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Tuesday, June 10
Phoenix tries shake and sprinkle
BBC — 2:21 pm ET (1821 GMT)

Saturday, May 3
We can't all go to moon, but our names can
Huntsville Times — 8:25 am ET (1225 GMT)

Tuesday, March 11
Doubt cast on liquid water on Mars
Physics World — 8:02 pm ET (0002 GMT)

Tuesday, March 4
A One-Way, One-Person Mission to Mars
Universe Today — 8:42 pm ET (0142 GMT)

Thursday, February 21
Research Explains Formation of Unique Martian Fans
New York Times — 6:42 am ET (1142 GMT)

Friday, February 15
Early Mars 'too salty' for life
BBC — 6:43 pm ET (2343 GMT)

Monday, October 2
Epic trek by Mars rover may unlock secrets of watery past
The Times of London — 7:18 pm ET (2318 GMT)

Tuesday, November 15
Making the Red Planet Green
Wired News — 7:20 am ET (1220 GMT)

Tuesday, November 16
Book Review: 'Leaving Earth'
UPI — 6:38 am ET (1138 GMT)

Tuesday, September 28
Book Review: Leaving Earth
Universe Today — 10:17 pm ET (0217 GMT)

Monday, June 28
Spirit finds its pot of haematite
BBC — 7:05 am ET (1105 GMT)

Friday, May 14
What NASA Can Learn From Mir
allsci — 9:03 am ET (1303 GMT)

Monday, April 19
Former Mir astronaut supports mission to Mars
Billings (MT) Gazette — 8:45 am ET (1245 GMT)

Thursday, March 11
Nasa rover looks into the abyss
BBC — 5:54 pm ET (2254 GMT)

Sunday, February 15
Memories of Mir, musings of Mars
Astronomy — 6:58 am ET (1158 GMT)

Friday, January 23
First data from Mars Express confirms ice water
New Scientist — 3:24 pm ET (2024 GMT)

Friday, January 2
NASA praises Canberra's role in collecting stardust
Australian Broadcasting Corporation — 7:50 pm ET (0050 GMT)

Thursday, December 27
Ups and downs of space travel
BBC — 1:29 pm ET (1829 GMT)

Friday, December 7

Sunday, December 2
'Star-Crossed Orbits' tells the inside story
MSNBC — 7:31 pm ET (0031 GMT)

news in brief

"Monster" planet puzzles astronomers
Posted: Sun, Nov 5 10:14 AM ET (1514 GMT)

Chairman of House Science Committee to retire
Posted: Sun, Nov 5 10:13 AM ET (1513 GMT)

news links
Tuesday, November 21
America’s ‘Booster Belt’ – Part One
SpaceFlight Insider — 1:06 am ET (0606 GMT)
First Known Interstellar Visitor is an “Oddball”
Gemini Obs. — 1:05 am ET (0605 GMT)
Space dust may transport life between worlds
Univ. of Edinburgh — 1:05 am ET (0605 GMT)



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