SETI tech: SpaceDaily Express - July 27, 1999


Larry Klaes (lklaes@bbn.com)
Tue, 27 Jul 1999 14:10:33 -0400


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>SpaceDaily Express - July 27, 1999
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>TODAY'S HEADLINES
>+ Are Life's Diamonds Truly That Rare
>+ Don't Blink In Deep Space
>+ Encounter In Deep Space
>+ Asteroid Named Braille
>+ Scientists Prefer Robot Space Explorers
>+ House Kills Space Science
>+ SpaceDaily Facts
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>EXTRASOLAR WORLDS
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>Are Life's Diamonds Truly That Rare
>http://spacedaily.com/spacecast/news/extrasolar-99j.html
>Cameron Park - July 27, 1999 - Belief in the rarity
>of the Earth as an abode for life keeps swinging
>back and forth with anything from a lack of ET-TV to
>gamma ray radiation bursts pointing to a lonely galaxy.
>In a three-part SpaceDaily special Bruce Moomaw distills
>the latest evidence leading to some interesting conclusions.
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>DEEP SPACE ONE
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>Don't Blink In Deep Space
>http://spacedaily.com/spacecast/news/deep1-99o.html
>JPL - July 25, 1999 - Deep Space One is closing in on
>asteroid 9969 Braille at over 15 kms a second, and is
>expected to flyby the asteroid at 9:46pm PDT Wednesday
>July 28 at some 15 klicks from the one-mile wide solar
>orbiting mountain of rock.
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>+ Encounter In Deep Space
>http://spacedaily.com/spacecast/news/deep1-99p.html
>+ Asteroid Named Braille
>http://spacedaily.com/spacecast/news/deep1-99n.html
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>ROBOSPACE
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>Scientists Prefer Robot Space Explorers
>http://spacedaily.com/spacecast/news/robot-99e.html
>Dundee - July 27, 1999 - In the thirty years since
>`men' were sent to the moon, advanced computing
>technology is allowing the development of a
>new breed of interplanetary explorers - not humans,
>but machines.
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>STUPIDTY IN HIGH PLACES
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>House Kills Space Science
>http://spacedaily.com/spacecast/news/nasa-99a.html
>Pasadena - July 26, 1999 - To celebrate the first
>lunar landing 30 years ago, a congressional
>appropriations subcommittee has voted to slash
>$1.3 billion from NASA's FY 2000 budget, with The
>Planetary Society's Dr. Louis Friedman warning
>various science missions now face the axe.
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