Archive: 08/2/2004

NASA to Investigate Nine New Ideas for Future Missions

NASA has selected nine studies, including one from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., to investigate new ideas for future mission concepts within its Astronomical Search for Origins Program. ...

Aug 02, 2004
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Titan's Purple Haze Points to a Fuzzy Past

Encircled in purple stratospheric haze, Saturn's largest moon, Titan, appears as a softly glowing sphere in this colorized image taken on July 3, 2004, one day after Cassini's first flyby of that moon. Titan ha ...

Aug 02, 2004
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How Strongly Does the Sun Influence the Global Climate?

Studies at the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research reveal: solar activity affects the climate but plays only a minor role in the current global warming Since the middle of the last century, the ...

Aug 02, 2004
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World' First Transparent Ceramic Lens

CASIO, Inc., in conjunction with its parent company, CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD., Tokyo, Japan today announced that using its proprietary optical technology, CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD., has developed the world’s f ...

Aug 02, 2004
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NASA rescheduled MESSENGER start to Mercury to August 3

Today's launch of the MESSENGER spacecraft has been canceled due to weather constraints. The launch team will try again tomorrow, August 3, at 2:15:56 a.m. MESSENGER is a scientific investigation of the planet ...

Aug 02, 2004
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