SETI ASTRA - The News of Space Science - Updated June 12, 1999


Larry Klaes (lklaes@bbn.com)
Mon, 14 Jun 1999 09:05:42 -0400


>From: rdevan@ix.netcom.com >Date: Sat, 12 Jun 1999 18:10:55 -0500 (CDT) >Subject: ASTRA - The News of Space Science - Updated June 12, 1999 >PLAIN charset=US-ASCII >Status: > > >ASTRA - The News of Space Science >http://www.rtd1.com/astra > >Has been updated with headlines and links to news stories from the week of June 6-June 12, 1999, including: > >A Butterfly-Shaped "Papillon" Nebula Yields Secrets Of Massive Star Birth >- A NASA Hubble Space Telescope view of a turbulent cauldron of >starbirth, called N159, taking place 170,000 light-years away in our >satellite galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC). > > >Continent-Spanning Radio Telescope Blazes Trails At the Frontiers of Astrophysics >- The supersharp radio "vision" of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) >Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) is revealing unprecedented details of >astronomical objects from stars in our own cosmic neighborhood to galaxies > >Unearthing Clues to Martian Fossils >- The hunt for signs of ancient life on Mars leads scientists to Mono Lake, California. > >Explosion on Sun >- A tremendous explosion took place on the surface of the > Sun last Tuesday (May 25). > >Scientists Describe Global Distribution of Cosmic Rays in Space > >Another Asteroid with Earth Impact Probability Discovered > >Plus several additional recommended readings from another busy week! > >http://www.rtd1.com/astra > >Richard T. De Van >PeregrineWest Publications >rdevan@rtd1.com > > >



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