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  • With the incredible landing of a new rover on Mars, NASA has sparked the 'curiosity' of Earth's public - as well as their sense of humor.
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  • The astrobiology community mourns the death of Dick Holland, treasured colleague and forefather of astrobiology.
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  • Ray Bradbury, writer of classic science fiction and fantasy works, died Tuesday at the age of 91.
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  • A private philanthropist will shortly announce the winner(s) of his Origin of Life $50K Challenge. The prize is awarded to the "best proposal detailing 'first life.'"
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  • The White House has issued a statement in response to petitions asking the government to "disclose long withheld knowledge" of extraterrestrial beings. There is no evidence of life beyond our planet as of yet, but upcoming missions and research could help us determine if we
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  • In September 2001, researchers building tools for NASA's Mars Exploration Rovers paid special tribute to victims of the attacks on September 11. Aluminum cuffs on the rock abrasion tools for Opportunity and Spirit were made from aluminum recovered from the destroyed World Trade Center towers.
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  • Astrobiology Magazine is launching a new blog -- AstroTurf -- written by science historian Richard Milner. In this first post, Milner writes about an internet hoax created to promote Hollywood's latest "Planet of the Apes" movie.
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  • Recently, a video made its way around the web that claimed a space station was discovered on Mars. In reality, the image is nothing more than bad pixels caused by a cosmic ray hitting the Mars Express spacecraft while the photo was being taken.
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  • Recently, a video made its way around the web that claimed a space station was discovered on Mars. In reality, the image is nothing more than bad pixels caused by a cosmic ray hitting the Mars Express spacecraft while the photo was being taken.
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  • Astrobiology Magazine's twitter feed (http://twitter.com/#!/astrobiologymag) has been selected as one of the 20 best twitter feeds for true space geeks by www.bestcollegesonline.net/.
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