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Panel prods NASA to seek unknown planets. Jan 12, 1991 389
Space sciences '91: NASA looks for a brighter new year. Jan 12, 1991 1159
Maker, NASA blamed for Hubble's defect. Dec 8, 1990 394
Hubble still shaking despite software 'fix.' (space telescope) Nov 10, 1990 463
The mystery behind Triton's plumes. Nov 10, 1990 517
Mars: let it snow, let it snow.... Nov 3, 1990 279
Oljato revisited. Nov 3, 1990 191
Two new cometary molecules. Nov 3, 1990 117
The sandy face of Mars: astronomers ponder the awesome dimensions of Martian dunelands. Oct 27, 1990 895
Locating Uranus' auroras: painstaking analyses reveal an outer glow. Oct 20, 1990 905
Within a galaxy and outside a supernova. Sep 8, 1990 264
Magellan radio loss remains mysterious. Sep 1, 1990 357
Magellan: sharp images, startling silences. Aug 25, 1990 654
Radar-mapper Magellan orbits Venus. Aug 18, 1990 359
Five-year hunt locates Saturn's 18th moon. Aug 4, 1990 398
Shuttle may soon fly, but Hubble stays dim. Jul 21, 1990 615
Solving Hubble's double troubles. Jul 14, 1990 751
Tallying orbital trash: a debris-tracking telescope may ride the shuttle. Jul 14, 1990 937
Mirror defect blurs Hubble's vision. Jul 7, 1990 680
Shuttles grounded by two sets of leaks. Jul 7, 1990 409
Hubble: first light with a second eye. Jun 30, 1990 300
The diminutive domes of Venus: they look volcanic and may number in the millions. Jun 23, 1990 1356
Cold message from Mercury's 'hot poles.' (planet) Jun 16, 1990 489
Whistlers may sing Neptune's lightning call. Jun 9, 1990 399
Io's big sodium cloud looms even bigger. Jun 9, 1990 456
Hubble finally has the stars in its eyes. May 26, 1990 448
Straightening the magnetic tilts of planets. May 12, 1990 591
Antenna jam delays Hubble's first light. May 5, 1990 416
Episodic oceans: the waning and waxing waters of Mars. May 5, 1990 1167
Going for the whole moon: the Lunar Observer would study what other spacecraft missed. Apr 28, 1990 2014
Meteorites from the moon's lava plains. Mar 24, 1990 357
Triton's geysers: solar-powered scenario. Mar 24, 1990 264
From the earth to the moon with love: Japan translates its lunar fascination into a scientific mission. Mar 3, 1990 995
A chronicle of change: globe-watching encyclopedia pools diverse world views. Bibliography Feb 17, 1990 1142
Space 1990: launching a new decade of exploration. Jan 13, 1990 1546
Carbonaceous meteorites and asteroids. Nov 18, 1989 319
Phobos: moonlet of the pits. Nov 4, 1989 646
Galileo to Jupiter; gathering treasures on its loop-the-loop journey. Sep 30, 1989 1366
Neptune on the horizon. Aug 12, 1989 1030
Solar blast. May 27, 1989 1026
Listening for ET: what if the message comes? May 13, 1989 2967
Feeling the face of Venus. Apr 22, 1989 1426
Fantastic fortnight of active region 5395. Apr 8, 1989 525
Have Earth rocks gone to Mars? Mar 25, 1989 366
Here's looking at you, Triton - probably. Mar 25, 1989 246
Signs of old Mars: written in the dust. Mar 18, 1989 599
Radio twinkling in Venusian ionosphere. Feb 25, 1989 610
Solar-cycle peak threatens Max to the max. Feb 11, 1989 586
Shuttle scientists: an endangered species? Feb 4, 1989 463
A different view of Mars. Feb 4, 1989 803
The Martian atmosphere: old versus new. Jan 14, 1989 592
NASA 1989: suddenly it's 1986; readying some postponed science missions for launch. Jan 7, 1989 784
Sustaining the Uranian rings. Dec 24, 1988 418
Solar Max spots sixth sun-grazing comet. Dec 10, 1988 263
ESA plans probe for U.S. Titan mission. Dec 3, 1988 431
High expectations for Voyager 2 at Neptune. Nov 12, 1988 509
Hiding the atmosphere of Mars. Nov 12, 1988 266
Glimpsing the atmosphere of Pluto. Nov 12, 1988 357
Hexagon found around Saturn's north pole. Oct 29, 1988 489
Meteorites: quick change in a freezer. Oct 22, 1988 412
An act of Discovery: on the road again. Oct 8, 1988 626
Discovery; TDRS and other plans. Sep 24, 1988 299
Solid-ice volcanism on Uranian moons. Sep 17, 1988 557
Phobos 1: trouble on the way to Mars. Sep 17, 1988 327
Another delay for space telescope. Sep 10, 1988 369
Planetary perks: scientific fringe-benefits of Voyager 2's trip to Neptune. Sep 10, 1988 1751
Astronomers plan a month on the sun. Aug 27, 1988 393
Environmentalism in the space age. Aug 20, 1988 578
Farthest known galaxy. Aug 13, 1988 248
Back to the Max: the salvation option. Aug 6, 1988 821
Sun-grazers: a hot road to the end. Jul 16, 1988 571
Commercial space launchings scheduled. Jul 9, 1988 345
2001 and beyond: a space odyssey. Jul 2, 1988 782
Scheduling science aboard the shuttle. Jun 25, 1988 580
Evidence of an atmosphere on Pluto. Jun 18, 1988 402
Phobos: mission to a Martian potato. Jun 18, 1988 1850
NASA science plan: sharing vs. shootout. May 21, 1988 925
Seeking new worlds: more from 'Beta Pic.' (possible planetary system forming around star Beta Pictoris) May 14, 1988 543
The latest rung on the shuttle's ladder. Apr 30, 1988 391
The five satellites of San Marco. Apr 2, 1988 526
Rockfest XIX: getting around. Mar 26, 1988 804
Hawaii: a stepping stone to space? Mar 26, 1988 767
U.S. firm contracts for use of USSR Mir. Mar 5, 1988 613
White House presents space policy. Feb 20, 1988 751
Galileo's makeover for a long, hot journey. Feb 13, 1988 909
A rough road to the planets. Jan 16, 1988 668
More than just a spot: facing an asteroid at last. Nov 28, 1987 612
Signs of a 'something' circling star. Nov 21, 1987 714
Spacebound again: the mixing of the fleet; NASA's launch plans for 1988 and beyond represent more than just the shuttles' return. Nov 21, 1987 1743
Cosmos 1402's uranium remains. Oct 31, 1987 538
Sputnik 1 plus 30 years: the long and the short of it. Oct 10, 1987 649
Pluto: limits on its atmosphere, ice on its moon. Sep 26, 1987 997
Space station: more study = more money. Sep 19, 1987 671
Leaving the shuttle can be a hard trip. Sep 12, 1987 652
A bunch of little comets - but just a little bunch. Aug 29, 1987 1096
Ride report: the going, not the goal. Aug 22, 1987 815
Halley's whiskers: first space polymer detected. Aug 15, 1987 729
Government reins on private satellites. Aug 8, 1987 627
More momentum for Mars - and Martians. Aug 1, 1987 808
An inflatable U.S. $pace $tation. Jul 18, 1987 675

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