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Juno Mission to Jupiter:  Unlocking the Secrets of a Giant Planet
Juno Mission to Jupiter: Unlocking the Secrets of a Giant Planet
NASA's Juno mission is preparing to embark on a mission to unlock the secrets of our solar system's largest planet.Read More...
Just For Fun
Just For Fun
These hands-on activities are so entertaining, kids won't even know they're learning.Read More...
LRO and LCROSS:  Leading the Quest to Find Water on the Moon
LRO and LCROSS: Leading the Quest to Find Water on the Moon
Two new spacecraft are carrying the most sophisticated instruments to date to the hunt for water ice on the Moon.Read More...
Active Mercury
Active Mercury
A NASA spacecraft gliding over the surface of Mercury has revealed that the planet's atmosphere, magnetosphere, and its geological past display greater levels of activity than scientists first suspected.Read More...
Galaxies and the Distant Universe
Galaxies and the Distant Universe
This month's International Year of Astronomy activities go wide with a look at galaxies, including our own.Read More...
Lunar GRAIL
Lunar GRAIL
GRAIL is a future NASA mission that will probe the moon's gravity field.Read More...
Explore The Sky: Night & Day
Explore The Sky: Night & Day
In March, the celebration of the 2009 International Year of Astronomy continues with observing the sky by night and by day. Now is the perfect time to get outside and observe our celestial neighbors.Read More...
The Kepler Telescope
The Kepler Telescope
The Kepler Telescope, set to launch no earlier than March 6, 2009, will be the very first mission capable of finding Earth-sized planets within our own galaxy.Read More...
Surprising Saturn
Surprising Saturn
Our solar system's ringed giant has been a consistent source of surprises for 400 years.Read More...
Our Solar System: Galileo's Observations of the Moon, Jupiter, Venus and the Sun
Our Solar System: Galileo's Observations of the Moon, Jupiter, Venus and the Sun
February 15th marked the 445th birthday of Galileo Galilei, whose observations of our solar system and the Milky Way revolutionized our understanding of our place in the Universe.Read More...
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