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Hubble and Keck Team Up to Find Farthest Known Galaxy in Universe
A HubbleSite NewsCenter Release
(16th February 2004)

Cassini Status Report
A Cassini Project Mailing List Posting
(14th February 2004)

Stardust Status Report
A Stardust Project Mailing List Posting
(13th February 2004 2003)

Spitzer Space Telescope Photographs a Cosmic Valentine Rose
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(13th February 2004)

Gravitational Lens Reveals Heart of a Distant Galaxy
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(13th February 2004)

Mars Rover Pictures Raise “Blueberry Muffin” Questions
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(13th February 2004)

Mars Exploration Rover Mission Status
A NASA JPL Info Release
(8th February 2004)

NASA Mars Rover’s First Soil Analysis Yields Surprises
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(21st January 2004)

Spirit Drives to a Rock Called ‘Adirondack’ for Close Inspection
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(20th January 2004)

Europe’s eye on Mars: first spectacular results from Mars Express
A ESA Media Relations Press Release
(20th January 2004)

Mars Rover Spirit Mission Status
A NASA JPL News Release
(17th November 2003)

Spirit Flexes Its Arm To Use Microscope On Mars’ Soil
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(17th January 2004)

Go to that crater and turn right: Spirit gets a travel itinerary
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(14th January 2004)

Stormy Cloud of Star Birth Glows in New Spitzer Image
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(14th January 2004)

Spirit’s Surroundings Beckon in Color Panorama
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(13th January 2004)

NASA’s Spirit stages Martian stand-up performance
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(11th January 2004)

Chandra locates mother lode of planetary ore in colliding galaxies
A NASA Marshall News Release
(9th January 2004)

The Calm After the Cometary Storm
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(9th January 2004)

Magnetars, the most magnetic stars known, more common than previously thought
A NASA Marshall News Release
(9th January 2004)

Too fast, too furious: A galaxy’s fatal plunge
A NASA Marshall News Release
(9th January 2004)

Mars Team Energized About ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Near Rover
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(9th January 2004)

Young Star Caught Speeding
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(5th January 2004)

NASA Spacecraft Makes Great Catch…Heads for Touchdown
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(3rd January 2004)

Images from Hubble’s ACS Tell a Tale of Two Record-Breaking Galaxy Clusters
A HubbleSite NewsCenter Release
(3rd January 2004)

NASA Comet Hunter Closing on Quarry
A NASA JPL Info Release
(31st December 2003)

Planetary Survivor Strategy: Outeat, Outweigh, Outlast!
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(30th December 2003)

NASA Announces New Name For Space Infrared Telescope Facility
A NASA JPL Info Release
(21st December 2003)

NASA Releases Dazzling Images From New Space Telescope
A NASA JPL Info Release
(21st December 2003)

Mars May be Emerging From an Ice Age
A NASA JPL Info Release
(21st December 2003)

Catching the Wild Child — How Stardust Stays on Target
A NASA JPL Info Release
(21st December 2003)

Saturn rings in the New Year
A Cassini Project Mailing List Posting
(17th December 2003)

Tones Break Silence During Mars Exploration Rover Landings
A NASA JPL Info Release
(17th December 2003)

Rings Around The Planets: Recycling Of Material May Extend Ring Lifetimes
A NASA JPL Info Release
(17th December 2003)

Mission Captures Galaxies
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Release
(17th December 2003

Interstellar Hydrogen Shadow Observed by Cassini
A Cassini Project Mailing List Posting
(17th December 2003)

Trail of black holes and neutron stars points to ancient collision
A Marshall Space Flight Center Media Relations Release
(17th December 2003)

Odyssey studies changing weather and climate on Mars
A NASA JPL Info Release
(17th December 2003)

NASA Scientists Use Radar to Detect Asteroid Force
A NASA JPL Info Release
(17th December 2003)

Mars Missions Have International Flavor
A NASA JPL Info Release
(17th December 2003)

Pulsar find boosts hope for gravity-wave hunters
A Jodrell Bank Observatory Press Release forwarded by The Royal Astronomical Society
(4th December 2003)

