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Martian Poles are Like Two Different Worlds.
AN ALL-NEW "DEEP SKY"
LIVE TODAY AT 8:00PM ET
Starbursts aren't just candy!
Everyone is still talking about the new Rose Center for Earth and Space in New York City! Tonight, meet one of the astrophysicists who works
there, Charles Liu. Charles is an expert on starburst galaxies, places of extreme activity that form much faster than regular galaxies.
Aside from this spectacular, and surprisingly common, stellar event, Charles will be talking about The Big Bang Theater, The Ramp, and many other
state-of-the-art new planetarium exhibits at the Rose Center. You can even ask him directions on how to get there from Jersey!
Detailed Close-up of Eros Released
Martian Poles are Like Two Different Worlds
ESA Evaluates Six Bold Proposals For Future Science Projects
Gore's satellite Idea May Have Scientific Merit
DETAILED CLOSE-UP OF EROS RELEASED
The most detailed image of asteroid Eros taken to date has been
released. The picture, taken by NEAR on Tuesday, shows boulders as
small as 65 feet, and the "saddle" area has some intriguing features,
including a mysterious lack of craters compared to the rest of the
MARTIAN POLES ARE LIKE TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS
Images from Mars Global Surveyor released today show a "swiss cheese"
south pole, and a "cottage cheese" north pole. The high resolution
images suggest dramatic climatic differences, and a more complex
Mars than expected.
ESA EVALUATES SIX BOLD PROPOSALS FOR FUTURE SCIENCE PROJECTS
The big ideas include a probe that studies the Sun from a scorchingly
close orbit, and an exploration of the asteroid belt. The six
missions are a short-list of 49 low-cost exploratory missions, one
of which will be approved later this year.
GORE'S satellite IDEA MAY HAVE SCIENTIFIC MERIT
The controversial Earth-watching satellite project, Triana, was
proposed by Al Gore, but nearly killed by House Republicans. Now,
the independent panel assigned to evaluate the merit of the mission
has announced its findings.
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