Space News Archive - July 05, 2012
One star pinpointed as a prime location for a planet-forming disk decided enough was enough, and closed-up shop suddenly.
Londoners may have been shocked to walk past a car with a meteor sunk into it last week, but the hoax was actually a part of an advertisement for Eden TV in Britain.
Astronomers have discovered four pairs of stars that orbit each other in less than four hours using the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope in Hawaii.
An image taken by the ESA's Mars Express has revealed an area on the Red Planet that has quite a complex history.
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