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On space kindness and the Chelyabinsk meteor

Posted by Vitaliy Egorov on 2013/10/04 07:04 CDT | 1 comment

Through an act of kindness, we now have images of the Chelyabinsk meteor trail from Russia's Elektro-L satellite.

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I cannot volunteer my time to work on NASA business during the furlough

Posted by Les Johnson on 2013/10/03 11:55 CDT | 9 comments

Today I received my furlough notice from NASA. Since my job isn’t considered “excepted,” in other words, since no one will be injured or die if I don’t report for work, then I am to remain at home until recalled to work after the Congress passes and the President signs some sort of budget or continuing resolution to keep the government running.

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Women scientists: Tell Your Story and Inspire Others in Astronomy

Posted by Hadiza Mohammed on 2013/10/01 04:06 CDT | 2 comments

Women Rock Science is working with the Knowledge Observatory to create an interactive display of women in astronomy from all over the world for an upcoming science festival.

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Dawn Journal: Sixth anniversary of leaving Earth

Posted by Marc Rayman on 2013/09/28 06:29 CDT | 2 comments

On the sixth anniversary of leaving Earth to embark on a daring deep-space expedition, Dawn is very, very far from its erstwhile planetary residence. Now humankind's only permanent resident of the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, the seasoned explorer is making good progress toward the largest object in that part of the solar system, the mysterious dwarf planet Ceres.

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Gravity assist

Posted by David Shortt on 2013/09/27 01:30 CDT | 15 comments

With the recent announcement by NASA that the 36 year-old spacecraft Voyager 1 has officially entered interstellar space at a distance from the sun about four times further than Neptune's orbit, and with Voyager 2 not far behind, it seems worthwhile to explore how humans managed to fling objects so far into space.

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Cometary Science at EPSC

Posted by Geraint Jones on 2013/09/26 05:02 CDT

Recently, almost a thousand researchers gathered in London for Europe’s annual meeting of planetary scientists. Here's a report from one session on cometary science.

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Swan Song

Posted by Bill Dunford on 2013/09/25 03:51 CDT | 16 comments

The final moments of a lunar orbiter, as told in a song composed by the moon itself.

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Bill Nye 'Dancing With the Stars' Update

Posted by Abigail Fraeman on 2013/09/25 01:52 CDT

We're two weeks in to ‘Dancing with the Stars’ season 17, and Bill Nye has shown that, true to his TV-theme song lyric, "science rules" in the eyes of the audience.

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Europe Will Select Its Next Major Science Mission in November

Posted by Van Kane on 2013/09/25 01:22 CDT | 2 comments

The European Space Agency will announce two major science missions this November, one of which is likely to be devoted to solar system exploration.

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Voyager: A Tribute

Posted by Stephen J. Pyne on 2013/09/25 11:15 CDT | 2 comments

The Voyagers were special when they launched. They have become more so thanks to their longevity, the breadth of their discoveries, the cultural payload they carried, and the sheer audacity of their quest.

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