Space News Archive - November 12, 2005
If it weren't for severe motion sickness, Dr. Ashley Stroupe might already have several space shuttle flights under her belt. The child of an aerospace engineer, Stroupe devoured all things space-related during her childhood.
A new computer model indicates Jupiter's massive winds are generated from deep within the giant planet's interior, a UCLA scientist and international colleagues report today in the journal Nature.
A rare 1,400-pound meteorite was discovered seven feet underground by a collector in an area long known for producing prized space rocks.