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This nighttime view of Saturn's by Cassini's visua ...
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
This nighttime view of Saturn's by Cassini's visual and infrared mapping spectrometer shows a bizarre six-sided hexagon feature encircling the entire north pole. Credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
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Engineers study the potential of inflatable struct ...
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Engineers study the potential of inflatable structures to serve as living quarters for future astronauts on the Moon. Credit: NASA/Langley Research Center
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The next tourist headed for the International Spac ...
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The next tourist headed for the International Space Station, Charles Simonyi, experiences short spurts of weightlessness aboard a modified aircraft. Credit: Space Adventures
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U.S. entrepreneur Charles Simonyi, the fifth touri ...
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
U.S. entrepreneur Charles Simonyi, the fifth tourist bound for the International Space Station, trains for spaceflight. Credit: CharlesInSpace.com
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This 3D simulation shows an exploding white dwarf ...
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
This 3D simulation shows an exploding white dwarf star (surface shown in blue). Yellow and orange represent the flame that pops out of the star. Credit: Cal Jordan/University of Chicago Flash Team
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A computer simulation shows a white dwarf explosio ...
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
A computer simulation shows a white dwarf explosion. The rings show density differences and the gray shades are fuel and ash that envelop the star. Credit: Cal Jordan/University of Chicago Flash Team
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Saturnian Waltz
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Astronomers have weaved together images of Saturn and its moons taken by the Hubble Space Telescope into a trio of movies highlighting its 30-year trek around the Sun.
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EVA 2: Power Re-Config
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
EVA 2: Power Re-Config
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Solar Array Retraction and more�
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Solar Array Retraction and more�
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The Biggest Black Holes: Galactic Cores
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Guess what lives at the core of just about all large galaxies? A hungry remnant of crushed stars that accelerates the swirl of the entire galaxy: a super-massive black hole.
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06_120EVA3
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
06_120EVA3
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STS-118 will mark the debut of the Station-Shuttle ...
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
STS-118 will mark the debut of the Station-Shuttle Power Transfer System (SSPTS). SSPTS allows Endeavour to operate from ISS power supply Credit: NASA/Space.com
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Space Shuttle in 3D
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
NASA and Microsoft team up to give a unique view of NASA's space shuttle Endeavour.
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Robert Bigelow: Government Space vs. Private Space
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Part #3 - Full, Uncut Conversation with CEO of Bigelow Aerospace.
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Robert Bigelow: Who Owns the Next 5 Decades in Space?
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Part #2 - Full, Uncut Conversation with CEO of Bigelow Aerospace.
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05_EVA_3
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
05_EVA_3
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Ready for Rotation
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Ready for Rotation
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How Black Holes Warp Space
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Black holes warp space and alter time. Experts explain how this happens and what the effects on normal matter may be.
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05_120EVA2
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
05_120EVA2
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Williams and Anderson will install orbital suppor ...
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Williams and Anderson will install orbital support equipment for the Orbiter Boon Sensor System (OBSS) on the S1 Truss. Credit: NASA/Space.com
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EVA 1: Rigging the P5 Truss
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
EVA 1: Rigging the P5 Truss
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04_EVA_2
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
04_EVA_2
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Rigging the S3/S4 Truss Structure
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Rigging the S3/S4 Truss Structure
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How to Find a Black Hole
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
If it's utterly black and pulls all radiation in itself, how do astronomers know it there? Turns out, as Stephen Hawking admitted in 2004, black holes aren't really black. But there's more to the story...
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Installing the experiment payloads
August 13, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Installing the experiment payloads
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