Archive: 09/5/2005

Tiny Enceladus May Hold Ingredients of Life

Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus is "absolutely a highlight" of the Cassini mission and should be targeted in future searches for life, Robert H. Brown of The University of Arizona, leader of the Cassini visual ...

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Epson Develops Postcard-Sized Mini-Projector

Epson announced that it had succeeded in developing a prototype postcard-sized mini-projector using an LED light source. With a footprint of just 13.8 by 10.3 centimeters (just smaller than a sheet of A6 paper) ...

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The Lure Of Europa

The discovery that Jupiter's moon Europa most likely has a cold, salty ocean beneath its frozen icy crust has put Europa on the short list of objects in our solar system that astrobiologists would like to study further.

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Deep-Sea Exploration Beneath Katrina's Wake

Despite having to evade hurricane Katrina, a team of scientists from Harbor Branch and other institutions is returning to port this Sunday with new tales from the deep after completing their second annual Deep Scope expedition. ...

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CCTV Launches High-Definition Digital Channel

Hangzhou viewers can enjoy high-definition television (HDTV) programs via a new movie channel launched by China Central Television (CCTV) beginning Thursday.

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Whales, seals used as ocean reporters

A Japanese university has begun attaching cameras and sensors to seals and whales as part of an investigation of the ocean environment.

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