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Martian Meteorite is 3.9 Billion Years Old.


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Martian meteorite is 3.9 Billion Years Old

X-34 Tests Complete for the Year

Delta 2 Launch Threatened By Rainstorm

Venus, Regulus and Crescent Moon in the Morning Sky

MARTIAN meteorite IS 3.9 BILLION YEARS OLD

Scientists at the Johnson Space Center's Planetary Sciences Branch

have recently dated a meteorite that came from Mars to be approximately

3.9 billion years old. It's believed the meteorite was blasted by a

meteor or Comet from Mars 16 million years ago, where it drifted in

space before striking Antarctica 13,000 years ago.

http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9910/04marsrock/index.html

http://www.spaceviews.com/1999/10/04a.html

X-34 TESTS COMPLETE FOR THE YEAR

NASA announced that its captive carry flight tests of the X-34

reusable launch vehicle, by strapping to the bottom of an L-1011

airplane, are complete for the year. The most recent test happened

on September 16th, but NASA chose not to announce this until today.

It's hoped that the first powered tests of the vehicle will

happen in mid-2000.

http://www.spaceviews.com/1999/10/04b.html

DELTA 2 LAUNCH THREATENED BY RAINSTORM

If everything goes well, an Air Force Delta 2 carrying a $42 million

NAVSTAR Global Positioning System 2R-3 military navigation satellite

will lift off from Cape Canaveral on Wednesday. But thick clouds and

rainstorms are bearing down on the Cape, and may delay the launch

if the cloud cover gets more than 1,300 meters.

http://www.flatoday.com/space/today/100599i.htm

VENUS, REGULUS AND CRESCENT Moon IN THE MORNING SKY

If you can get up early enough, and if the skies in your area are

clear, you'll see a beautiful grouping of three of the brightest

objects in the night sky. The planet Venus, the star Regulus, and

a crescent Moon will be gathered together in a tight triangle on

the eastern horizon.

http://www.msnbc.com/news/284079.asp

http://www.flatoday.com/space/today/100599d.htm




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