• October 29, 2008
Phoenix update: Entry into and exit from safe mode, no science for a few days' recharging
Chandrayaan-1 update: Still in Earth orbit, closer to the Moon
• October 28, 2008
Schedule notes for tomorrow: Constellation and MESSENGER
The beginning of the end for Phoenix: No more robotic arm operations
Victoria crater, the site of a Mars year's worth of study, is now far over the horizon, as Opportunity has lately completed a series of very long drives. Opportunity is once again sailing the sand seas of Meridiani Planum.
• October 27, 2008
One Hubble camera ready for business
• October 24, 2008
An article in the September 26 issue of Science neatly explains why only the southern half of Mars is strongly magnetized.
• October 23, 2008
Chandrayaan-1 raises its orbit
• October 22, 2008
Mimas, Prometheus, and rings in motion
• October 21, 2008
Chandrayaan-1 launch was nominal
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