Space News Archive - July 26, 2012
How did icy comets obtain particles that formed at high temperatures? And, how did these refractory particles acquire rims with different compositions?
Astronomers have used NASA's Kepler to help spot another planetary system that has its planet neatly aligned, similar to our own Solar System.
The rocket that will launch humans farther into space than ever before passed a major NASA review Wednesday.
A South Korean inventor is going where no man has gone before… rather he will be the first individual to send a do-it-yourself satellite into orbit, after securing a contract with a French technology company to get his device launched into space.
Canada is helping to supply NASA with instruments that will be integrated into the James Webb Space Telescope.
New clues have been unveiled that shed light on why living things use only molecules with specific orientations.
China is building more momentum as a space agency by striking a deal with Argentina to build an antenna for deep space observations.
The brightest stars in the universe apparently do not like to live alone, according to a new study using ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT).
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.