Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Astronomy Links from Steve

Messenger probe shows off side of Mercury never seen before

Space station astronauts make risky spacewalk

NASA Eyes Kinked Space Shuttle Hose for Feb. 7 Launch

Galactic Wi-fi?

Surprises Stream Back From Mercury's Messenger

Venus And Jupiter Converge

The Growing-Up Of A Star

NASA Issues Environmental Impact Statement For Constellation

Young Star Cluster Westerlund 2

Orbital Traffic Jam Looms for Space Station

Solar Eclipse Mostly for Penguins

Mercury Magnetosphere Fends Off The Solar Wind

Columbus Set For February 7 Launch Aboard Atlantis

Columbia's Legacy Drives NASA Shuttle Flights

NASA: Shuttle's Kinked Hose to be Stowed for Launch

NASA's Best Missions to Get High Definition Treatment

Light Echoes from V838 Mon

Astronomers vie to make biggest telescope

Mercury's Mysteries, Old and New

Foul Weather May Delay Space Shuttle Launch

Herschel Telescope Flight Model At ESTEC

An End To A Dark Mystery That Will Simplify The Universe

Mars In Their Sights

Atlantis Set For Launch Thursday Afternoon

Governments Skittish on European Manned Space Program

A Spider Shaped Crater on Mercury

Cosmic Finger Taps Our Galaxy's Shoulder

ESA Presents Mars In 3D

New Cargo Ship Launches Toward Space Station

Three Month Composite of Comet Holmes

Space Magnetism May Hold Secret to Fusion Power

Shuttle Atlantis Cleared for Thursday Liftoff,2933,328872,00.html

NASA Plans To Launch Up To Six Space Shuttles In 2008

NASA Budget Request Strong On Earth Weak On Mars

The Giant Sponge Of Saturn

A Sunspot in the New Solar Cycle

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Phoenix Astronomical Society