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How Can We Write About Science When People Are Dying?

Posted by Nadia Drake on 2015/11/25 05:42 CST | 5 comments

Stories about exploration and wonder can be powerful antidotes to seemingly endless suffering and destruction.

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DPS 2015: Solar System Formation

Posted by Erika Nesvold and John Debes on 2015/11/20 05:47 CST

At the 47th Division of Planetary Systems meeting, many presentations touched on some of the most contentious and poorly known aspects of how planets form.

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OSIRIS-REx Progressing Through Environmental Testing

Posted by Dante Lauretta on 2015/11/16 07:49 CST | 1 comment

The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft continues to make steady progress toward launch in September 2016. Environmental testing is now underway to ensure the spacecraft is ready for the many conditions it will experience over its mission.

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Pretty Pictures of the Cosmos: Lesser-Known Beauty

Posted by Adam Block on 2015/11/13 05:24 CST

Award-winning astrophotographer Adam Block shares stunning images of a few rarely-imaged pieces of our universe.

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Detecting Dust Devils with Insight

Posted by Ralph Lorenz on 2015/11/11 11:29 CST

Planetary scientist and dust devil expert Ralph Lorenz describes how the upcoming Mars InSight lander's sensitive seismometer might be able to detect dust devils.

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A Day in the Solar System: 28 October 2015

Posted by Bill Dunford on 2015/11/09 07:44 CST | 5 comments

On October 28th, the Cassini spacecraft flew through the geyser plume of Saturn's moon Enceladus. But Cassini was not the only spacecraft operating in the solar system that day.

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Jupiter Weather Report: 2014/15 Apparition

Posted by Leigh Fletcher on 2015/11/05 01:44 CST

A summary of Jupiter's changing face as seen from Earth during its 2014/2015 apparition.

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Mars Exploration Rovers Update: Opportunity Hits Winter Slopes at Marathon Valley

Posted by A.J.S. Rayl on 2015/11/04 07:00 CST

Opportunity hit the slopes of her seventh winter haven on the south side of Marathon Valley in October as the mission entered the 130th month of what was initially slated to be a 90-day tour.

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A Roundup of Dust Devil Research

Posted by Ralph Lorenz on 2015/11/02 07:23 CST

Planetary scientist Ralph Lorenz briefs us on the current state of our knowledge on dust devils on Earth and Mars.

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Dawn Journal: A Bounty of Data

Posted by Marc Rayman on 2015/10/30 08:22 CDT | 14 comments

Dawn has completed another successful campaign to acquire a wealth of data in its exploration of dwarf planet Ceres, providing our clearest and most complete view ever of this world.

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