Posted by A.J.S. Rayl on 2009/07/31 12:00 CDT
The Mars Exploration Rovers maintained a busy schedule in July: Spirit worked day and night doing whatever it could to make use of its abundant energy; Opportunity effectively treated its “hot” right front wheel and got back to making some consecutive long drives toward the still distant Endeavour Crater.
Posted by Jani Radebaugh on 2009/07/27 07:08 CDT
The Cassini spacecraft made its 59th flyby of Titan, Saturn's largest moon, on Friday, July 24, and in the last few hours we have received images from the RADAR instrument in SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) mode.
Posted by Samuel Lawrence on 2009/07/22 05:17 CDT
Science enables exploration, exploration enables science
Posted by Charlene Anderson on 2009/07/21 05:28 CDT
Orbiting Carbon Observatory Mishap Report Released
Posted by Susan Lendroth on 2009/07/16 01:01 CDT
Grab your bell bottoms and Tang, and travel back to 1969 when Apollo 11's journey to the Moon captivated the world, and Neil Armstrong's and Buzz Aldrin's boot prints in the lunar dust transformed us into a multi-world species.
Posted by Susan Lendroth on 2009/07/15 02:39 CDT
Planetary Society Opens Dialog with Augustine Committee
Posted by Anne Verbiscer on 2009/07/13 04:31 CDT
Icy Satellites of the Saturnian System, University College London, 29-30 June 2009