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Ever Plan Ahead? How About Six Years Ahead?

Alan Stern • May 19, 2009

Despite still being more than six years and just over 18 Astronomical Units from the Pluto system, the project team for New Horizons is conducting the second and final portion of our Pluto Encounter Preliminary Design Review (EPDR) tomorrow and the next day.

Lou Friedman Live on National Public Radio

Susan Lendroth • May 19, 2009

Lou Friedman Live on National Public Radio

More from the Budget Hearing

Louis D. Friedman • May 19, 2009

More from the Budget Hearing

Update from the NASA FY 2010 Budget Hearing

Louis D. Friedman • May 19, 2009

Update from the NASA FY 2010 Budget Hearing

Today's Hearing on NASA's FY 2010 Budget Request

Louis D. Friedman • May 19, 2009

Today's Hearing on NASA's FY 2010 Budget Request

LRO & LCROSS Up-Close Tour

Emily Lakdawalla • May 19, 2009

LRO & LCROSS Up-Close Tour

Exciting Times Ahead: 2010 Will Sizzle, and 2011 Will Really Cook!

Alan Stern • May 18, 2009

Today, I'm kicking the week off with a look at the unusually intense confluence of far flung planetary exploration that's just around the corner, starting the middle of next year.

Hubble Spacewalks: 2 Down, 3 to Go, Never Routine

Emily Lakdawalla • May 18, 2009

Hubble Spacewalks: 2 Down, 3 to Go, Never Routine

Woman who named Pluto dies at 90

Susan Lendroth • May 14, 2009

Woman who named Pluto dies at 90

Atlantis Astronauts Rocket into Space and Grab Hubble

Emily Lakdawalla • May 14, 2009

Atlantis Astronauts Rocket into Space and Grab Hubble

Herschel and Planck Away!

Mark Adler • May 14, 2009

Herschel and Planck Away!

Kepler Seeking Out New Life and New Civilizations

Mark Adler • May 14, 2009

Kepler Seeking Out New Life and New Civilizations

One-on-One Chat with Ed Weiler on Hubble and the Future of Mars Exploration

Emily Lakdawalla • May 14, 2009

One-on-One Chat with Ed Weiler on Hubble and the Future of Mars Exploration

Spirit Stuck

Mark Adler • May 12, 2009

The Spirit rover on Mars is currently stuck in a patch of loose material. After a few attempts to get free, the team has wisely decided to do further experiments on Earth instead of on Mars.

Atlantis Launches on a Final Mission to Hubble

Emily Lakdawalla • May 11, 2009

Atlantis Launches on a Final Mission to Hubble

An Auspicious Week for Astronomy

Mark Adler • May 11, 2009

On Monday, if all goes well, we will launch the Space Shuttle to rejuvenate one the greatest scientific missions launched on or off the Earth: the Hubble Space Telescope.

Fueling Atlantis! T Minus 6 Hours and Counting

Emily Lakdawalla • May 11, 2009

Fueling Atlantis! T Minus 6 Hours and Counting

Atlantis Exposed to the Heavens -- T Minus 14 Hours from Blast-off to Hubble

Emily Lakdawalla • May 11, 2009

Atlantis Exposed to the Heavens -- T Minus 14 Hours from Blast-off to Hubble

"Go" at T-2 days from launch -- Hubble Science Instruments Preview

Emily Lakdawalla • May 10, 2009

"Go" at T-2 days from launch -- Hubble Science Instruments Preview

Once a Decade

Jim Bell • May 10, 2009

Once a Decade

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