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Lawyers representing former US Space Shuttle astronaut Lisa Nowak have entered a not guilty plea to charges relating to her alleged attempt to kidnap Colleen…
New technology has given astronomers a sharper look at "bullets" of gas travelling through the Orion Nebula.
Current Expedition 14 crew members aboard ISS are preparing to be transferred out when new Expedition 15 crew members are launched aboard Soyuz 14 (TMA-10),…
Thursday, 22 March 2007 21:50

Astronaut pee to be bottled for water in space

Millions are spent to transport water to crew members at the International Space Station (ISS). NASA has a better idea: Recycle urine from humans and…
Thursday, 22 March 2007 05:13

Digging dinosaurs discovered

Fossil remains of a newly discovered dinosaur found in Montana, USA, show the creature was equipped for burrowing and lived in tunnels.
NASA describes the video as: a magnetic vortex almost as big as Earth [that] races across your computer screen, twisting, turning, finally erupting in a…
Images from the Hinode space observatory show the Sun's magnetic field is more turbulent than previously thought.
Wednesday, 21 March 2007 23:31

Shuttle Atlantis probably delayed until mid-May

NASA will announce officially no earlier than 5 p.m. EDT Wednesday March 21st the status of STS-117 and the Atlantis mission to the International Space…
Wednesday, 21 March 2007 22:24

First burrowing dinosaur fossils discovered

U.S. and Japanese palaeontologists have found the first fossil evidence of dinosaurs living in underground burrows and caring for their young.
Wednesday, 21 March 2007 21:36

NASA begins drop tests with new Orion spaceship

A series of tests are analyzing the ability of NASA’s Orion to safety return astronauts to the Earth.




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