Florida Space Research and Information

October 31, 2010

Mars volanco vents could be signs of life once

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Shuttle’s leaks fixed in time for Wednesday launch

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October 30, 2010

Comet Hartley 2 looks like .. a pickle?

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Mysterious Mars gullies likely carved by CO2

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Cargo ship bring supplies to space station

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Russian news agencies say a cargo ship has docked with the International Space Station, bringing 2.5 tons of food, water, oxygen and fuel for the orbiting laboratory and its U.S.-Russian crew.

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Shuttle launch again delayed, now to Wednesday

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The final launch of the space shuttle Discovery has been delayed another 24 hours to Nov. 3 to allow engineers more time to address troublesome leaks that were found on the orbiter late Thursday.

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October 29, 2010

Spooky stuff from NASA

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Cosmic Log: Building a future in space

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Virgin’s SpaceShipTwo completes 2nd glide flight

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Astronauts: Asteroid threat calls for teamwork

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Countries around the world must team up to help prevent an asteroid, or giant speeding rock, from slamming into Earth, scientists and former astronauts said Friday.

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