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  1. Unique model simulates electron environment in space at 36000 km above the Earth (0 replies)
  2. Satellite trio to explore the Earth's magnetic field (0 replies)
  3. Carbon nanotube field electron emitters will get space testing (0 replies)
  4. Gravity and the robot satellite attitude problem (0 replies)
  5. Time is ripe for fire detection satellite, say scientists (0 replies)
  6. Lunar orbiters discover source of space weather near Earth (0 replies)
  7. Space weather may be to blame for some satellite failures (0 replies)
  8. Inflatable antennae could give CubeSats greater reach: Design inflates with powder that turns into gas (0 replies)
  9. Japanese vehicle delivers new hardware for NASA’s robotic refueling mission (0 replies)
  10. Seeing photosynthesis from space: NASA scientists use satellites to measure plant health (0 replies)
  11. One step closer to robotic refueling demonstrations on space station (0 replies)
  12. Milky Way struck 100 million years ago, still rings like a bell (0 replies)
  13. Compact blue dwarf can?t hide from Hubble (0 replies)
  14. ESA declares end of mission for Envisat (0 replies)
  15. Designing the interplanetary web (0 replies)
  16. Getting to the moon on drops of fuel (0 replies)
  17. Solar storm seen from inside and outside Earth's magnetosphere (0 replies)
  18. Northern Lights: First-ever measurement of auroral turbulence using a nanosatellite radar receiver (0 replies)
  19. Large solar flares generate geomagnetic storm (0 replies)
  20. Robotic refueling mission begins with space station robotics (0 replies)
  21. Most distant dwarf galaxy detected (0 replies)
  22. More accurate than Santa Claus: First Galileo satellite orbit determination with high precision (0 replies)
  23. NASA's Nanosail-D 'sails' home -- mission complete (0 replies)
  24. Visual tour of Earth's fires (0 replies)
  25. How the Milky Way killed off nearby galaxies (0 replies)
  26. Solar activity can affect re-entry of UARS satellite (0 replies)
  27. NRL TacSat-4 spacecraft encapsulated (0 replies)
  28. Monitoring ground-level ozone from space (0 replies)
  29. Robotic refueling module, soon to be relocated to permanent space station position (0 replies)
  30. Lowering of ERS-2 observation satellite orbit continues (0 replies)
  31. NASA's Hubble discovers another moon around Pluto (0 replies)
  32. 'Dirty hack' restores Cluster mission from near loss (0 replies)
  33. Scanning the skies for debris hazards (0 replies)
  34. Stars help researchers track space junk (0 replies)
  35. Surveillance system to cut risk of space debris hitting satellites (0 replies)
  36. First student-developed mission in which satellites orbit and communicate (0 replies)
  37. Rare observation of cosmic explosion (0 replies)
  38. Satellite to examine how sun's brightness impacts climate change (0 replies)
  39. Cluster encounters 'natural particle accelerator' above Earth's atmosphere: How northern and southern lights are generated (0 replies)
  40. GOES satellites watch 2011 approach, look back at 2010 (0 replies)
  41. How Saturn's moon Iapetus got its ridge (0 replies)
  42. Demise of large satellite may have led to the formation of Saturn?s rings and inner moons (0 replies)
  43. Nanosatellite successfully ejected from free-flying microsatellite in space (0 replies)
  44. Snow from space: Satellite imagery of snow-bound UK (0 replies)
  45. Students fly in zero gravity to protect satellites from tiny meteoroids (0 replies)
  46. New system for locating and capturing satellites in space (0 replies)
  47. New solar prediction system gives time to prepare for the storms ahead (0 replies)
  48. Navigation satellites contend with stormy Sun (0 replies)
  49. Students help NASA decommission satellite (0 replies)
  50. Ten years flying in formation: The legendary Cluster quartet (0 replies)
  51. Engineers prove space pioneer's 25-year-old theory (0 replies)
  52. Final instruments on NASA climate/weather satellite integrated (0 replies)
  53. Nanosatellite To Clear Dangerous Debris From Space (0 replies)
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  57. NASA's new TDRS spacecraft pass system level reviews (0 replies)
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  59. GOES-P proceeds toward launch (0 replies)
  60. Student-built Rubik's Cube size satellite selected for flight by NASA (0 replies)
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  81. Final Look At ESA's SMOS And Proba-2 Satellites (0 replies)
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  85. Switzerland Sends Its First Satellite Into Space (0 replies)
  86. Micro-satellites MicroGEM Offer Improved Earth Monitoring (0 replies)
  87. Scientists Complete First Geological Global Map Of Jupiter's Satellite Ganymede (0 replies)
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  92. GOES-O Satellite Reaches Orbit And Renamed GOES-14 (0 replies)
  93. To Widen Path To Outer Space, Engineers Build Small Satellite (1 reply)
  94. Satellite Collisions: What Can Be Done To Prevent Them In The Future? (1 reply)
  95. World's Highest-resolution Commercial Satellite (0 replies)
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  98. Study Plunges Standard Theory Of Cosmology Into Crisis (0 replies)
  99. GOCE's Electric Ion Propulsion Engine Switched On (0 replies)
  100. GOCE Successfully Completes Early Orbit Phase (0 replies)
  101. NOAA-N Prime Environmental Satellite Successfully Launched (0 replies)
  102. March Launch Planned For ESA's Gravity Mission (0 replies)
  103. Satellites Used To Measure Inland Floods (0 replies)
  104. Breathing Cycles In Earth's Upper Atmosphere Tied To Solar Wind Disturbances (0 replies)
  105. Sea Level Monitoring Enters New Era (0 replies)
  106. New Robotic Repair System Will Fix Ailing Satellites (0 replies)
  107. Swerve Left To Avoid That Satellite: The Growing Issue Of Space Debris (0 replies)
  108. Asteroid-hunting Satellite A World First (0 replies)
  109. Satellites Illuminate Pollution's Influence On Clouds (0 replies)
  110. Satellite Communications By Laser Looks Promising (0 replies)
  111. GIOVE-B Transmitting Its First Signals (0 replies)
  112. Secure Communications Via Space (0 replies)
  113. Quantum Channel Between Earth And Space? Firing Photons Makes Advance In Space Communication (0 replies)
  114. Vanguard I Celebrates 50 Years In Space (0 replies)
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