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Sun-scorched Mercury is only slightly larger than Earth's moon. Like the moon, Mercury has very little atmosphere to stop impacts, and it is covered with craters. Mercury's dayside is super-heated by the sun, but at night temperatures drop hundreds of degrees below freezing. Ice may even exist in craters. Mercury's egg-shaped orbit takes it around the sun every 88 days.

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3 Oct 2008 MESSENGER Beams Back First Approach Images of Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
1 Oct 2008 MESSENGER Returns to Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
29 Sep 2008 MLA Ready to Range to Mercury's Surface Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
22 Sep 2008 MESSENGER's Gamma-Ray Spectrometer Gears up for Mercury Flyby Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
12 Sep 2008 MESSENGER Finalizes Plans for Its Second Look at Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
3 Jul 2008 MESSENGER Settles old Debates and Makes new Discoveries at Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
28 Apr 2008 Mercury Features Receive New Names Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
7 Mar 2008 Dark Halos Discovered on Mercury Science@NASA
5 Mar 2008 Making a Mosaic Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
27 Feb 2008 Craters in Caloris Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
21 Feb 2008 Craters with Dark Halos on Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
14 Feb 2008 One Month Ago... Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
30 Jan 2008 Surprises Stream back from Mercury's MESSENGER Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
29 Jan 2008 A Closer Look at the Previously Unseen Side of Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
25 Jan 2008 MESSENGER's Different Views Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
23 Jan 2008 MESSENGER Dances by Matisse Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
22 Jan 2008 MESSENGER Mission News Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
21 Jan 2008 Looking Toward the South Pole of Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
17 Jan 2008 New Images Shed Light on Mercury's Geological History, Surface Textures Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
15 Jan 2008 MESSENGER's First Look at Mercury's Previously Unseen Side Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
15 Jan 2008 Mercury Flyby Observations Are on the Way! Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
14 Jan 2008 MESSENGER Flyby of Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
14 Jan 2008 Today MESSENGER Flies by Mercury! Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
8 Jan 2008 Six Days From Mercury and Counting! Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
3 May 2007 NASA Antenna Cuts Mercury to Core, Solves 30 Year Mystery NASA/JPL-Caltech
 
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3 Oct 2008 MESSENGER Beams Back First Approach Images of Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
1 Oct 2008 MESSENGER Returns to Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
29 Sep 2008 MLA Ready to Range to Mercury's Surface Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
22 Sep 2008 MESSENGER's Gamma-Ray Spectrometer Gears up for Mercury Flyby Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
12 Sep 2008 MESSENGER Finalizes Plans for Its Second Look at Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
3 Jul 2008 MESSENGER Settles old Debates and Makes new Discoveries at Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
28 Apr 2008 Mercury Features Receive New Names Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
7 Mar 2008 Dark Halos Discovered on Mercury Science@NASA
5 Mar 2008 Making a Mosaic Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
27 Feb 2008 Craters in Caloris Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
21 Feb 2008 Craters with Dark Halos on Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
14 Feb 2008 One Month Ago... Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
30 Jan 2008 Surprises Stream back from Mercury's MESSENGER Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
29 Jan 2008 A Closer Look at the Previously Unseen Side of Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
25 Jan 2008 MESSENGER's Different Views Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
23 Jan 2008 MESSENGER Dances by Matisse Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
22 Jan 2008 MESSENGER Mission News Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
21 Jan 2008 Looking Toward the South Pole of Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
17 Jan 2008 New Images Shed Light on Mercury's Geological History, Surface Textures Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
15 Jan 2008 MESSENGER's First Look at Mercury's Previously Unseen Side Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
15 Jan 2008 Mercury Flyby Observations Are on the Way! Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
14 Jan 2008 MESSENGER Flyby of Mercury Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
14 Jan 2008 Today MESSENGER Flies by Mercury! Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
8 Jan 2008 Six Days From Mercury and Counting! Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
3 May 2007 NASA Antenna Cuts Mercury to Core, Solves 30 Year Mystery NASA/JPL-Caltech
 
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