SETI Proton rocket crash could affect space station


Larry Klaes (lklaes@bbn.com)
Tue, 06 Jul 1999 15:57:25 -0400


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>PROTON ROCKET CRASH COULD AFFECT SPACE STATION
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>The crash of a Russian Proton rocket yesterday soon after liftoff
>from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan could affect the
>International Space Station project.
>
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9907/06proton
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>>SETI@HOME WEBSITE HACKED
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>The >The SETI@home website at the University of California at Berkeley was
>hacked over the weekend. It's home page was replaced by the word
>WANTED above a picture of ALF, a puppet character from the 1980s U.S.
>television sitcom of the same name.
>
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9907/05hack
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>THIS WEEK ON GALILEO
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>The tenth encounter of the Galileo Europa Mission came to an end on
>Saturday. Shortly after, Galileo began processing images and science
>data stored on the spacecraft's onboard tape recorder during the
>previous few days and returning them to Earth.
>
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9907/05galileo
>
>
>EXPEDITION TO RETRIEVE LOST SPACE CAPSULE
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>A expedition set sail today to recover Gus Grissom's long-lost
>Mercury capsule, the Liberty Bell 7. The spacecraft has laid on the
>ocean bed for 38 years, the only U.S. manned spacecraft never to be
>recovered.
>
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9907/04libertybell
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>ROCK THAT BLASTED METEOR CRATER MELTED ON IMPACT
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>Most of the asteroid that blasted Meteor Crater out of the Colorado
>Plateau melted, according to new evidence released today by an
>international team of scientists.
>
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9907/03crater
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>
>IN RECENT NEWS
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>Some earlier news stories you might have missed:
>
>* EUROPE'S COMET CHASER UNVEILED
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9907/02rosetta
>
>* HUBBLE IMAGES A SWARM OF ANCIENT STARS
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9907/02hubble
>
>* HUBBLE TAKES ITS CLOSEST LOOK AT MARS
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9906/30mars
>
>* ROBOT SPACE EXPLORERS THAT WALK ON THEIR OWN TWO LEGS
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9906/28birod
>
>* CHANDRA LOADED ABOARD SHUTTLE COLUMBIA
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9906/28chandra
>
>* MARS HAS A HEART
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9906/27marsheart
>
>* FIRST GEMINI TELESCOPE OPENS ITS EYE
> FULL STORY: http://www.astronomynow.com/breaking/9906/26gemini
>
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