See Live Views of Dwarf Planet Ceres Friday in Slooh Observatory Webcast
Ceres from Dawn Spacecraft
March 5th, 2015
An observatory will celebrate the planned arrival of a NASA spacecraft at Ceres by streaming live images of the dwarf planet live online Friday (March 6).
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General Relativity at 100: Einstein's Famous Theory Has Aged Well
NASA's Gravity Probe B
March 5th, 2015
The famous theory, which Einstein published in 1915, remains the bedrock upon which scientists' understanding of the origin and evolution of the universe rests.
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For NASA, Dawn Probe's Ceres Arrival Will Cap Epic Solar System Trek
Raymond and Mase at Dawn Press Conference
March 5th, 2015
On Friday (March 6), NASA's Dawn spacecraft will slip into orbit around the dwarf planet Ceres. It's been a long journey for the probe and for the team of scientists and engineers assigned to the mission.
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Fastest Star in the Galaxy Has a Strange Origin
Hypervelocity Star Speeding Away
March 5th, 2015
The fastest-known star in the Milky Way is on a path out of the galaxy, and new research suggests it was a supernova that gave it the boot.
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Wet Mars: Red Planet Lost Ocean's Worth of Water, New Maps Reveal
Ancient Mars Ocean Water Illustration
March 5th, 2015
Ancient Mars likely once had an ocean large enough to cover 20 percent of the Martian surface, a fifth of the planet, scientists say. But over time, most of that water was lost to space.
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