Monday, June 16, 2008

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Space Station Ready to Flex Japanese Robotic Arm
The space station's new Japanese robotic arm will flex its full length Monday.

MISSIONS/LAUNCHES
Shuttle Astronauts Wrap up Third Spacewalk at Station
Martian Soil Sample Clogs Phoenix Probe's Oven

SCIENCE/ASTRONOMY
How to Find Faraway Moons
See the Celestial Scales and the Scorpion

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COOL STUFF
NEW VIDEO: Phoenix Speaks!
NEW VIDEO: Liftoff! Shuttle Discovery Rockets to Space

TODAY'S FEATURE
NEW VIDEO: Space Station's Kibo Lab Opens for Business
Shuttle and ISS crew open the latest addition to the ISS, the Japanese Lab "Kibo." Credit: NASA

MORE COOL STUFF
NEW VIDEO: Digging on Mars
Scientists discuss the first-ever Mars arctic dig by NASA's Phoenix lander.
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