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28 Oct 2002 Teachers Help Track Cosmic Dust University of Rhode Island
28 Oct 2002 Amateur Night in Space Jet Propulsion Laboratory
24 Oct 2002 First Rock in the Solar System Planetary Science Research Discoveries
21 Oct 2002 Seeking the Meaning of Life in a Meteor Storm NASA Astrobiology Institute
25 Sep 2002 Where Did the Oldest Rocks in Our Solar System Come From? Planetary Science Research Discoveries
6 Sep 2002 Was Crater Created by Meteor or Comet? Goddard Space Flight Center
30 Aug 2002 Mars' Rusty Crust Planetary Science Research Discoveries
22 Aug 2002 Mega Meteor Louisiana State University
2 Aug 2002 Microbes in Mars Rock NASA Headquarters
19 Jul 2002 Perseids Night Lights Science@NASA
 
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