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3 Mar 2000 Wanted: A Few Good Solar Flares Science@NASA
21 Feb 2000 Interplanetary Shock Wave Passes Earth Science@NASA
8 Feb 2000 SOHO Spacecraft Bags 102 Comets NASA Headquarters
7 Feb 2000 Small Sunspot, Big Flare Science@NASA
13 Dec 1999 The Day the Solar Wind Disappeared Science@NASA
12 Nov 1999 Mercury Visible as Fleeting Sunspot - Won't Happen Again for Centuries Science@NASA
14 Oct 1999 Solar Cycle Update Science@NASA
12 Oct 1999 French Nobel Laureate Turns Back Clock Science@NASA
2 Sep 1999 The Sun's Sizzling Corona Science@NASA
31 Aug 1999 Solar Activity Heats Up Science@NASA
11 Aug 1999 Information on the August 11 Solar Eclipse Goddard Space Flight Center
5 Aug 1999 NASA Coverage of Last Solar Eclipse of the Millennium NASA Headquarters
5 Aug 1999 Stiff Solar Atmosphere Cancels Dance and Gets Hot Goddard Space Flight Center
12 Nov 1998 Five Discovery Mission Proposals Selected for Feasibility Studies Jet Propulsion Laboratory
17 Sep 1998 Engineers Successfully Regain Control of SOHO Spacecraft NASA Headquarters
19 Jun 1993 Astronomers Solve Ancient Mystery of the Chinese Calendar Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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3 Mar 2000 Wanted: A Few Good Solar Flares Science@NASA
21 Feb 2000 Interplanetary Shock Wave Passes Earth Science@NASA
8 Feb 2000 SOHO Spacecraft Bags 102 Comets NASA Headquarters
7 Feb 2000 Small Sunspot, Big Flare Science@NASA
13 Dec 1999 The Day the Solar Wind Disappeared Science@NASA
12 Nov 1999 Mercury Visible as Fleeting Sunspot - Won't Happen Again for Centuries Science@NASA
14 Oct 1999 Solar Cycle Update Science@NASA
12 Oct 1999 French Nobel Laureate Turns Back Clock Science@NASA
2 Sep 1999 The Sun's Sizzling Corona Science@NASA
31 Aug 1999 Solar Activity Heats Up Science@NASA
11 Aug 1999 Information on the August 11 Solar Eclipse Goddard Space Flight Center
5 Aug 1999 NASA Coverage of Last Solar Eclipse of the Millennium NASA Headquarters
5 Aug 1999 Stiff Solar Atmosphere Cancels Dance and Gets Hot Goddard Space Flight Center
12 Nov 1998 Five Discovery Mission Proposals Selected for Feasibility Studies Jet Propulsion Laboratory
17 Sep 1998 Engineers Successfully Regain Control of SOHO Spacecraft NASA Headquarters
19 Jun 1993 Astronomers Solve Ancient Mystery of the Chinese Calendar Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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