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25,000 Black Holes Lurk at Center of Milky Way.


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AN ALL-NEW COSMIC VISIONS

SpaceWatch's executive producer Christopher Trela never thought he

would actually travel into space, but intern Cara Hirsch offered him the

next best thing: a weightless ride on NASA's KC-135 airplane, the

infamous Vomit Comet. Join us for a first-person account of the entire

trip: from preparation, to weightlessness, to the grim denouement when

Cara demonstrates why the KC-135 has earned its name. It's thrills and

spills (into a barf bag) as we HURL INTO SPACE!

http://www.spacewatch.com

Exotic Photos of Martian Terrain

25,000 black holes Lurk at Center of Milky Way

Mir is Open for Business

EXOTIC PHOTOS OF MARTIAN TERRAIN

Photo mosaics of Mars Global Surveyor footage will help scientists

understand what materials make up the exotic multi-layers of the Red

Planet's South Pole. The southern regions are among the most exotic

landscapes in the solar system.

http://spaceflightnow.com/news/n0004/11martiansouthpole/index.html

http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/sci/tech/newsid_709000/709206.stm

http://www.flatoday.com/space/explore/stories/2000a/041100c.htm

25,000 black holes LURK AT CENTER OF MILKY WAY

An Ohio State University Astronomer suggests that up to 25,000 black

holes are hidden in the Milky Way Galaxy, "buzzing like flies around the

center". scientists think that the Milky Way is filled with black holes

created by exploding stars, and that as they consume other objects,

they lose their ability to maintain their orbit and fall to the center.

http://www.discovery.com/news/briefs/20000410/space_blackholes.html

MIR IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS

A new, commercial era for the aging Mir space station began on

Thursday as a Soyuz spacecraft carrying two cosmonauts successfully

docked. MirCorp announced a new round of funding for the company

and another mission later this year. They planned an automatic docking,

but flight controllers directed the cosmonauts to take over the last few

meters, concerned about possible failure with the "Kurs" automated

docking system. The cosmonauts will spend least 45 days restoring the

station, which had been uninhabited since last August.

http://www.spaceviews.com/2000/04/10a.html

News from SpaceDaily.com for Today

- Increasing Evidence That Europa Lives

http://www.spacedaily.com/news/life-00p1.html

- A Surveyor's Chronicles

http://www.spacedaily.com/news/lunarplanet-2000-00c1.html

- The Space Transportation Market: evolution or Revolution?

http://isu.isunet.edu/Symposium/Symposium2000/Symp2000home.html



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