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Subject: ASTRA - The News of Space Science - Updated May 29, 1999
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ASTRA - The News of Space Science
Has been updated with headlines and links to news stories from the week of May 23-May 29, 1999, including:
A Global 3-D View of Mars
New map will influence scientific understanding of the red planet.
Hubble Constant Value Narrowed
The Hubble Constant now determined within a ten percent error.
Meteorite May Hold Key to Asteroid Origins
Signs of radioactive heat hold a clue.
Asteroid May Come Close in 2027
Asteroid 1999 AN10 will not hit Earth, but may come closer than any yet discovered.
Prospector To Crash Into Moon
A crash landing could help scientists learn more about water on the Moon.
The Sky This Month
Update will be posted Monday, May 31, 1999.
Richard T. De Van