Space News Archive - July 04, 2012
The most common ailment to affect a horse is lameness.
Scientists are using Doppler techniques that may be able to take predicting space weather to a new level and understanding.
NASA has signed a new partnership with Craig Technologies of Melbourne, Fla., to maintain an inventory of unique processing and manufacturing equipment for future mission support at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
ESA's XMM-Newton has helped to reveal the violent behavior of a young Sun-like star spinning at high speed and spewing out super-hot plasma.
While the nation shoots off plenty of fireworks for the Fourth of July, NASA will be sending off its own rocket the next day.
It's shaping up to be a fiery summer across the United States.
Over a dozen radio signals that have hindered data collection on ESA’s SMOS water mission have been switched off.
When you consider the cost of launching a satellite, it’s small wonder that ESA is looking to keep them working as long as possible.
Europe’s new meteorology mission is set to soar into space on an Ariane 5 from Kourou on 5 July.