Mars Rovers Head for Exciting Landings in January
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(3rd December 2003)

NASA Spacecraft Pinpoints Where the Wild Thing is
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Release
(2nd December 2003)

Mars Odyssey Mission Status
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(29th November 2003)

Europe lands on Mars
A ESA Media Relations Release
(29th November 2003)

SOHO tracks recent stormy regions on Sun’s far side as they turn for second shot at Earth
A NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Press Release
(22nd November 2003)

NASA’s Deep Space Network: Calling Home is About to Get Easier
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(21st November 2003)

Most distant X-ray jet yet discovered provides clues to Big Bang
A NASA Marshall News Release
(21st November 2003)

Delta-like Fan on Mars Suggest Ancient Rivers were Persistent
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(15th November 2003)

Cassini Captures Jupiter in Close-up Portrait
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(15th November 2003)

Pleiades in Rare Interstellar Three-Body Collision
A NOAO Press Release
(15th November 2003)

Two Cosmic Explorers Named ‘Best of What’s New’
A NASA JPL Info Release
(8th November 2003)

The biggest solar X-ray flare ever is classified as X28
A ESA Science Release
(7th November 2003)

Are you ready for Mars?
A ESA Media Relations Release
(7th November 2003)

Deep Space Network Gears up for Interplanetary Boom
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(7th November 2003)

Voyager Spacecraft Approaches Solar System’s Final Frontier
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(7th November 2003)

Rosetta Ready To Land On A Larger Comet
A ESA release forwarded by the NASA JPL Info Mailing List
(7th November 2003)

NASA selects Explorer Mission proposals for feasibility studies
A Galileo Project Mailing List Posting
(7th November 2003)

Astronomers find nearest galaxy to the Milky Way
A Royal Astronomical Society Press Notice
(4th November 2003)

Megastar-Birth Cluster is Biggest, Brightest and Hottest Ever Seen
A HubbleSite NewsCenter Release
(31st October 2003)

Green mineral indicates red planet is dry
A NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Press Release
(31st October 2003)

NASA Scientist Dives into Perfect Space Storm
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(25th October 2003)

Near-Earth asteroid Hermes re-spotted, 66 years later upon close observation long-lost object is bright binary
A Lowell Observatory Press Release forwarded by the Near Earth Object Program Mailing List Posting
(25th October 2003)

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation awards $17.5 million for Thirty-Meter Telescope plans
A TMT Press Release posted by NOAO
(18th October 2003)

Orbit for Hermes Dynamically Linked from 1937 to 2003
A Near Earth Object Program Mailing List Posting
(18th October 2003)

Latest on Mars Express
A ESA Release
(16th October 2003)

Space Infrared Telescope Facility Mission Status
A NASA Press Release
(14th October 2003)

The Pelican Nebula Ionization Front
A National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) Press Release
(7th October 2003)

The Odyssey Orbiter Continues to Share the Adventure of Mars Exploration
A Mars Exploration Program Posting
(5th October 2003)

Asteroid Whizzes Very Close By Earth
A Lowell Observatory Release forwarded by the Near Earth Object Program Mailing List
(5th October 2003)

Heritage Project Celebrates Five Years of Harvesting the Best Images from Hubble Space Telescope
A HubbleSite NewsCenter Release
(2nd October 2003)

A Galaxy Far, Far Away Eyed by Linked Hawaiian Telescopes
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(2nd October 2003)

Gallery of Mars Closeups From NASA Orbiter Adds 10,232 Views
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(2nd October 2003)

Hubble Uncovers Smallest Moons Yet Seen Around Uranus
A HubbleSite NewsCenter Release
(29th September 2003)

SMART-1 leaves Earth on a long journey to the Moon
A ESA Media Relations Release
(29th September 2003

If You Thought That Was a Close View of Mars, Just Wait
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(29th September 2003)

Galileo End of Mission Status
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(23rd September 2003)

First Supernovae Quickly Seeded Universe With Stuff Of Life
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(21st September 2003)

Surprising Jupiter. Busy Galileo spacecraft showed Jovian system is full of surprises
A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Info Release
(21st September 2003)

