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Ground and Orbital Telescopes Image Exploding Star

NEAR Shoemaker Edging Into Tight Orbit

NASA and National Cancer Institute Developing Nanotechnology

GROUND AND ORBITAL Telescopes IMAGE EXPLODING STAR

Composites of X-ray, optical, and radio images have produced a more

revealing picture of an exploding star. E0102-72 is the remains of a star

that exploded in the nearby Galaxy referred to as the Small Magellanic

Cloud. Combined images from Chandra X-ray Observatory, the Hubble

Space Telescope, and the Australia telescope Compact Array provide

scientists with a much more complete picture of supernova explosions.

http://spaceflightnow.com/news/n0004/13chandra/index.html

NEAR SHOEMAKER EDGING INTO TIGHT ORBIT

A 5-second burn on Tuesday nudged NEAR into a circular orbit of about

62 miles from asteroid Eros. NEAR is gathering its closest images yet at

this orbital distance for 11 days. A maneuver on April 22 will begin

descent into its prime scientific orbit, when NEAR is 31 miles from the

center of Eros.

http://spaceflightnow.com/news/n0004/13nearburn/index.html

http://www.discovery.com/news/briefs/20000412/space_near.html

http://www.spaceviews.com/2000/04/12b.html

NASA AND NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE DEVELOPING NANOTECHNOLOGY

NASA Administrator Dan Goldin and National Cancer Institute director

Richard Klausner will be signing a memorandum today to begin formal

collaboration on biomedical technology. They are working to develop

microscopic sensors capable of entering human cells to detect and treat

illness.

http://www.msnbc.com/news/393631.asp



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