Latest 4 Vesta Stories

2010-03-03 06:00:00

UTRECHT, The Netherlands, March 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Mercuria Energy Asset Management B.V., part of the Mercuria Energy Group, has announced today that Mercuria's wholly owned terminal & processing assets will be renamed under a common 'VESTA' brand. These assets are: - Vesta Terminal Flushing B.V., (The Netherlands) - formerly Mercuria Terminals Flushing B.V. - Vesta Terminal Tallinn OU, (Estonia) - formerly Eurodek Synergy OU - Vesta Terminal Antwerp...

2009-09-14 06:35:00

Crater patterns on Vesta and Ceres could help pinpoint when Jupiter began to form during the evolution of the early Solar System.

2009-06-09 08:48:21

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2009-04-03 09:57:00

TEMECULA, Calif., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- PlantCML(R), an EADS North America company, announces the release of VESTA(R) Pallas(TM) 2.6 Service Pack (SP) 2, an all-in-one, IP-based call taking solution for call centers with two-to-12 call taking positions.

2009-02-12 18:45:00

Launched in September of 2007, and propelled by any one of a trio of hyper-efficient ion engines, NASA's Dawn spacecraft passed the orbit of Mars last summer. Now, the spacecraft is plunging toward the red planet, and scientists couldn't be happier.

2008-11-21 12:20:00

NASA's Dawn spacecraft shut down its ion propulsion system today as scheduled and now the spacecraft is now gliding toward a Mars flyby in February of next year.

2007-12-17 08:29:42

There are hundreds of thousands of asteroids circling our sun, all so-called "minor planets" left over from the formation of the solar system. Much about them remains mysterious. Solving these mysteries could shed light on the past, present and future of cosmic impacts on Earth.

2007-10-29 18:24:13

For those of you who are not geophysicists with four decades of service to the cause, Vesta is the brightest asteroid in the night's sky and the only one visible from Earth to the naked eye.

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