Space News Archive - April 16, 2010
Black holes are thought to reside at the center of almost every galaxy, with some growing to more than a billion times the mass of the Sun.
Through the study of a popular Martian meteorite's age, a University of Houston professor and his team have made significant discoveries about the timeline of volcanic activity on Mars.
The eerie glow that straddles the night time zodiac in the eastern sky is no longer a mystery.
Study refines predictions of what may constitute evidence of elusive particles.
Lonely Pluto floats in the darkness at the edge of our solar system - so far away even the Hubble Space Telescope has trouble making out the details.
As the solar wind flows over natural obstructions on the moon, it may charge polar lunar craters to hundreds of volts, according to new calculations by NASAâ€™s Lunar Science Institute team.
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts secured the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Leonardo in the cargo bay this morning, wrapping up its delayed move from the International Space Station.
Thousands of planes are grounded across Europe due to the spread of volcanic ash following the recent eruption under Iceland's Eyjafjallajoekull glacier.
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