Case Western Reserve University Astronomers Discover New Galaxy Orbiting Andromeda
A Case Western Reserve University Release posted by NOAA
(17th September 2003)

‘Iron-clad’ evidence for spinning black hole
A NASA Marshall News Release
(17th September 2003)

Lunar prospecting with Chandra
A NASA Marshall News Release
(17th September 2003)

Astronomers identify a ‘planet-swallowing’ giant star
A University of Sydney release forwarded by The Royal Astronomical Society
(16th September 2003)

Distant galaxies, black holes and other celestial phenomena: NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory marks four years of discovery firsts
A NASA Marshall News Release
(15th September 2003)

Historic Galileo mission nears end
A NASA News Release
(13th September 2003)

Dark gamma-ray bursts more flighty than shy
A Goddard Space Flight Center Press Release
(13th September 2003)

Cosmic X-ray flashes reveal their distance
A NASA Marshall Space Flight Center News Release
(13th September 2003)

Sunlight makes asteroids spin in strange ways
A Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) News Release forwarded by the Near Earth Object Program Mailing List
(13th September 2003)

NASA approves James Webb Space Telescope mirror architecture
A NASA News Release
(13th September 2003

Chandra “hears” a black hole
A NASA News Release
(10th September 2003)

Farthest, faintest Solar System objects found beyond Neptune
A HubbleSite NewsCenter Release
(9th September 2003)

The Slant on Saturn’s Rings
A HubbleSite NewsCenter Release
(9th September 2003)

Hubble Assists Rosetta Comet Mission
A HubbleSite NewsCenter Release
(6th September 2003)

Hubble assists Rosetta comet mission
A European Space Agency Press Release forwarded by the Stardust Project Mailing List
(5th September 2003)

High-Resolution Images of Asteroid (511) Davida
A W.M. Keck Observatory Release forwarded by the Near Earth Object Program
(5th September 2003)

Asteroid 2003 QQ47’s Potential Earth Impact in 2014 Ruled Out
A Near Earth Object Program Posting
(5th September 2003)

Antimatter factory on sun yields clues to solar explosions
A NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Press Release
(5th September 2003)

New Study Of Jupiter’s Moon Europa May Explain Mysterious Ice Domes, Places To Search For Evidence Of Life
A University of Colorado at Boulder News Release forwarded by the Galileo Project Mailing List
(3rd September 2003)

Infrared Halo Frames a Newborn Star
A ESO News Release
(30th August 2003)

New Findings Could Dash Hopes for Past Oceans on Mars
A NASA JPL Info Release
(25th August 2003)

Space Infrared Telescope Facility Lifts Off
A NASA JPL Info Release
(25th August 2003)

VLT Discovers a Group of Early Inhabitants and Find Signs of Many More
A ESO Press Release
(23rd August 2003)

UK planetary forum announces new Internet media resource
A Royal Astronomical Society Press Information Note
(23rd August 2003)

Harvesting Mars
A NASA Science News Release posted on the Mars Exploration Program Mailing List
(23rd August 2003)

NASA seeks public suggestions for Mars photos
A NASA News Release
(23rd August 2003)

Chandra reveals X-ray flow in Horseshoe Nebula
A Marshall Space Flight Center Media Relations Release
(23rd August 2003)

Harvard Archives Show “Winking Star” Started Winking Only Recently
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(8th August 2003

Europe’s first Moon probe prepares for launch
A ESA Media Relations Release
(8th August 2003)

Asteroids Dedicated to Space Shuttle Columbia Crew
A NASA JPL Info Release
(8th August 2003)

Dim future for the Universe as stellar lights go out
A Royal Astronomical Society Press Notice
(8th August 2003)

Astronomers Identify Source of Major Class of Supernova Explosions
A NOAO Press Release
(8th August 2003)

Asteroid Juno Has A Bite Out Of It
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(6th August 2003)

Mars 2007 ‘Phoenix’ Will Study Water Near Mars’ North Pole
A NASA JPL Info Release
(5th August 2003)

NASA’s first Scout Mission selected for 2007 Mars launch
A NASA News Release
(5th August 2003)

