NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory News and Features 21 Nov 2009, 20:11 UTC NASA's Cassini spacecraft has sailed seamlessly through the Nov. 21 flyby of Saturn's moon Enceladus and started transmitting uncalibrated temperature data and images of the rippling terrain.
ESO Top News 20 Nov 2009, 11:00 UTC ESO 44/09 - Photo Release:A new technique using near-infrared images, obtained with ESO.s 3.58-metre New Technology Telescope (NTT), allows astronomers to see through the opaque dust lanes of the giant cannibal galaxy Centaurus A, unveiling its "last meal" in unprecedented detail - a smaller spiral galaxy, currently twisted and warped. This amazing image also shows thousands of star clusters, strewn like glittering gems, churning inside Centaurus A.
Science and Technology Facilities Council News and Press Releases 20 Nov 2009, 00:11 UTC Particle beams will soon be circulating again in the world's most powerful particle accelerator, CERN's Large Hadron Collider.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory News and Features 19 Nov 2009, 20:11 UTC NASA's Cassini spacecraft will fly by Saturn's moon Enceladus this weekend for a last peek at the intriguing "tiger stripes" before winter darkness blankets the area for several years.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory News and Features 19 Nov 2009, 20:11 UTC When NASA's Cassini spacecraft began orbiting Saturn five years ago, a dozen highly-tuned science instruments set to work surveying, sniffing, analyzing and scrutinizing the Saturnian system.
Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics 19 Nov 2009, 14:30 UTC A team of astronomers and engineers at the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) have made the first observations linking radio signals from two telescopes in the array at the observatorys "high site", which is at an altitude of 5000 metres in the Andes Mountains of Chile.
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Press Releases 19 Nov 2009, 09:00 UTC The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has been studying measures to deal with the anomaly de
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory News and Features 18 Nov 2009, 20:11 UTC Because the first extrication drive for Spirit, on Sol 2088 (Nov. 17), stopped as soon as it began due to an exceeded tilt limit, the plan for an extrication drive on Sol 2090 (Nov. 19) will essentially be a repeat of the first drive plan, but with improved rover attitude knowledge.