Emily Lakdawalla • July 06, 2010
As promised last week, Cassini has delivered its best photos yet of the tiny moon Daphnis, the ringmoon that is responsible for carving out the skinny Keeler gap at the outer edge of Saturn's A ring.
A very brief item posted on the Hayabusa website included two pictures of the interior of its sample return capsule, one of which shows a particle.
Charlene Anderson • July 02, 2010
To see the bigger picture, it can help to step back a bit from your current position. Sometimes you need to consider the past to inform your vision for the future.
Louis D. Friedman • July 01, 2010
The IKAROS spacecraft continues to perform its mission well as its team at the Japan Space Exploration Center moves closer to the first fully controlled solar sail flight.
Emily Lakdawalla • July 01, 2010
June 2010 was certainly busy with Hayabusa and IKAROS action, so I really needed a vacation.
A couple of months ago, someone on Twitter sent me a link to an article about Laura Cesari's bead jewelry inspired by the solar system. I thought it was awfully cool.
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