Ulysses sees Galactic Dust on the rise
A NASA JPL Info Release
(5th August 2003)

Intriguing Celestial Images Arrive From Galaxy Mission
A NASA JPL Info Release
(26th July 2003)

A Pancake, Not A Doughnut, Shapes Distant Galactic Center
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(26th July 2003)

Spotlight: Tiny Measurement Gives Big Boost to Planet Hunt
A NASA JPL Info Release
(26th July 2003)

NASA team gives FUSE spacecraft triple brain transplant
A NASA News Release
(22nd July 2003)

Mars in opposition: One for the record books
A Royal Astronomical Society Press Release
(22nd July 2003)

Mars Rover Opportunity Mission Status
A NASA JPL News Release
(20th July 2003)

SOHO resumes full operation
A European Space Agency Science News Release
(20th July 2003)

Asteroid Hunters Discover Near-Earth Object with New Camera
A NASA JPL News Release
(16th July 2003)

Raptor Evolution on a Cosmic Scale: Why the Owl Nebula Looks Like an Owl
A NOAO Press Release
(13th July 2003)

Catching a comet’s tail in the Earth’s upper atmosphere
A Johnson Space Center News Release
(12th July 2003)

Hubble helps confirm oldest known planet
A NASA News Release
(12th July 2003)

Mars dust
A Mars Exploration Program Mailing List Posting
(12th July 2003

Rocket telescope gets closest look at the Sun
ANASA Goddard Space Flight Center Press Release
(12th July 2003)

2003 Comet Awards Announced
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics – Press Release
(8th July 2003)

Newly Launched ‘Opportunity’ Follows Mars-Bound ‘Spirit’
A NASA JPL News Release
(8th July 2003)

Einstein’s gravitational waves may set speed limit for pulsar spin
A NASA News Release
(5th July 2003)

Looking Sharp: Images from New Gemini Spectrograph Rival View from Space
A Gemini Observatory Press Release
(5th July 2003)

Hawaiian telescope team makes debut discovery
A NASA News Release
(5th July 2003)

Firehose-like jet discovered in action
A NASA Marshall Space Flight Center News Release
(5th July 2003)

NASA’S Odyssey Orbiter Watches a Frosty Mars
A NASA JPL News Release
(28th June 2003)

Astronomers find Paschen in the bar
A Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, UK Press Release forwarded by the Royal Astronomical Society
(28th June 2003)

NASA Orbiter Eyes Phobos Over Mars Horizon
A NASA JPL News Release
(25th June 2003)

Historic GRB Discovery
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(20th June 2003)

A First Look at the Doughnut Around a Giant Black Hole
A ESO Press Release
(20th June 2003)

The secret lives of galaxies unveiled in deep survey
A NASA News Release
(20th June 2003)

Rosetta stone decodes gamma-ray burst mystery
A Goddard Space Flight Center Press Release
(20th June 2003)

Spacecraft trio peeks at secret recipe for stormy solar weather
A Goddard Space Flight Center Press Release
(20th June 2003)

Curtain-Lifting Winds Allow Rare Glimpse into Massive Star Factory
A ESO Press Release
(17th June 2003)

Hot news for cold dark matter
A NASA Marshall News release
(12th June 2003)

ESA’s XMM-Newton makes the first measurement of a dead star’s magnetism
A ESA Press Release
(12th June 2003)

Flattest Star Ever Seen
A ESO Press Release
(12th June 2003)

Headless comets survive plunge through Sun’s atmosphere
A Goddard Space Flight Center Press Release
(12th June 2003)

One Thousand “Wonderful” Stars Discovered in Centaurus A
A ESO Press Release
(12th June 2003)

Do We Live In A “Stop And Go” Universe?
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(27th May 2003)

Astronomers Find Extremely Large Planet-Forming Disks Around Seven Young Stars
A National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) Press Release
(27th May 2003)

The mysterious ‘Garden-sprinkler’ nebula
A ESA Hubble Information Centre Release
(22nd May 2003)

Chandra provides new view of biggest construction sites in Universe
A NASA News Release
(22nd May 2003)

Newly-discovered star may be third-closest
A Goddard Space Flight Center Press Release
(22nd May 2003

