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Astronomers Don't Know the Cause of Mysterious Light.
- Cassini Flyby Successful
- Astronomers Don't Know the Cause of Mysterious Light
- Tape Caused Titan Launch Failure
CASSINI FLYBY SUCCESSFUL
On its long trip to Saturn, Cassini made its successful flyby of Earth and
used the gravitational slingshot to pick up extra speed. It passed only 728
miles above the eastern South Pacific, which was of great concern to protestors
who feared the spacecraft could lose control and crash into the Earth with
its plutonium fuel.
ASTRONOMERS DON'T KNOW THE CAUSE OF MYSTERIOUS LIGHT
Three years ago Astronomers from Caltech discovered a mysterious light
in the constellation of Serpens. Strangely, they're unable to discern what
the object is, as its spectrum doesn't conform to any known patterns.
TAPE CAUSED Titan LAUNCH FAILURE
Investigators have finally determined why the military satellite launched
April 9th was stuck in a useless orbit. It appears that a connector between
the two stages of the Inertial Upper Stage failed to separate as planned.
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