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Artist impression of the New Horizons spacecraft on it's approach to Jupiter. Credit: NASA
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One science priority of the Jupiter flyby includes observations of Jupiter's four major moons: Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, and Io. Credit: NASA
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The New Horizons Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) captures an image of Jupiter and the volcanic moon Io (right) on January 8, 2007. Credit: NASA
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Rosetta's OSIRIS camera captured this image of Mars, which the spacecraft will reach on February 25 during the mission's next gravity assist. Credits: ESA/MPS/UPD/LAM/IAA/ RSSD/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA
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ESA's Rosetta spacecraft carries 11 scientific instruments that it will use to examine two asteroids while en route to its final destination, comet 67P Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Credits: ESA/AOES Medialab
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The Hubble Space Telescope was first launched in 1990 and has since been
an invaluable tool in searching for and studying exosolar planets.
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01/14/09
The recording device that captured the sounds of black smoker venting sits here
between waters that are 660 F.
Credit: University of Washington
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NASA's Galileo spacecraft traveled approximately 4.6 billion kilometers and collected data from Jupiter and many of the planet's moons over a 14-year mission that ended in 2003. Data from Galileo is still being examined and will be used to design future missions to Jupiter and its moons. Credit: NASA JPL
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ICESat (Ice, Cloud,and land Elevation Satellite) is a NASA Earth Observing System mission for measuring ice sheet mass balance, cloud and aerosol heights, as well as land topography and vegetation characteristics.
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This image of NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory following deployment from
the Space Shuttle Columbia was taken Mission Specialist Cady Coleman,
during the STS-93 mission.
Credit: NASA
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The cenote la Pilita sinkhole is 100m deep with 90 degree water, overhanging rock and complex biology.
Credit: Carnegie Mellon University
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01/14/09
The autonomous DEPTHX robot is lowered into Mexico's cenote la Pilita sinkhole to perform basic tests in preparation for the upcoming dive into Zacatón.
Credit: Carnegie Mellon University
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01/14/09
The International Space Station relies on resupply missions by the Space
Shuttle and the automated Russian Progress vehicle (pictured) for
essential supplies and fuel.
Credit: NASA
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01/14/09

NASA's Mars Odyssey reached Mars in October of 2001 and has since been collecting data in order to help scientists determine if the environment of Mars was, or is, conducive to life.
Credit: NASA
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01/14/09
This false color image shows the oxygen airglow (blue) in the night-side atmosphere of Venus. The image was obtained using the Visible and Infrared Thermal Imaging Spectrometer (VIRTIS) onboard Venus Express.
Credit: ESA/VIRTIS/INAF-IASF/Obs. de Paris-LESIA
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The twin Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft launched in 1977, are each are now farther away
from Earth and the Sun than Pluto is. In fact, they are approaching the boundary
region where the Sun's dominance of the environment ends and interstellar space
begins.
Credit: NASA
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01/14/09
An artist's impression of the Chang'e-1 spacecraft
Credits: CNSA
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01/14/09
The Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SOURCE) satellite in Earth orbit.
Credit: University of Colorado at Boulder

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The "cliff-bot" is a prototype rover that is part of a team of three highly interactive rovers. As two of these rovers anchor themselves to the edge of a steep cliff, a third tethered and steerable "cliff-bot" gently descends and ascends slopes of more than 60 degrees. Photo credit: JPL
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Artist's representation of a future base established on an asteroid. Such facilities could be used to mine asteroids for valuable resources. Image credit: NASA.
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A rover like SCARAB could search for water ice and volatile gases such as hydrogen, helium and nitrogen in the shadowed craters of the moon´ poles. Photo: NASA/PISCES/UH Hilo
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01/14/09
ESANASAJupiter
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05/26/09

ESA/NASASaturn
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05/26/09
VenusMap
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07/14/09
VenusWater
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06/25/10
New Horizons Animation
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09/14/10
Mars Hopping mission
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11/24/10

Mars Hopper
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11/24/10
Druyan brain waves
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05/02/11
Geophysical Monitoring Station
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05/06/11
TiME
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05/06/11
Haumea and Satellites
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05/15/11

Icehunters website
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06/24/11
Neptune anniversary
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07/13/11
Neptune with Hubble
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07/13/11
Pluto's Moons
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07/21/11
Pluto's moons by Hubble
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07/21/11

Orbit of the planets
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08/03/11
Moons of the Solar System
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08/03/11
Space Debris at Earth
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09/04/11
frosty Pluto
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09/05/11
Pioneer Venus
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09/28/11

Venus south pole vortex
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09/28/11
Venus Ozone
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10/09/11
P4 Pluto Moons
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11/08/11
Triton from Voyager 2
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12/29/11
Uranus axial tilt
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