ESA’s Cluster solved an auroral puzzle
A ESA Media Relations Office Release
(22nd May 2003)

Spotlight: An Exploration Extravaganza
A NASA JPL Release
(20th May 2003)

Brighter Neptune Suggests a Planetary Change of Seasons
A STScI Press Release
(18th May 2003)

Deepest View of Space Yields Young Stars in Andromeda Halo
A STScI Press Release
(10th May 2003)

Iridescent glory of nearby planetary nebula showcased
A NASA News Release
(10th May 2003)

Freewheeling Galaxies Collide in a Blaze of Star Birth
A STScI Press Release
(May 6th 2003)

Galaxy Evolution Explorer looks back in time
A NASA News Release
(April 22nd 2003

NASA delays SIRTF launch
A NASA News Release
(19th April 2003)

Space infrared astronomy comes of age
A ESA Science News Release
(19th April)

NASA Orbiter Camera Team Begins Daily Mars Picture Postings
A NASA JPL Release
(18th April 2003)

X-rays found from a lightweight brown dwarf
A NASA Marshall Space Flight Center News Release
(15th April 2003)

Giant Solar tadpoles born in explosion
A Goddard Space Flight Center Press Release
(12th April 2003)

“CSI” Astronomers Link Gamma-Ray Bursts And Supernovae
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(12th April 2003)

Far-Flung Supernovae Shed Light on Dark Universe
A NASA News Release
(12th April 2003

Really Hot Stars : Spectacular VLT Photos Unveil Mysterious Nebulae
A ESO Press Release
(12th April 2003

Prolific NASA Orbiter adds thousands of photos to Mars Album
A NASA News Release
(6th April 2003)

NASA detects one of closest and brightest gamma ray bursts
A NASA News Release
(1st April 2003)

Black holes really are holes, say astronomers
A Royal Astronomical Society Press Notice
(31st March 2003)

Sunquakes reveal the Solar furnace
A Royal Astronomical Society Press Notice
(31st March 2003)

The Sky’s the Limit: Grand Finale for Twin-Telescope Survey
A NASA JPL Release
(28th March 2003)

Hubble watches light from mysterious erupting star reverberate through space
A NASA News Release
(28th March 2003)

Space observatory to study the old, the cold and the dusty
A NASA News Release
(25th March 2003)

Cool X-Ray Disk Points To New Type Of Black Hole
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(25th March 2003)

Cosmic forensics confirms gamma-ray burst and supernova connection
A NASA Marshall News Release
(25th March 2003)

Pasteur: Payload Opportunities to Search for Life on Mars
A ESA Media Relations Office Release
(25th March 2003)

Race to gamma ray burst reveals gigantic explosion, death, & birth
A NASA News Release
(22nd March 2003)

NASA’s Mars Odyssey Changes Views About Red Planet
A NASA JPL News Release
(15th March 2003)

European astronomers observe first evaporating planet
A ESA Media Relations Office Release
(13th March 2003)

Twin Bursts Provide Several Firsts
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(13th March 2003)

Pushing back the frontiers of the Universe to the era of the first stars
A Royal Astronomical Society Press Notice
(10th March 2003)

Hubble Resolves a Blaze of stars in an old galaxy’s core
A ESA/Hubble News and Picture Release
(7th March 2003)

Space Infrared Telescope Facility Arrives at KSC
A NASA JPL News Release
(7th March 2003)

Rising Storms Revise Story of Jupiter’s Stripes
A NASA JPL News Release
(7th March 2003)

Astronomers Peg Brightness of History’s Brightest Star
A National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) Press Release
(6th March 2003)

Molecular Cloud Has A Heartbeat
A Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release
(2nd March 2003)

NASA’s new spacecraft tool reveals massive Jupiter gas cloud
A NASA News Release
(28th February 2003)

A cocoon found inside the Black Widow’s web
A NASA News Release
(28th February 2003)

NASA finds remnants of ancient stars in Earth’s upper atmosphere
A NASA News Release
(28th February 2003)

Pioneer 10 spacecraft sends last signal
A NASA News Release
(27th February 2003)

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