Retrospections

  • Astrobiology Magazine is highlighting the top 10 stories of 2011. At number seven, the National Research Council releases a long-anticipated report that recommends a suite of flagship missions for exploring the solar system in the next decade. (Originally published 03/09/2011)
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  • Astrobiology Magazine is highlighting the top 10 stories of 2011. At number eight, NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft returns a wealth of surprising data from the tiny planet Mercury. (Originally published 10/12/2011)
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  • Astrobiology Magazine is highlighting the top 10 stories of 2011. At number nine, NASA's Dawn spacecraft enters into orbit around the asteroid Vesta on Friday, July 15. (Originally published 07/16/2011)
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  • Astrobiology Magazine is highlighting the top 10 stories of 2011. We begin with NASA's Juno spacecraft, which began its journey to the Jupiter system on August 5th. (Originally published 08/04/2011 and 08/05/2011)
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  • Astrobiology Magazine is highlighting the top 10 stories of 2011. We begin with NASA's Juno spacecraft, which began its journey to the Jupiter system on August 5th. (Originally published 08/04/2011 and 08/05/2011)
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  •  Bruce Dorminey, um jornalista científico e autor de "Distant Wanderers: The Search for Planets Beyond the Solar System" (“Maravilhas Distantes: A Procura por Planetas Além do Sistema Solar” livro ainda sem tradução para o português) entrevista o astroquímico da NASA Max Bernstein sobre a possibilidade
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  • Kepler confirmou seu primeiro planeta rochoso orbitando na zona habitável de sua estrela parental. O planeta, Kepler 22-b, é o menor já encontrado a orbitar nesta região ao redor de uma estrela similar ao nosso Sol.
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  • O Laboratório de Habitabilidade Planetária criou o Catálogo de Exoplanetas Habitáveis, que avalia a habitabilidade de exoplanetas com base no tamanho e órbita corretos para serem considerados adequados à vida.
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  • As space agencies around the world gear up for a return of humans to the Moon, researchers are beginning to outline important scientific priorities. A new study at an impact crater in Canada is helping mission planners develop the most effective methods for exploring the
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  • The first series of Astrobio Comics told the tale of an exploration mission - all through the eyes of a little robotic instrument and his journey to becoming a full-fledged Astrobiology adventurer. Welcome to The Amazing Adventures of AstrobioBot!
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