 kilometers above the planet.

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New Horizons update and a website roundup

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2007/02/03 07:33 CST

I've just posted a very detailed timeline of New Horizons' encounter with Jupiter -- take a look!

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