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Hi Res Photos Of Moon Come Back From Japanese Satellite Kaguya(Selene)

Well, this just has to be the coolest picture. This picture was taken by the Japanese satellite Kaguya(Selene) and is the first HDTV hi definition images of the moon. higher quality image here. Images like this make me sad. ... [ More ]

By Digger on November 19, 2007 |

NASA Administrator Griffin Says Shuttle And Space Station A Mistake

NASA Administrator Michael Griffin said on Tuesday that he believes the whole shuttle and space station projects have been a mistake. He said that since the 70's and the retirement of the Apollo missions that NASA has not chosen the ... [ More ]

By Digger on September 29, 2005 |

Voyager I Passed Termination Shock, Influence Of The Sun In December

This is pretty cool news. Magnetic readings aboard Voyager I show a change which indicates that the spacecraft has left the influence of the sun, a fluctuating boundary called the Termination Shock, and entered into a region called the Heliosheath. ... [ More ]

By Digger on May 25, 2005 |

NASA Approves Mars Rovers For Another 18 Months

Cool! Hopefully they'll discover something that simply can't be ignored by the general public. Like a partially buried monolith or somethin'. NASA JPL NASA has approved up to 18 more months of operations for Spirit and Opportunity, the twin Mars... [ More ]

By Digger on April 11, 2005 |

Japan Unveils 20 Year Space Plan

Japan has released an ambitious 20 year plan for its space program. It includes robotic and nanotech visits to the moon culminating in a moon landing by 2025. MSNBC Japan's space agency mapped out a new, ambitious plan for... [ More ]

By Digger on April 11, 2005 |

China To Send 2 To Orbit In September

While it's exciting to see China going into space I still have reservations about them. They seem to have moved more towards capitalism, but there's still the issue of Taiwan and China saying they will crush them recently that gives... [ More ]

By Digger on January 24, 2005 |

New Color Images And Stitched Panorama's Of Saturns Moon Titan [ Pics ]

Stitched and colored image of Titan during descent as put together by Christian Waldvogel (via anthony.liekens.net where there are more images) Composite of a 360-degrees view during descent, using 11 of the raw images. the raw images were corrected... [ More ]

By Digger on January 17, 2005 |

Huygens Probe Lands On Saturns Moon Titan [ Pics ]

The joint Cassini-Huygens has launched the probe Huygens to the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. Cassini continues to orbit relaying information being sent from the probe on the surface back to Earth. It's really quite incredible when you think... [ More ]

By Digger on January 14, 2005 |

Richard Branson To Launch Virgin Galactic With Five SpaceShipTwo Fleet

The first shots have been made in the privatization of space tourism and they have been fired by the dynamic duo of Burt Rutan and Richard Branson. Burt Rutan is recently well known for being the designer of the... [ More ]

By Digger on December 28, 2004 | Comments (2) |

International Space Station Crew Running Out Of Food

Seems with the Shuttle grounded and poor planning the crew on the International Space Station needs to cut down on eating and hope that a supply ship arrives on time two weeks from now. If there is any trouble with... [ More ]

By Digger on December 10, 2004 | Comments (3) |

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