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Voyager 1 set to leave solar system after 35 years
http://www.latimes.com/news/science/la-sci-voyager-solar-system-20120908,0,6461750.story

we need more scientists!!

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As scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Cañada Flintridge marked the mission's 35th anniversary this week, they marveled that Voyager 1 was poised to leave the solar system — crossing the so-called heliopause and entering the vastness of interstellar space.

When that happens, Voyager 1 will become the first spacecraft launched from Earth to "leave the bubble," said former JPL Director Edward Stone, who still serves as a project scientist on the mission as a member of Caltech's Space Radiation Lab.
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sad news,

http://news.sky.com/story/983271/mars-fears-curiosity-will-contaminate-planet

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Nasa officials are hoping Curiosity does not find water amid fears Earth microbes have made it to the Red Planet, reports say.
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http://blog.chron.com/sciguy/2012/10/more-evidence-that-voyager-has-exited-the-solar-system/

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Something very, very interesting is happening with Voyager 1, the human probe that’s the very farthest from Earth.

New data from the spacecraft, which I will discuss below, indicate Voyager 1 may have exited the solar system for good. If true, this would mark a truly historic moment for the human race — sending a spacecraft beyond the edge of our home solar system.
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A colour close-up view of the thing that fell off the rover:

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why that foreign object looks like piece of plastic?
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It fell off the rover, so it IS plastic most likely.
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We haven't landed a man there yet and we're trashing the place already Smile
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What about this?

http://mars-one.com/en/
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i volunteer for this one way trip.
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MARS-1 sounds way too simple - can't be that simple.
And the cost of this would be "astronomical".
Smile
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AsmGuru62 wrote:

MARS-1 sounds way too simple - can't be that simple.
And the cost of this would be "astronomical".

time would make everything simple, Smile
like how in the 60s people travel from china to malaysia using boat, it took a whole month, now, 4 hours using flight.

somebody need to walk the first great step,

at least, i hope i could die on mars, Smile
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at first, i heard they said, it is something that gonna rewrite the mars history or so,

then they went quiet,

maybe backup some sensational chip for future sandy event.

btw, we are close to december 2012! Laughing
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Jupiter's moons Europa and Io

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http://www.unmannedspaceflight.com/index.php?act=attach&type=post&id=29530

this is absolutely crazy, awesome, fantastic, beautiful, magnificent!

imagine you living on Europa or Io, watching the sky each day is like beyond description.


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These moons have stable orbits for now.
However, there is no threat of an asteroid impact on the moon.
Because, Jupiter will suck it in its enormous gravity well!
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AsmGuru62 wrote:
However, there is no threat of an asteroid impact on the moon.
Because, Jupiter will suck it in its enormous gravity well!
I don't see how that works. If one of the moons is in the path of an asteroid heading towards Jupiter then I can't see how Jupiter will be able to steer it around the moon. Admittedly because the moons are much smaller than Jupiter there is less likelihood of an impact but it won't be a zero likelihood.
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revolution wrote:
If one of the moons is in the path of an asteroid heading towards Jupiter..


Impossible scenario. And even tho, if it happen, Jupiter will suck it in its enormous gravity well.
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