Monday, June 09, 2008

Space.com News

Stowaways Could Ruin Mars Missions
Contamination of a Mars spacecraft might lead to a false detection of life.

MISSIONS/LAUNCHES
Astronauts to Add Camera Eyes to New Station Lab
Japan's New Space Laboratory Opens Aboard Station

SCIENCE/ASTRONOMY
Water on the Moon?
Future of Mars Exploration: What's Next?

RECENT HEADLINES
Phoenix Ready to Scoop Up Martian Soil Samples
Moon Dust Could Be Used to Build Lunar Lodgings
Astronauts Fix Space Station Toilet
High-Energy Jets Found to Do Black Holes' Dirty Work


COOL STUFF
Image of the Day: What's the Story, Morning Glory?
Scientific Blogging
NEW VIDEO: The Nail-Biting Landing of Phoenix on Mars
The Best (And Worst) Mars Landings
NEW VIDEO: Liftoff! Shuttle Discovery Rockets to Space

TODAY'S FEATURE
NEW VIDEO: STS-124 Mission Preview
Discovery's STS-124 crew prepares to add Japan's 'Kibo' lab to the ISS. Credit: SPACE.com/NASA/JAXA/AGI

MORE COOL STUFF
NEW VIDEO: Phoenix Speaks!
A European orbiter recorded this audio signal from the Phoenix Mars Lander during its May 25, 2008 descent. Credit: ESA/NASA/JPL/UA/T,A&M.
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