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Updates from Past Recipients of the Shoemaker NEO Grants

Bruce Betts • July 18, 2006

Update as of July 13, 2006 Using the Shoemaker NEO Grant funds, Minor Planet Research has purchased a 1.7-terabyte data server for our Asteroid Discovery Station (ADS) education outreach program Through the generosity of Dr. Philip Christensen, this server is housed at the Mars Space Flight Facility (MSFF) at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.

Cassini's T7 RADAR view of southern Titan; northern swath coming soon

Emily Lakdawalla • July 17, 2006

Cassini's T7 flyby of Titan occurred on September 7, 2005. They've now released the full swath of RADAR image data to the Planetary Data System; here it is for your enjoyment.

Telescope shows its Amazing Capabilities

Bruce Betts • July 11, 2006

During a few observation sessions in late April, the new Optical SETI Telescope was already demonstrating its amazing capabilities. Over three nights, the telescope completed 17 hours of observation, under the direction of Paul Horowitz and his team of Harvard graduate students. During that time, the telescope observed 1% of the sky, looking for the briefest flashes of light coming from outer space.

Searching for E.T. and the Cure for Cancer:The Planetary Society Helps Trigger a Computing Revolution

Charlene Anderson and Amir Alexander • July 07, 2006

Planetary Society members truly have helped pioneer new techniques in the conduct of science. Our initial investment has returned amazing results that will continue to deliver benefits over years to come.

The Borup Fiord Field Site

Emily Lakdawalla • July 01, 2006 • 1

The Sulfur Springs of Borup Fiord Pass, Ellesmere Island, offer an excellent Europa analog.

MESSENGER has flipped for the last time

Emily Lakdawalla • June 21, 2006

I just received a MESSENGER mission news update stating that the MESSENGER spacecraft, en route to Mercury via two Venus flybys, has passed another milestone on its long journey: it has, for the last time, passed from Earth's environs toward the inner solar system.

New Horizons tracks an asteroid

Emily Lakdawalla • June 15, 2006

New Horizons is spending the summer traversing the asteroid belt. I haven't written a lot about New Horizons lately because the mission has been going so uneventfully well. But now I've got something to write about: data!!

The official publication on the second Titan RADAR swath is out

Emily Lakdawalla • June 07, 2006

Today Nature published an article titled "Titan Radar Mapper observations from Cassini's T3 fly-by."

An Odyssey THEMIS image of Gale Crater, Mars

Emily Lakdawalla • May 26, 2006

This week's releases from the Mars Odyssey THEMIS team included a gorgeous one of the layered interior of Gale crater.

A couple of neat artist's conceptions of ExoMars

Emily Lakdawalla • May 26, 2006

With the Aurora program under way, the next European mission to Mars will be a rover named ExoMars, to be launched in 2011.

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