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Hooked by Flying: The Wrights
Topic: Missions
12/16/03
On the much celebrated centennial of powered flight, consider the contributions of those two brothers who went rapidly from bicyclists to flyers.

Winter Boon From Deep Space
Topic: Missions
11/15/03
When a picture of another planet or close-up view of a comet gets broadcast to the internet, most likely it first journeyed from a spacecraft camera to one of three large dishes that make up what is called the Deep Space Network.

Calibrating the Moon
Topic: Missions
11/11/03
If amateur astronomers can just drag their telescopes to a dark, clear spot and set-up a night's observation, the calibration of the world's largest radio telescope is not quite so straightforward.

Voyager: Beyond the Great Beyond
Topic: Missions
11/08/03
Has humanity's furthest operating space probe, Voyager, reached the edge of our solar system? Three research teams are debating whether Earthlings have sent operating technology beyond the reach of our local solar neighborhood, or not.

Location, Location, Puerto Rico is Listening
Topic: Missions
11/07/03
Twice a year, every spring and autumn, a SETI team travels to the coast of Puerto Rico. Their journey is one hundred times faster than the one that Columbus first set out on--500 years ago.

James Cameron II: Extreme Life
Topic: Missions
11/04/03
In the second installment of Astrobiology Magazine's interview with Academy Award winning film-maker, James Cameron, his life as an extreme explorer comes to the forefront.

Compact Disc Puts Lab in a Spin
Topic: Missions
11/02/03
Testing in the field for signs of life has not always been convenient, cheap or unambiguous. Combining many off-the-shelf biology tests, a compact disk under NASA evaluation for future missions may simplify the remote functions of a modern laboratory.

Metal in the Meadow
Topic: Missions
10/07/03
Dave DeBoer, Project Engineer for Allen Telescope Array, discusses what the unique telescope will offer. The Allen Telescope Array is marked by many innovations crafted with express purpose of building a world-class state-of-the-art astronomical facility at a price of existing radio telescopes.

Bridging the Gap: Part III
Topic: Missions
09/10/03
Renowned physicist, Freeman Dyson, has proposed some of the most compelling concepts for space explorations. These range from a theory of life's origins--the "double-origin hypothesis"--which posits two separate creatures at the beginning, one replicating and the other metabolizing.

Bridging the Gap: Part II
Topic: Missions
09/03/03
Renowned physicist, Freeman Dyson, has proposed some of the most compelling concepts for space explorations. These range from a theory of life's origins--the "double-origin hypothesis", which posits two separate creatures at the beginning, one replicating and the other metabolizing--to the "Dyson Sphere".

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